Wednesday, February 9, 2011

It’s Rednesday again !


It is a wonderful Red Wednesday over at Sue’s blog again!

It’s A Very Cherry World

So I decided to share some of the wonderful Valentines I have gotten in my swap!

I took this idea from Elizabeth over at Creative Breathing….wonderful way to show off some of my goodies, all of them wouldn’t fit!!!!


See that little gut on top?????


and this one????


These came with my sweet Valentine from Elizabeth, they are know as “Cherries on Top” LOVE THEM!!!!! You can also see the wonderful Valentine she made me. :)

And this is the Valentine I received from Nan ( Retiring in Alaska )…


Just adorable!!!!!!

Debbie Valentines1

This little sweetie came from my buddy in Parma, Ohio, Debbie ( Kitten Creates)….she used a real vintage valentine here!!!!!

Linda's Valentine 2 (1)

This is from Linda Freeman ( Lambsworld) , We both used Bingo cards… the sewn pocket!

Tamera Valentine 1

And this one was from Tamera ( The Stone Fence Cottage) this is so cute….look how it opens up to more vintage Valentine goodness….

Tameras Valentin 5

I so aspire to become as an accomplished paper artist as all of these gals are…. I still have a few more to share next Rednesday! I still have Deb and Betty and Joyce and Nan E and Janelle….Paula, Allison, Patti and Viv…..

Oh….and my birthday Tulips……INCREDIBLE!!!!

Birthday tulips first day 2

Birthday Tulips First Day 3

Birthday Tulips 1Brithday Tulips 2

They are just about done….but I have so enjoyed them! So come back next Rednesday and see the other fun Valentines I have gotten from the rest of the talented ladies I swapped with! :):) Thanks for stoppin’ by…..


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Sandy Sweetie...
What a beautiful share today. I love all your wonderful Valentine's of love. How beautiful and unique each one is. So much thought and time put into each. Very lovely.

I love the cherry on top. Now that is just stinkin cute. Love cherries.

Your tablecloth stole my heart as soon as your page opened and I saw it. To heck with the Valentines that tablecloth had my heart. Love, LOVE IT. Thank you so much for sharing it with me today.

I hope you are well sweet friend. I am home sick with bronchitis, and it has backed in my left ear. I am hoping to go back to work tomorrow. We shall see. A rough round of this stuff.

Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Laura said...

What beautiful Valentine's! Those little "cherries on top" are too cute!

Happy Rednesday,
Laura and Michele


So many awesome Valentine's!! Each one is just great! Love your birthday tulips!

★Carol★ said...

So many talented ladies, and you're on of them too Sandy! Thanks for showing all of the valentine love you received!
Happy REDnesday!

Unknown said...

Super Yeah Sandy! You found the cupcake stand. You will absolutely have the most fun displaying your vintage treasures on it. What wonderful Valentines you have been receiving. We all adore you so very much Sandy! I am so glad you met Renee of My Vintage Mending. Another Primary Girl to love! What a happy visit! Happy Birthday! Elizabeth

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The tulips are my favorite red!


A damsel who loved shades of red
Discovered she’d been sore misled;
She had no more rose,
Nor blush for her nose—
If she finds the thief, the guy’s dead!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Poinsettia and Fountain

Kit said...

What a lovely bunch of Valentine's! Everything is so pretty. Kit

Nan said...

Oh those Valentines are so darn cute.

Unknown said...

Happy Birthday Sandy, sorry I missed it. I hope you had a wonderful & blessed joy filled day. Nothing like spring tulips to bring joy to one ... yours are beautiful.

And, look at all those gorgeous cards ... what a lovely variety ... I found one from Harold's grade school ... memories.

Happy Valentine's, my friend ~
Have a beautiful day ~
Hugs, Marydon

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Oh my goodness...what a Post full of beautiful goodies!!! I loved looking at all of them.
I'm so sorry I missed your birthday, Sandy. Sounds like it was a pleasant one. : ) I clicked on every single one of your childhood birthday pics so I could see all the details. I thought your brown couch was completely awesome. The young gals today would LOVE it. : )
You asked about the valentine fabric. I shared on that Post that I got the fabric a while back at one of the MANY used stores I visit and it was in some odd package already cut into. : ( So sorry I can't help direct anyone where to find it. There was very little. I would like more of it, too.
Mary Lou

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Hey...a question for you, now. Where did you get your cute little stacked paper suitcases in your craft room? They remind me of Mary Engelbreit. So cute!!!

Mimi said...

I LOVE TULIPS, quite possible my fav flower!!!!
Your vintage looking Valentines are so cute, where did you get those?????
That is so awesome about your Dad bing in the Calvary and his love for horses and your love for horses, I really am scared to death of them, but as I get older I tend to face my fears instead of running from them, so I do have a GREAT LOVE for these gentle giants.
Have a blessed day
we do need to plan an AZ blogger luncheon soon, something simple and not real expensive, even Paradise Bakery would be fine with me!!

Betty said...

Oh! You received some wonderful Valentines. I can't get over the one from Stone Fence Cottage. They're all so cute and I love E's cherries!

NanE said...

OK, that does it! I have got to find one of those white cupcake stands too! I have a silver one that I actually use for cupcakes but I like the idea of using them as a little display! I love all the valentines you received, so fun and creative! I hope you have received mine by now! Have a great weekend, xxoo, Nan

My Vintage Mending said...

Sandy, I have just had the most fun going over your previous post. What wonderful vintage treasures you have. Love the irmi and the great red detailed kitchen treasures. Your stories are very inspiring. Thanks so much for sharing. I look forward to your future post...Renee

Cherry Chick said...

Hi Birthday Girl! Your Red tulips are just wonderful. They looks so perfect in your kitchen. I hope you have had a fabulous Birthday week so far.
What a darling collection of Valentine's you have. I'm sure each and everyone of them is special to you in their own way. Your display of all your hearts, gifts, and cards just makes me smile.
Thank you for the offer to Be my are so's just a tough time of year for me. I love the month of February, usually!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous Tulips and the most wonderful cards!!! That's a perfect combination. Did I miss saying Happy Birthday? Well I sure wish you a wonderful year of bliss!

XXX's...Tracy :)


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