The rose bushes in my back yard are so beautiful right now and I have been enjoying their cuttings. This is my favorite rose in my garden. It is Abraham Darby and it is an Old World Rose. Isn't she lovely?
I had one peony that bloomed this year. She is the white one amongst the roses. They smell so heavely too!
I have been busy in my studio crafting away and created some lovely altered bottles that I bought at an antique store for $1 a piece. Some of them are old antique bottles too. I have six more to decorate and can't wait to gussie them up!
This one is "Tres Elegant" and oh, so sweet with lovley pink roses and glitter. She found a home on a tray on my dresser.
This is a fairy sprite bottle that looks old and vintage. I love how magical it turned out.
This is a tribute to the sea bottle because the music paper has words about how God made the sea. I love the pearls and the glitter on her.
I added a tiny seashell on to the bow for some sweet added detail. I think my bottles turned out so pretty!
And here is my grand piece I have been working on for weeks. It is a "love" banner for my fireplace.
I used some vintage music paper, tissue paper, chipboard, glitter, and tulle to make it. I just love how it turned out.
Here are some sweet eggs I made for my coffee table. I used old plastic Easter eggs and covered them with music paper, then added ribbon and roses for a final sweet touch.
These eggs are nestled in a sweet nest trimmed in lavender. It is just so sweet!I hope you have enjoyed my sweet pinks today. I didn't realize it until now but I used a lot of that vintage music paper and had a fun time with it. I hope you enjoyed my offerings and have been inspired to create some of your own sweet things. Thank you to Beverly for hosting another fun Pink Saturday celebration!
I hope you have a great weekend and a blessed Pink Saturday!
Blessings to you!