|this sweet delicate fabric of tiny pink rosebuds was my inspiration for this table. The napkin rings were a steal at GW for only 1.99 for six of them I don't need 6 but couldn't pass them up.|
|Anytime I get to pull out my pink depression glass makes me happy|
I found this chippy cake plate at a craft show it even had the little pink gems on it and the rust was free!
I pulled out my old faithful teapot and sugar bowl and creamer. My mother gifted me this entire china set for my fortieth birthday many eons ago. I love the softness to it.
|Don't know where this little set came from but I love the delicacy to it and the pink rose fabric helped bring out the roses in all the china pieces|
|Sometimes I amaze myself when I buy little feminine pieces like this antique napkin set if anyone knows me I am much more the tomboy than a girlie girl and this is maxed out in the bling department for me.|
Oops forgot the bling of the pearls and more pink beads
|I went to several stores this week trying to find real pink roses to use for this table and there was not a pink rose to be found not even at Michaels or Trader Joes or the dollar stores and that depressed me even more.|
|But it did make me happy with a pink hutch doesn't this make all of you Happy too?|
|I have the whole set of this bakeware except for a teapot that a fellow blogger had I can't remember who but I love this with all the dark pinks and chocolate browns.|
the layers of plates consist of two pink depression glass, a clear glass plate and my semi new pink dishes on top of pink petaled chargers