Tuesday, August 25, 2009

REDNESDAY!

A special thank-you to Fairy Davis for the red pencil graphic above! I have been so busy again this week! No time to post except for REDnesday and VTT - I'm sure things will slow down soon!

Here are two red flower vases. This red glass one is not marked.

This one is Mason's (England) Fruit Basket pattern.And - you can't have flower vases without a flower! Here's a nice red sunflower.

13 comments:

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Oh, how I love that sunflower. Just gorgeous. Really, all you need is ONE of those blooms in your vases!

Barb said...

Love your banner!!!

Thanks for hosting.
barbara jean

Barb said...

PS That sunflower is gorgeous!!

Julia said...

I HEART that sunflower!! They are like my mascots on my blog. :) Happy Rednesday.

Emma and Heidi said...

I really love your blog.
Your are welcome to vist our blog,my carrot pictures are on the joules blog to.
From Emma Sellears

Ruby said...

All your red is lovely but I like the Mason vase. I want a field of red sunflowers. Oh, WOW.!

I had trouble with Angela's link??

Robin Ennis Willson said...

I've never seen a red sunflower before. Everything is pretty. I've been looking forward to Wednesday to this all week :)
Robin

DeniseMarie said...

lovely post. I've never had a red vase..and you have 2. Love the Sunflower too. You always amaze me with the weekly change of your button. Love your blog and I love cherries too, haven't even shown them to ya yet.

Armchair Housewife said...

Rednesday snuck right up on me this week. I'm totally going to post, but it will have to be later in the day. :) Thanks and love your vases!

~*~Kate~*~ said...

So pretty!!! I love red!!thiessn

Angela said...

Not sure if your able to delete my link. It's not working now...boo hoo.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I don't think I've ever seen a red sunflower. How pretty. Love that fruit basket vase - almost toile looking. laurie

Dawn said...

I'll have some red for you for next week. Love that flowered vase. And the sunflower is wonderful. It's nice to see other varieties besides the yellow everyone is familiar with.
Dawn