Friday, February 5, 2010

Toolin' Around in PINK

Where does the week go? Pink Saturday seems to creep up on me faster than ever before. I think it is the Taking Care of a Toddler Syndrome. Don't get me wrong, I love my Sweet Dear Bebe... but my days go by in a flash.
But we do go shopping. It's fun to get out and she's so good when I'm in a store.
Recently I came across a new bakeware set in you'll never guess.... PINK!

It took me about 2 seconds to decide it was going into my shopping cart. I think brownies are going to be absolutely delicious in the pan on the right. They're not antiques but maybe I can pass them on to Dear Bebe some day.

And who wouldn't want to go toolin' around looking for antiques in this cutie? It's the "Open and Close" car from Fisher Price. Dear Bebe received it for Christmas from her older Sister. It is so cute. The horn beeps and then a song plays. Too perfect not to share with my favorite pinkies!

I usually like to show my latest antiquey finds for PS. There really isn't too much from my latest inventory that will work this week. So this Victorian photo album is a stretch...but it is sort of pink.

And this royal sash really isn't pink at all but red is a form of pink at some point, isn't it?

Wink wink.
For more pinks ... tool on over to Beverly's blog at How Sweet the Sound. She hosts this every Saturday!


Anne Fannie said...

I love your pink bakeware! I would have bought that too!
Happy Pink Saturday!

Unknown said...

I want the pink bakeware! Love your Pinks. Happy Pink Saturday. Don't forget to visit me. It is your only chance to enter my giveaway.

Lisa said...

Cute car! Love your bake ware!! Enjoy!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Lisa

ItaJeff said...

I love your pink bake ware
Happy Pink Saturday

Betty said...

The pink bakewear is a great find! Very nice post. Happy Pink Saturday.

Terri Morse said...

Hi Jillian! I'm still working my way through the list. That Victorian album is beautiful. What a terrific find. I don't think I could have walked away from the pink cook set either, and the red sash is lovely. Satin truly is royal, isn't it? You must be close to my neck of the woods. We were slammed with two feet of snow here! Oh well, it makes the house brighter inside, which is great for photography! If you can, I'd love for you to come by for a visit. I forgot to sign up this week, but I posted anyway. You can find me at Have a great week!

GwendolynKay said...

Love that victorian photo album...very shabby chic.

Anonymous said...

I do not know where the week goes, I'm still trying to work it out!