Saturday, January 23, 2010

Happy Pink Saturday

We are having a beautiful day here!

I'm still embellishing empty jars and will be gifting them with chocolates and candles for Valentine's Day.

Using leftover yarn to crochet tiny little hearts that I can place inside handmade cards.

Jingles always manages to find a bit of sunshine to brighten her day. Hope you are having a wonderful day wherever you are.

Peace & blessings, Tammy


Anonymous said...

Oh... I would love a warm sunshine filled day!! The sun is out this a.m. but there is still snow on the ground & it is in the teens!!
Jingles is the smartest!!

Jane said...

I'm glad you are seeing the sun in your part of the world. It is gray and dreary here but I will look on the positive side and know it will be a great day to stay inside and create. Love your little crocheted hearts.

Elaine said...

No sun here today...very gray and dreary. Is that the building you livein?

Jingles has the right idea. Yes My stray still comes. He is in a I write. I put him aour about eleven and at six he was sitting ouside waiting to get in. Miss T still chases him around...good exercise for her. Ha.
Have a good day. Hugs Aunt Elaine

Barbara Jean said...


Those little crocheted hearts for inside cards are a great idea!! Unfortunately, I only know how to do the chain stitch! =))

barbara jean

PS thank you so much for coming by and leaving a comment. Have a super weekend. =0)

Amy@TheLemonCottage said...

Love your jars!
You are just such a sweetie.

Rostrose said...

Wonderful pictures / wonderful pinks! Please send Jingles to Austria - perhaps she can find a little bit sun for us ;o)
Hugs, Traude

Anonymous said...

Oh I don't have any sun again today, but do love your bright ideas and pretty jars and hearts. I am making hearts for a banner. Happy Pink Saturday.

Unknown said...

Love the crocheted heart idea for inside a card. What a wonderfully pink day here. Soothes the soul. Wait is that Time in a Bottle... You and I must be the same age. WOW. Haven't heard this one in a long time.

Enjoy the rest of the weekends.

Vicki said...

Hello, Tammy,
I would like to stretch out there in that sunshine with Jingles! I am excited about the approaching Valentine holiday! I love hearts and everything associated with Valentines. Your sweet little crochet hearts will certainly make their recipients smile! Love the idea, too, of decorating the jars. You always have the best ideas! Happy Pink Saturday, kind friend, and enjoy your weekend! Sending lots of love your way! Vicki

Candy said...

Looking for a bit of sunshine...aahhh...
What sweet little hearts coming from your busy finger tips. And cute embellished jars are going to bring smiles to your friends and family.
Happy Weekend Blessings ;-)

DeeDee said...

I would love to be basking int he sun..we are riny and stormy and cold your littel crochet hearts....

Bettyann said...

We had a warm and sunny day here in vancouver canada cold..send some sunshine my way..

Martha's Favorites said...

Tammy: I love those little hearts. They are so cute. You are always giving something to someone. Good woman! Thank you for the kind words. I will be looking for you too! Blessings, Martha

Simple Home said...

The jars look wonderful and I love the idea too. Your little crocheted hearts are wonderful. I wish I could crochet :-) My mom used to, but her arthritis has made it too hard for her to quilt or crochet anymore. Still, I have lots of wonderful things she's made.

Unknown said...

Those jars are adorable! Those are some lucky folks who will be on the receiving end! :-)

Jingles looks like a watch-cat, LOL!

Have a blessed Sunday!

miruspeg said...

Hello Tammy
Love your header collage and your happy pink Saturday post.
We have lots of sun here in Australia at the moment, a little bit too much but we would be complaining if the sun wasn't shining.
Funny how one photo attracts more comments than the others. I am of course referring to Jingles.
Have a happy week.
Peggy xxx

Unknown said...

Tammy, Your pink Saturday is just wonderful. The beautiful blossoms against the arid climate are breathtaking. Going through your blog is so very inspirational for me because it reminds me so of my childhood. The beautiful bazars, brass, and rugs. The warm brown eyes of the children, sigh. What most struck home for me and tickles me so is that your home looks like my home did once back in America! How I just wanted an All-American home! Your kitchen made me smile - ah, American Pie all the way. Seeing how long you have lived in Kuwait, this is your permanent home? It is wonderful so see your friendships as well. A happy place to be! Enjoy Sunday! Elizabeth

GwendolynKay said...

Keep crafting! I love seeing what you are up to. miss you!

sherri said...

Cute little crocheted hearts. I need to learn how to crochet! Stay warm!

Anonymous said...

You are going to make so many people happy on Valentine's Day when they get your little homemade acts of kindness. I love the fact that you can make something out of very little.
Hope you continue to have a nice day, and tell Jingles that she looks as wonderful as ever in her pictures!

Love ya,

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