Friday, December 5, 2008

Pink Saturday!! And A GIVEAWAY!!

This picture is My Pink for Pink Saturday hosted by Beverly at How Sweet the Sound. I picked the last pink hydrangea right before our frost hit yesterday. I found this pink and white crocheted doily at my local Goodwill this week, along with the beautiful embroidered cloth...and one of my pink spoon easels...
Pink roses on the beautiful knife...
Look at the handle of this knife...what a beauty!!
On the other side I painted Warm Winter Wishes
I will be giving this knife away...lets see, Wed. evening...so leave me a message on this post...
What would YOU do with this knife if you won it?
I don't quiet have this ready to sell...but I had to share it with you...
Can you guess what it is??? It's not just a spoon,
It's not another bookmark, It's not an ornament...
I'll let you know on Wed. when I pick a winner for the knife, that will give me time to fix it up so you will know what it is...

27 comments:

Cassie said...

What, I'm first...NO WAY! You are sooooo lucky to have that one beautiful hydrangea left! The knife is so pretty. I love the colors of course! The handle is swirly and pretty too!

Jennifer said...

Wow no flowers here, its 14 degrees.That knife is beautiful!Years ago I bought a ice bucket salt and pepper set and butter dish like this.I don't remeber the seller and she didnt sign it.This would match it though really well.Hugs,Jen

tam said...

I love hydrangeas and those are so pretty! Great give away too-enter this girl please! I think the handle of that knife is so beautiful and I like your artwork on it too! Great finds-the dollie goes perfectly with the flowers.
Have a nice weekend!
~Tam :D

tinkerverve said...

Your hydrangeas are just beautiful. I also love the knife - it's just so much fun. ...love the bookmark in the last post too! -

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

The cherries look great!
And I would love the opportunity to win that oh so pretty knife...

KJ said...

I love what you did with the knife. Charming and unique! Please include me in this generous Giveaway!

Thanks,
KJ

Connie said...

Well, whatever it is, it's also adorable, chickee!! I've never painted on spoons and not much on anything actually. Just a beginner trying to paint a rose. Hah......I'm gettin' better. Happy pink saturday and thanks for the compliments. Name is in the hat!!
Smooches,
Connie

Diane said...

Laurie, the knife is perfect! I can't decide which side I like best.
Your photos are always so beautifully set up to show all the good points of your work.

Diane

Betty said...

Oh, yes, please enter my name. The knife is as lovely as everything else you create...but then, you KNOW how much I enjoy your creations! What would I do with the knife? I have the perfect spot to display it...above an antique clock which I can see from my computer!

Romantic Living said...

Oh how lovely to see the hydrangea! Your work is beautiful and I just love what you do with the spoons.

Kelli

GABRIELA DELWORTH said...

Happy Pink Saturday!

Great painting on metal! Loved your PINK post! Would love some hydrangeas...

~ Gabriela ~

Melissa Wertz said...

Happy Pink Saturday. All of your work is pretty. Love the doily. The handle on the knife is beautiful. I can think of several things it can be used for. An ornament for the tree, display on a table or sideboard, a letter opener. I could probably think of a few other things as well.

Now for the spoon, I will just have to wait until Wed.

Diane said...

Happy Happy Pink Saturday, I sure love that knife, what a darling idea. The cherries are great too.
Hugs, Diane

Thru Pink Curtains said...

that would make a perfect centerpiece for a cake at a ladies tea! beautiful knife. have a happy week!

Stephanie said...

How cool...that knife is so pretty, and so is the spoon! You are very talented!


Happy Pink Saturday!

Stephanie

Recycled Rita said...

Hi! I think I would tie a ribbon around this beauty and hang it from the christmas tree and then after christmas I would put it on this quirky shelf I am finishing for my kitchen to show it off!
karen....
recycledrita.blogspot.com

The Joy of Nesting said...

What a wonderful friend you have been!! You have taught me that a spoon, fork, or knive are not just to satisfy my hunger for food for my body but also to satisfy the hunger for art my soul has!! :c) Now your knife would be so cute hanging on the wall above my desk,with your charms hanging on ribbons tied to it :c) Way to cute don't you think??

Pattie :c)
Mazatlan Mexico

Joy said...

The handle on that knife is amazing! I would love to be entered for the drawing.

Beverly said...

Laurie, I just love these. You have the best ideas.

Happy Pink Saturday.

TattingChic said...

What would I do with that knife if I won it??? I would display it proudly in my kitchen, of course! THat's what I would do! Isn't that what you're supposed to do with a knife like that!?! I can't wait to hear more about this cherry spoon!

CC said...

your blog is filled with so many beautiful things..and now bookmarks. How wonderful. If I should be lucky enough to win that beautiful knife..I have a small stand that holds a smally picture frame..thats where I would display it. BTW....the lovely spoon I won has a special place on my tree.
Thank you again..xx

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Wonderful PS post! And I ADORE that knife!! If I win it I will use it on NEW YEARS as it will go just perfect with my theme this year!!!! And then I will display it year round, as it is just too pretty to pack away!! ;0)

Big TX Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Omg, let me know about the cherry spoon!! I have to have that :) and count me in on that STUNNING knife give-away too! I am so bad about guessing stuff, but all I know is that spoon was made for my kitchen, so let me know when its ready!! ;)

Gorgeous work Laurie! and btw, your header is so cute!!

Hugs, Cynthia

She'sSewPretty said...

Laurie, Your silverware art is just gorgeous. That bookmark spoon below is beautiful. If I was lucky enough to win that knife it would go right on my buffet where everyone could see it!

Kathy said...

I do not want to miss this one. Wow, your knife is beautiful. I would mount it to black velvet and add silk ribbon embroidery embellishments.

LindaSonia said...

Think this knife is absolutely gorgeous. I sooo admire people who can paint. I would display this knife all winter long and probably beyond. Love it. LindaSonia

glimpse of my world said...

The knife is beautiful... If I won the knife I would display with my all my desserts for the morning Christmas breakfast .. it is fab!!

Ho ! HO ! ho!