November 21, 2008

PINK SATURDAY...Bring out the Christmas Fun!

I was rummaging around in my buffet, and
I spied a couple little Christmas trees that I
had made in Christmas' past...and since they
are PINK...(yah, right, what other color
would they be????)I thought I'd share them
today.





I love to buy these little cheapo Christmas trees
and cover them with ribbon.....





beads....


even some rhinestones!!






These are just made using styrofoam cones....








then encrusting them with pins & beads.....





earrings & buttons....








even bits of necklaces!!!!

I think they are just dreamy!!!






Of course, I didn't make these pink trees...
I just want to live here!!!!

Hurry over to
HOW SWEET THE SOUND
for more PINK dreaminess!!

HAPPY PINK SATURDAY!!

30 comments:

  1. I just love your decorated styrofoam cones!

    Victoria x

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  2. and buttons! I love buttons! you did a really nice job on these trees.

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  3. Oh my words, I love the button & bling tree!!! That is so pretty. If I ever get my house clean (doubtful), I'll have to try & make some of those! Happy Turkey Day if I don't get back over!

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  4. All your pink Christmassy goodness is fabulous! I love the beautiful encrusted trees!

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  5. Hi, Thank you for visiting my blog! I LOVE your pink banner! I can't wait until I have more time to come back and check out the rest of your blog (by more time I mean, I must go get a cup of coffee 'cause I'm freezing right now, and will probably grab a moonpie while I'm at it)!

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  6. What a fun way to use old buttons, jewelry , beads etc. Love it!
    I think I have caught your pink bug, I am going pink in our masterbed room this Christmas. I will show it off when done. The walls in there are already a color called Rasberry Parfait, a dark whiney pink, so it fits!
    Thanks for sharing the fun ideas.

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  7. So very beautiful - I'm with you; I'd like to live in the little village with pink trees!

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  8. Sorry I havent popped over for a visit for a while but I must say your blog is looking very pretty in her new clothes! Love your christmassy stuff too, esprecially the little house and trees!
    Alicia ~ time worn style

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  9. Love the button trees!I might have to try these!!

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  10. Oh that pink cone tree is stunning!

    Happy Pink Saturday.

    Kindredly, Lynne Laura

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  11. Love the button-trees.

    the little vignette at the end is so sweet - I love the little frosted bottle-brush trees.

    Happy Pink Saturday.

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  12. How fun...
    I love finding put away treasures!
    The styro ones with buttons are too sweet...
    Priscilla

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  13. Happy Pink Saturday! ENJOY your day! Fifi

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  14. Beautiful things, as always!

    Have a perfectly pink weekend...Kathy

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  15. I want to live in the forest of pink trees too! Love all the sparkles. Come for a visit.
    karen

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  16. OH M, I can't stand it, it is soooo cute! You have such a way of glitterizing mundane things and making them the loveliest works of art! I just love the little jeweled trees. I love them! I thought of you when I went to this one blog...you have just GOT TO LOOK...IT'S YOU...THE things you love too. http://sweetnshabbyroses.blogspot.com/.
    Scroll down to Nov. 17, I thought of you when I saw all this beautiful goodness!
    Have a blessed day!
    Debbie

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  17. What fun decorations! That does look like a fun place to live :0)

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  18. Button Trees!!! Yes..I love them and I love buttons.:) You have made some beautiful things. Have a great Pink Saturday and a lovely week-end.

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  19. Buttons...buttons who lost a button?? I certainly know whi found some awesome pink ones...how fun are these...
    Happy Pinkness
    Kindredly,EllenL

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  20. Oh they are certainly dreamy. That's the perfect word for them.

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  21. Ah ... yes pink dreaminess.... just beautiful.... love the buttons and jewels....
    HUgs
    Linda

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  22. I'd love to live there as well. I bet you'd love to live in Who-ville! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  23. i love these sweet little ornaments...they take me back to my childhood!

    hugs
    shelbi

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  24. You are most welcome!! I just love visiting your blog to find something new. The plates are gorgeous and thanks for the lesson on the word reticulated. I must admit I had never heard of that word until now. I love your trees too! I want to live in that village too! Got room for me and two cats? I'll put antlers on them if I have to. ;)

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  25. Thanks for sharing your pink trees! great ideas for inexpensive trees:) Julie (~~)

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  26. Happy Pink Saturday.

    I love your little button trees. I have always wanted to make one, but I never seem to get around to it.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Oh my gosh - I just LOVE those glittery, fancy schmancy styrofoam cone trees!! Did you make them? They are gorgeous!!!!!!!!! I also love the little pink bottlebrush trees!... Donna

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  28. I love the little button tree on the cones....very clever...
    Mo :-)

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  29. love the pink trees - did you paint them or cover them with fabric first?

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