Friday, May 4, 2012

Sharing some finds for Pink Saturday...

 Hope you will have a wonderful week-end !

A little while back I was blessed to spend some in Eufaula, Al.   Had a great time and did a bit of shopping.

This lovely lady is painted on fabric...no signature and am wondering if any of you have seen something similar and/or if you have any information you can share.

 LOVE this sewing basket.  Yellow is one of my favorite colors and this baby is in very good condition.

...and here is a wreath I put together using a few of the doilies found in Canton, Tx. along with other bits and bobs.

 Stop by Beverly's to visit more pink !

Thank you for stopping by and thank you for your sweeeet comments.   (())

17 comments:

Marydon said...

Francie, your lady art piece is gorgeous! I love it. And I LOVE your tea pot of last week ... awesome.

TTFN ~
Have a beautiful weekend ~
Marydon

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Now....don't tell me you drove all by yourself all the right out there. If you did....you are a hero to me. Wish I had the nerve! Heading to Leesburg later in May. A little girl's trip with my sis, sis in law and friend. I am going to take them to that little French restaurant in honor of you friend. HPS xoxo

Marti McClure said...

Hi Francie, sounds like a fun outing! I love the painted lady, and the wreath you created out of doilies is fabulous. Happy Pink Saturday. ~Marti

The French Hutch said...

These fabric paintings are lovely. I wish I could help you out but I'm not familiar with them. Great sewing basket. I love the size, room for all your things. Now, I adore the wreath, It is just lovely. Very creative. Happy PInk Saturday.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Sweetie...
What beautiful shares you have this evening. I am so in love with that gorgeous lady, and your sewing box is absolutely divine. The color and condition is mint. I can't believe that you find such a beauty.

I simply adore this wreath that you created with the doilies that you collected during your trip. It is so romantic. I love it.

Thank you for sharing sweetie. Have a beautiful weekend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Ms. Burrito said...

Sooo pretty! Happy Pink Saturday!

My Pink, I am also inviting you to link up with my color Connection meme.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I've never seen fabric art like yours- so beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Francie I love this! Pretty sweet pink touches.

Happy pink Saturday, Happy Derby Day and ¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Please stop by and enter my celebrate spring/moms giveaway.

Suzann said...

Love the wreath you made from the doilies..so sweet
Thanks for stopping by and visiting, come back again soon!!!
Suzann ~xoxo~

Michele said...

super pretty! happy pink saturday! xo

monah http://graciouscottage.com/ said...

Hi,
Love the yellows. Many talented people did not sign their work unfortunately. Did you check on ebay?
monah

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Francie, I like the soft sweet pinks you came up with. I always have a place in my heart for a vintage sewing basket, especially one that has been decoupaged. The fabric painting is unique.

Debbie said...

I always love the stuff you feature because our eyes are obviously drawn to the same kind of stuff.
My favorite in this post is that WONDERFUL sewing basket. Oh, I love that!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Francine, this artwork is gorgeous! Love the beautifully feminine wreath!
Kathy

Linda P. said...

Oh dearie me! Late I be! I actually visited a while back, but delayed my commenting. Ahem, I am back to remedy my omission. ; )

I love the picture of the beautiful lady and also really like your yellow sewing basket. Oh, and when I read that you used some Canton doilies in the fashioning of that lovely wreath, well, memories of Beauty in Blue revisited me. I also have doilies from Canton, and I have been doily-ating my house and trying to think of creative uses for them!

Love visiting your blog! Thank you for sharing your lovely items!

Marianne C. said...

I had no idea that bluebonnets could be pink!! They are lovely! And I live in Texas...

Blessings for a very pink day,
Marianne

Annesphamily said...

Your lady art is lovely. I am always happy to see what you are up to!