Hello my fellow Pink lovin' bloggie friends! It's once again time for Pink Saturday, my favorite party to participate in, and I want to send out a BIG Thank You to our wonderful Hostess, Beverly @ How Sweet The Sound, she does an amazing job each and every week putting this fun pinkalicious party on!
This weeks pink post I thought I would show you some of my pretty prints I have of sweet Victorian girls either wearing pink, or holding onto pink things (namely roses), and a sweet Vintage rose print in a vintage pink frame...
First up, is my FAVORITE print of all; this is a true Vintage print I purchased several years ago while hubby and I were out Antiquing. This is not it's original frame, as it was a horrid thin brown frame. This frame was originally gold, but I gave it a few coats of white, and just love how it sets off the pretty roses.
This is a sweet Francis Brundage print, from the Old Print Factory, that I purchased several years ago. Isn't she just darling!
Here is another Brundage print, also from the Old Print Factory. I believe this print is called: "Sweeter Than the Rose". She is a sweetheart, isn't she :)
This print too is by Francis Brundage, and love how she appears to be looking right at you thru the mirror! This is truly a beautiful picture! It too is from The Old Print Factory.
This print is a reproduction I purchased on Ebay a few short months ago. I just fell in love with it, and who wouldn't with the pretty pink coat & matching hat, and those GORGEOUS pink roses she is holding onto!
And lastly, is the pretty Vintage rose print mentioned earlier. It's actually a vintage greeting card. The frame I purchased at my local Antique Mall, and it was already painted this wonderful shabby perfect pink! This picture hangs in my sewing room :)
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my pretty pinks I have for you :) I'll be stopping to as many of yours as I can to see what sweet pinks you have for us. And be sure to go see as many as you can too :) Have a great weekend, and a Happy Pink Saturday to everyone!
Warmest hugs, Brenda