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Friday, June 22, 2012

pink roses and old lace







It's Pink Saturday at Beverly's blog
"How Sweet the Sound".


I picked a wild pink rose this morning and as I chose a tiny
pitcher to put it in I thought I'd take a few pictures of my
sweet little china cups with pink flowers on them.





This tiny bisque doll is about 3 inches tall and I keep her in
this tiny cup so she won't get lost or broken.
She has beautiful blue eyes, rosey red lips and very pink
cheeks.  And no hair!  Poor Dolly.





As you can see Dolly is wearing a vintage lace dress.
She has posable arms too.



Dolly has the number 250 on her back.
I wonder where she was made and how old she is.
I am guessing she might be 100 by now.




Underneath these cups is a dresser scarf.
It is cotton and has embroidered pink roses on each end.
I use it on my dining room table right now.





This little cup is marked "Welmar"and "Germany".
It has different pink flowers around it and some embossing.
Very dainty and pretty.




This cup has no markings on the bottom.
I like it's sweet handle and pretty hand painted rosebud.




I have a beautiful bouquet of  soft pink Alstroemaria
on the table too.









I gave myself a fresh manicure with this pretty barely there
pink polish called "Mademoiselle".
I think it works with the pink theme for today don't you?



Wishing you a happy Pink Saturday.

If you like pink anything please drop by



Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have
a wonderful weekend!

Blessings,
Pamela

33 comments:

  1. I love your sweet little dollie...what a treasure! Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Perfectly Pink. I love your photos. You have such a good eye for finishing the picture. I do wish I knew all of your tricks. Have a grand weekend.

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  3. It all looks wonderful and fresh and summery, too! Your little dolly is pretty sweet. Glad that she hangs out in a tea cup.

    Thundershowers all day today... Rain is okay, but these all day thundershowers get old.

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  4. Very pretty. Dolly is adorable but I wonder if she ever had hair?! Happy Pink Saturday and have a great weekend!

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  5. Your pinks are lovely my dear, the little doll is so fragile looking, she must be fairly old. Your pink flowers are beautiful, my favourite colour!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  6. A very pretty post. The wild roses are a real treat, they look so delicate. The alstroemerias are a beautiful colour. The tiny doll is very interesting, and such a stylish dress!

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  7. Pretty, pretty, pretty. Everything about your post is so elegant and all pretty in pink! Must say love the pink nail polish, you have inspired me to give myself a little spa day......what are friends for right! :) Have a lovely pink Saturday and a great weekend. Diane

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  8. Hi Pamela! Oh, this is so pretty and romantic looking. Your little porcelain doll is so sweet! Poor thing...no hair! :) She looks so dainty and fragile. Your little tea cup is pretty too. Now your lovely flowers just look so beautiful on the table. Have a great weekend.
    be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  9. What beautiful pink treasures and your photography is wonderful! Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. Pink is such a cheerful color! The pink wild roses are blooming here as well. Such a wonderful scent. :)
    Hope you have a great weekend, Pamela!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  11. The little doll is so cute. I wish I could do more with my camera I need to take a class. Your pink post is "adollable"! Sorry that is so bad.

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  12. Hi Pamela, your dolly is so wonderful! What a beautiful little sweet thing for you to treasure. Happy Pink Saturday. ~Marti

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  13. That little doll is a doll! :). Lovely post.

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  14. Lovely things. I know some artists who would covet that doll. ;-)

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  15. I love your beautiful vignette with your pretty cups, roses, and the charming little doll. She's so sweet with her tattered lace clothes.

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  16. I love pretty dishes and you have some that are gorgeous. My maternal grandmother has some very nice things and I was lucky enough to receive some of them. I have since given some to my daughter and daughter-in-law. I love your photography and I really love your little doll. Your photos brighten my day, Pamela.

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  17. What beautiful photos here on your blog; would love to see your side of our country some day! Lovely vignette too... I think I need to crochet that poor miss a tiny hat! Thank you so much for your sweet comments and your visit to my blog. :)

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  18. I loved this, so pink, delicate nd tender . . .

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  19. So many pretty pinks and a sweet vintage dolly. Wonder if she ever had hair? I like the nail polish colour, just a hint of pink.
    Judith

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  20. Absolutely gorgeous! Happy pink Saturday.

    Come and see my PINK entry, when you get a chance, thanks!

    PS.. I am now following your blog, it would be delightful if you can follow my family blog too, thank you!

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  21. Lovely flowers..

    Visiting for Pink Saturday- hope you can stop by..

    http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/06/pink-swimsuit.html

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  22. Love the china baby and her home made lace dress. Darling. Richard from My Old Historic house.

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  23. Very pretty pinks, Pamela. And the old dollie is so sweet in her lacey clothes!

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  24. Pretty in Pink...
    Hope you enjoyed your weekend...

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  25. Is it possible that inscription says 'Weimar' (after Weimar, Germany and the short-lived Weimar Republic) ? Gorgeous Alstroemaria !

    Have a great week.

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  26. Pamela
    Your table looks so pretty in pink!!!
    I love your collection of china and your sweet antique dolly too.
    You have the most unique cups.

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  27. What sweet photos-I love Alstroemaria- do you grow these?

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  28. Your pink photos are fantastic. I love the way french manicure's look.

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  29. You shared so many wonderful pinks, Pamela! The doll is certainly a vintage treasure, and the Alstroemarias are beautiful! I also like the pale pink nail polish.. I usually use s similar color!

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  30. Your pink is sweet as can be! I enjoyed your summery pictures too. The fields are just gorgeous.

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  31. So pretty! I love the fragrance of wild roses. And what a sweet little dolly. I've never heard of Alstroemaria - they are very nice. I'm going to add them to flower list. Thanks Pamela!

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  32. The pinks are lovely! I love the soft focus!

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