Friday, July 25, 2014

Victorian rose cottage

Hello gorgeous friends!!!
I have been a busy bee this week creating new treasures for my
Shoppe and cleaning my little cottage! 
I don't mind cleaning a bit if it also means I get to redecorate....giggles!!!
I have been in the mood for Victorian Romance so that is what I am calling my new collection of pretties...
 I found these beautiful cameos while out and about shopping and I could not resist using them on this new Romantic Roses collection.
 This is my newest lovely Marie Antoinette ohh la la bridal boudoir creation!
 Romantic Roses French boudoir pretty in pink perfume bottle!

On to my cottage cleaning!
I am very thankful for my sweet little home, but sometimes I dream of having someone come and do the cleaning for me....
I am a thrifty gal, so I cannot really see the point of it and don't get me wrong, I am beyond thankful for the home God has blessed me with but every once in awhile some help would be nice.
Here is my little cottage all tidied up...
 I splurged this year and found a chandelier at lowes for a good price!
 I love, love, love Rhonda's Rose Cottage Designs Cakes!!!!
 A picture of my little China cabinet!!! I just adore pretty rose China!!!
Thank you for stopping by for a visit with me!!! 

Don't Forget to stop by The Pink Pixie Forest and sign up for her sweet crown making class Giveaway!!!
 Click here for the link.... Pink Pixie Forest Giveaway

This week I am partying with


Big hugs and blessings,

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Pink Christmas in July

Hello Lovelies!!!!
This week I am sharing a bit of Pink Christmas in July fun!!
I have already been taking custom orders for ornaments for some of my darling clients!
 These are some of  my fancy Victorian boot creations!!
 Loads of yummy trims and baubles! I even used old wedding dress pieces :)

This is a picture from my living room Christmas tree with pink and then the year before last with more whites!

These pictures are from my sweet friend Mel's Pink Christmas trees!
 A Ho Ho Ho from Mr. Pink Sparkle Pants!!!!
Have a beautiful blessed weekend my dear friends!
Thank you for stopping by and sharing in a bit of pink Christmas in July fun!!!!



Saturday, June 21, 2014

Kim's Shabby Chic Pink Palace Home Tour

Hello lovelies!
Hope your week has been fabulous!
This week I want to share with you my darling friend Kim's home from 
Kim resides in Australia and has a total passion for pink.
She is an absolute doll and loves to get creative with crafty projects and furniture makeover projects.
 Kim is an excellent gardener with a flair for cozy flea market fabulous cottage garden touches!
 Inside Kim's home she uses romantic pastel fabrics and paint choices.
Giving life to old furniture to fit in with her feminine whimsical color combinations.

 So many sweet pink and rose details everywhere!
I love it!
 Thank you for stopping by and taking a tour of my sweet friend Kim's Shabby Chic Pink Palace
(click here Shabby Chic Pink Palace to visit her Facebook page and see more of her precious projects and home decor pictures.) 
A huge thank you to Kim for sharing her love of Shabby Chic Pink romantic decor with all of us!


Hugs and sparkles,

Friday, June 6, 2014

Shabby Chic Rag Garlands

 Hello my sweet and beautiful friends!!
I hope you all have had a lovely blessed week!
Today I am sharing with you one of my favorite projects.
I absolutely adore fabrics and laces, but sometimes the question is...what to do with all your pretty extra linens?
 A Shabby Chic rag garland is the perfect way to repurpose some of those old linens that are extra and even have a little tear or stain that make them somewhat unusable.
To make a rag garland simply cut a long piece of ribbon or twine.
Then cut your old lines the length you would like your garland to me and tie them onto your ribbon.
You can make long ones or short ones depending where you would use them.
I love to use mine on my mantle, above mirrors, flea market booth, etc!
 This is a Shabby romantic garland that I tied in with tulle, lace and ribbons!

Happy crafting my darling friends!


Hugs and sparkles,

Friday, May 30, 2014

Garden Art

 Hello my darling precious friends! 
Well, this week I have been out in my garden! 
In my backyard I have many rocks and cedar trees, so I have to get very creative with everything. 
I had a sweet lady give me several pots of hostas so I decided to create some little shade gardens.
I added rose plate garden art to mark the spot of my new creations.
My sweet little fairies helped me create this cute garden sign...
"God rest your love upon this garden"
 I nailed an old shabby post to the tree and topped it with this pretty rose plate hung from a plate hanger attached to the post.
 I am hoping the hostas do well in their new garden home and they don't get eaten by the deer.
God bless you my sweet friends and have a beautiful week!
Big huge hugs and sparkles,

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