Friday, January 13, 2012

More pinks for Pink Saturday, January 14, 2012!

Oooo...the 2nd pink Saturday of the year, and I've remembered to post.
Of course by now you've noticed I like dolls!
This adorable doll is a Bleuette friend, named Daisyette, in honour of the Daisy doll produced in 1911 by Ladies Home Journal. I purchased her last year, and she is made by Beth Golding, a very talented doll artist in eBayland.
Isn't her outfit darling?
It's handmade by someone in the USA but alas, I don't know her name, as this was a gift to me from Mary Martina at the UFDC convention in Anaheim, CA last July.
Beverly at How Sweet the Sound (link in my sidebar under Pink Saturday) suggested we post about another blog each Saturday. I found this beautiful one but can't remember where, and I was sure it was in the pink Saturday list but can't find it there.
It's one of those lovely blogland mysteries!
Anyhow, you must visit it.
This is the address: Shabby Cats and Roses
I just adore her pillows! Aren't they scrumptious????
This is my idea of pink heaven!

Each pillow is prettier than the last!

I hope she doesn't mind a bit of advertising!
Happy pink Saturday!


Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Love your Daisyette doll. Nice pillows and they are all darling. Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs Marilou

Katherines Corner said...

I love all of your pink pillows. The one on the top is my favorite! I enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog. Happy Pink Saturday! Hugs. P.S. I hope you will stop by and say hello and enter my Pink Poodle giveaway :-)

Connie Zink said...

I love your Pink Saturday!! Those pillows and all are darling!!! Connie

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Her outfit is just fabulous. Love the pink poodle. HPS and thank you so much for visiting. Hope you are having a fabulous weekend. ~

Shelley said...

Pretty doll and pillows..Pretty and Pink :)

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous! Happy Pink Saturday. I am now your follower.

My PINK is here. Please come and see.

Desire Empire said...

Lovely shots. I just noticed your great uncle William's photo. Isn't it lovely. They had such style in those days
Carolyn xx