Saturday, October 10, 2009

Beverly's Pink Saturday

The customer who ordered the green Christmas bowl, also ordered a mini princess pink bowl. I think it came out cute, I hope she thinks so too.


9 comments:

someplace in thyme said...

I know that lots of work goes into making these bowls. You did a great job and I am sure she will love it. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

Dotti said...

You are really whipping these bowls and baskets out! I'm almost inspired to dig out my package of clothes line and my strips and give this a try.

NICO Designs said...

The pink bowl is cute.

But I just spied Tom and you are right--he does bring a smile!

Mary said...

It is really very sweet. How could she not love it? I hope you are having a wonderful Pink Saturday.

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

What a sweet bowl! I am wondering how long it takes you to create one of these sweeties?

blessings
mary

♥Mimi♥ said...

Lovely Pink Saturday post and sweet blog, too. Woke up to a dusting of snow on the ground so even thought this isn't Saturday I really needed a boost! Today you made me smile...

Sorry, I didn't get to see everyone yesterday. I had important business. My 11 year-old grandson was playing football and he wanted Mimi to go to the out-of-town-last-of-the-season-game. THEY WON AGAINST AN UNDEFEATED TEAM! WOO-HOO! 35 - 17☺

Hope the coming week blesses you with sunshine, happiness and good friends.

Sweetwater Designs said...

I saw this on the run last night but came back for another look following the link you left on my blog (thanks for that sweet comment♥) I had no idea this was handmade~ it looks like a lot of work~ what a gorgeous vibrant pink.

heather fish said...

LOVE it... and my princessy daughter for whom I ordered this will LOVE LOVE LOVE it... it did not arrive yesterday but I'm hoping it arrives tomorrow to get to see it in person!

Look in the Nook said...

Just now getting around to check out all the amazing pinks. You did a wonderful job on the pink bowl. How could you not love it.
ENJOY!
~Jany~
Don't forget to "Look in the Nook"