Pink-a-li-cious cherub lamps ...
*** Thank you Miss Beverly for our PINK SATURDAY'S
... we so appreciate all you do for us. Please pop by to visit
all the other lovely PINK participants @
Our PINK teacup table lamps that we make ...
Our PINK Madeira vintage hanky lampshade adorned with
feather trim ... I love Madeira embroidered handkerchiefs ...
Our PINK rose teapot that inspired a teacup company to
actually make teapot lamps after they spoke with us ... what a
lovely PINK compliment to our business ...
Vintage PINK lady napkin holder. Most were created in
the 1950s, in Japan. Don't you just love the wee ones
peeking out the side of her PINK skirt. Her PINK hat
is a candle holder. These are very pricey nowadays.
They were very popular, often the skirt would hide a
toothpick holder ... from when cloth napkins were still
in vogue at each meal.
And, my final PINK is a PINK Md. lottery ticket, that of an Arizona PINK lady who SWEARS she NEVER wins ANYTHING ... big or small, sometimes small is better than none at all. I did chuckle when I read the numbers the day she left for home.
(Just found it tucked away in some papers set aside for her ... enroute, sweet sis!)