Friday, June 26, 2009


These are my fairies who live on my ...well...I guess you would call it a garland.
This garland is hanging between my bedroom and my dressing area.
I put a Christmas garland there a couple of years ago and I liked it so I restructured it as a non-seasonal fairy thing. My husband hasn't actually noticed that it exists. He isn't really aware of his surroundings. It is one of his plus side attributes.
Go to Beverly @ How Sweet the Sound for more Pinkies.


The French Bear said...

I just love fairies!!!!! They are beautiful!!!!
Margaret B

Housewife Savant said...

I'm gaga for garland.
Search it on flickr and drool...

stefanie said...

so cute, you can keep those up all year.

maidenshade said...

Happy Pink Saturday. I love faeries and your pink post - how perfect for today.

Your blog is so lovely. It is such a pleasure to get to know you and see you around the blogs.

Warm Regards,

♥Mimi♥ said...

What a sweet Pink Saturday blog post! There's just something about the color pink that brings out the best of everything☺

♥Have a wonderful weekend. Finally warm and sunny here, hope your neck of the woods is just as pink-a-licious as mine♥

Mary said...

What wonderfully whimsical fairies. They are charming. Thank you for sharing them with us. Have a wonderful weekend.

Just Breathe said...

Great way to display them since fairies do need to be up in the air fluttering around us.

icandy... said...

I'm in love with this place! :)

Say Anything Notes said...

just visiting from sits!!! Ha! he really didn't notice! i love that. mine, well he picks out everything with me almost, i love that too. but there's something about him not noticing too that's is appealing ;) love the fairies!

Claudia said...

Those fairies are wonderful! It helps when husbands don't notice, doesn' t it? Happy Pink Saturday!

Florida Sue said...

Ha ha. That's right, it is a bonus when they don't notice. As long as they are sufficiently awed when you point things out, it works beautifully. Love the faeries.

Marina Capano said...

Just Beautiful post!
Happy pink saturday!!!!
If you wanna learn more spanish so, yo voy a seguir escribiendo en español.
Yo estoy estudiando ingles hace dos años, en la escuela no me gustaba, y ahora me encanta, por estos dias leo mas en ingles cada dia, que en español. Puedo leer bien pero aun soy mala hablando y escribiendo!
tengo muchos errores!!
Bueno Lynn espero puedas entenderme. Yo vivo en Argentina, y nosotros tenemos un español propio, muy diferente al resto de los otros paises de lengua castellana. pero yo por mi trabajo en la tv puedo escribir en un castellano mas neutro, que es el que uso para trabajar!

I hope you soon!


Lynn said...

Yo estoy espanol por trea anos, pero yo aprendido mucho quando yo encenyado los ninos tienes ocho anos.
You habla "nino espanol"
Por ejemplo:
guaca tela

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Your pink fairy garland is adorable! What a clever idea!

Thanks for sharing! Enjoy your weekend!


Vickie said...

First I have to say that your header is so creative!! I love it!

Love the fairy garland idea. Another creative idea!

I see on your sidebar a button for vintage clipart...gotta check it out!

ps. Thanks for stopping by:)

Barb said...

Hi Lynn,
Thanks for coming by. I so enjoy your visits.

My store is here in Eugene, Oregon.
Not really very far from you being in California.
Not like you are in Florida or anything. =0)

I'm putting quite a few things from the store on my new blog, so keep an eye out there if you see anything let me know.

blessings, and have a great Sunday.
Barbara Jean

Bellamere Cottage said...

I'll say AMEN to the hubbs who doesn't notice the stuff we'd rather they didn't! :-) It's so much easier to zip in some of that girlie stuff....

Your fairies are darling. Did you make them?


Beansieleigh said...

Hi Lynn! These are so sweet! Love the colors.. and the way you've displayed them is inspiring to me! Very Pretty! Happy Pink Saturday, and hope you're enjoying your weekend!

Nancy @ La Chambre Rose said...

He hasn't noticed in two years? Just like my husband, too funny. I bought two pairs of shoes, three sweaters, and three camisoles when I finally was released from captivity in the mountains to go to New Orleans.

I really should NOT have spent the money. I spent hours before arriving back home trying to come up with a story to explain my excesses. No need. He hasn't noticed! And, one camisole is bright yellow. I try to stick to black and cream so everything always looks the same, but needed a pop of color. No response.

I'm wondering if he would notice if I was gone!

Still visiting around for PS. Have a happy week.