Pink Saturday

So...if any of you 'pink lovers' are in the mood for a new home, Mary Kay Ash's Pink Mansion is for sale in Texas...for just under $5 million dollars. Think of the Pink Saturday photo ops there!

Back in Indiana, these are my contributions to Pink Saturday...not nearly as heady as the mansion featured, but they are mine!
This is one of my favorite little tea pots...it just holds two cups, but it's perfect for a pre-work cup of tea.
A pedestal plate (sitting on an attached teacup). This is one I purchased from Tina at Cherry Hill Cottage a few months back. It comes with a glass dome. The strawberry (not real, but doesn't it look yummy?) is a gift from my friend Mary.
A small butter pat plate...I'd like to find a few more.
Ribbons...one of my favorite things.


Anonymous said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Teresa.

All of your pink makes me smile. I love all of the pink ribbon stacked and under the cloche.

Maybe we should by the mansion and start getting together for Pink Saturday. I'm sure I have enough money in my change purse.

Vee said...

I don't consider myself a fan of pink, but I love each and every one of your photographs. Oh wow! M.K.'s house is beautiful. Maybe if we all chip in, we can purchase it for fun bloggy times together. ;D

Anonymous said...

I didn't know what pink Saturday was but I do now! Pink is one of my four favorite colors. I like it because it screams "happy." I'm a huge fan of ribbon too, so, of course, the ribbon photo is my favorite.

Anonymous said...

I love all your pink goodies! Happy Pink Saturday to you...


Such a lovely collection of elegant photos!

Dawn said...

Oh, only 5 million for that house. It's a steal LOL!

I just love the way you display your ribbon. It's so pretty.

Happy Pink Saturday!

Take care,

Unknown said...

Oh, I just love the ribbon on display, wish I could afford that mansion! Happy Pink Saturday. Karen

marianne said...

oh, what a bargain on that mansion - would make a lovely weekend getaway spot!! ;) heh, heh,

you have a lovely collection of pink treasures, just lovely. have a great Pink Saturday!

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Tersa!

What a lovely post for pink Saturday! Such pretties!


CONNIE said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Lovely pink treasures.

nanatrish said...

I love your pretty pink things. I would love to look in Mary Kay's house, wouldn't you? Please drop by my blog I left you something a few blogs ago. Later,Trish

Anonymous said...

Love you pink post today. The teapot is sweet and the strawberry on the rose plate looks good enough to eat. My best pick is your ribbons under under glass. Clever and so pretty. Love that pink!


Anonymous said...

may i please have a serving of ribbon? too cute!! have a sweet pink week!!

Cottage Rose said...

Oh Tersea I love your pink dishes. That tea pot is to die for. I love tea pots and tea cups. That strawberry looked real. All that pink ribbon is very pretty. Don't worry I love your things, better then the big ol' house in Texas.

ps. I live in Indiana also. how cool

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Teresa Love all your pink dishes and tea pot. The pink ribbon display is beautiful!
It was nice meeting you on Pink Saturday!
Love, Ann

Anonymous said...

Mary Kay's mansion doesn't hold a candle to the fine pink items you so kindly shared today. I see I am not the only one who loves your ribbon display beneath your cloche!
Hope your Saturday was filled with Pinkness!

Anonymous said...


I love all of your PINK pieces! They are all beautiful!

And the Mary Kay Mansion! Isn't it BEAUTIFUL! I would love to see it!



Mya said...

Love your pink things. The cloche with ribbons is wonderful. I think we should all go together and bid on the lovely house. We could make it a pink retreat. I have a buck fifty to throw in how about you? Happy pink.

Rue said...

Good morning Teresa :)

If you go here...


and scroll down, I think you'll find more of the china pattern your looking for that match that butter plate. It's in an antique store in Sunbury, OH :)


Margie said...

All your *pink* things are wonderful, but I especially love how you have your ribbons displayed! How very clever! I also love your banner using the old cups! We just "inherited" my husbands grandparents set and I have them lined up on the kitchen windowsill to hold my cut zinnias from my garden!

Gone said...

Hi Teresa,

Thanks for the comment you left about the Pink Ladies when you visited on Saturday!!

I'd recognize Mary Kay's mansion...I was a MK consultant for nearly 15 years!!! It's just a beautiful place.

I'd also recognize the Theme of Paganini that was the THEME music for Somewhere In Time...my all-time favorite movie!!!


Did you have a chance to sign up for our Birthday Party give-away yet?

Shirl said...

Hi Theresa, I'm still making my Pink Saturday rounds, your pink post is so pretty, I love the plates and the strawberry looks so delish! What a cute idea to stack the ribbon under the cloche. I have to come back and read your blog it looks beautiful!
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

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