Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Red & Red Part II

This is part 2 of the previous blog, after posting it, I went in and....sliced me finger, RED blood everywhere...I'm thinking...ummm maybe I shouldn't have made a blog about RED. Then I was trying to figure out what to do...after all, this is my day off. Cant do much with a finger that wont stop bleeding...so I started to look around at all the the RED that I have...I love this picture I did of the coffee bears.
I have a set of the old nesting bowls, each a different color.
I bought this LITTLE old wagon at an antique shop in Vail, CO years ago, it is one of my most favorite antiques...I love my little red sewing machine!!
Oh, I have this old red plastic silverware try, not sure what to do with it.
I bought this at a thrift store a couple of years ago, I wanted it for painting...its on my flickr painted in watercolors, It USE to be up on top of my bookshelf...glad I took it down after I found out the kitties could get up there!! Now, scroll down so you can see what started this whole red day! LOL

5 comments:

Auntie Joy said...

Hi Laurie,
It is called Blackberry Junction I will do a post later this week about it and it starts Friday AM and goes everyday for 2 weeks... There is tons of stuff!! The paper is a free download a baby book...
JOY!

Sugar Bear said...

I love using red accent colors.
Karla

Esther Sunday said...

Well, sorry about the cut, but we lucked out cuz you posted so sweet things! What a find that red vase was! I love it, very unique. Your watermelon pic below is so cute! You just have lots of talents! Love, Esther

Alison Gibbs said...

Ouch- hope your finger is ok.
Red always looks so vibrant.
Oh those kitties of yours are naughty.
I think my favourite red piece you have posted about is the little sewing machine - so sweet.
Alison

Stephanie said...

Hi Laurie! That little red wagon is just the cutest thing I've seen in a looong time! Love all the reds ~ I've got a RED dining room!

Poor sweet kitties!! The good Lord must be keeping watch over them to keep them safe!

Big Hugs,
Stephanie
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