Friday, June 4, 2010

Pink Saturday and my new cloche!

Happy Happy Saturday, Pink of course! So I have been admiring cloches for some time now. Those and apothecary jars are my passion presently! I finally found some that I thought were reasonably priced and jumped at the chance to make my purchase at last!!!! Now, what to do with them, ha! Well I looked around to see what I already had because surely I must have something!

I found these pretty pink tapioca wood roses....
and then I found this vintage rose plate that I purchased at an estate sale...





and this is what I came up with...

my pink roses on a bed of shredded music sheets! And here's where it currently resides...

... with my apothecary jars of course, he, he! And when I change my mind I can easily change the jars and cloche! Seasonal perhaps? We will see!
That's my pink for today! Have a wonderful weekend and be sure to visit Beverly to see all of today's PS participants!
OXOXOX,
Jacalyn

Always have a supply of vintage music sheets...

28 comments:

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

So pretty...roses under glass...and I didn't know for a longtime that you called it a cloche! I've been putting stuff in jars and under glass for years just keep the dust off. I sure do like your new look...very pretty! I bet you cringed to see what was goin' on with my roses! Poor things, they dropped dead on the stem when they saw that chainsaw!

Roselle said...

Beautiful! I collect apothcary jars and cloches too. My pink post is about one of my cloches too. Come take a peek!
Roselle

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Jacalyn, I have been wanting a cloche, too..Have not found one that is affordable yet..love the roses, perfect..you did good!

Hugs and happy week!
Barb

Kath' said...

I enjoyed looking at all your pretty things. Its so peaceful and calming to look at prettiest I think. I needed that this morning. I will difinatly be back for more Show and Tell from you. Have a wonderful day. Kath'

Kath' said...

Hey I joined the Sisterhood. WHoo hoo
Sounds like so much fun. Kath'

someplace in thyme said...

I think what you came up with is a great idea. That is just so pretty. I have one of your lovely bars of soap from the SLS retreat and have it under a small cloche in the bath....very chic too. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

Nancy said...

What a great finish for all those elements. Happy Pink Saturday!

Mary said...

You are remarkably creative. The cloche looks amazing and your post is perfect for Pink Saturday. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

Secret Garden Cottage said...

Happy Pink Saturday!! I love your vintage plate and glass cloche...so pretty!!
Thanks so much for the warm welcome to PS!! It's been fun meeting so many lovely people.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!! Jo ~ :)

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Happy Pink Saturday! I am with you...I am also attracted to almost any cloche and apothecary jars I see. I love what you did with yours. Very pretty! I use mine for storage (see my studio solutions blog) of jewelry pieces, beads and lots of other things. Thanks for stopping by my post. Regards, Connie

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hello :) I am JUST starting to collect apothcary jars (I have 1), and Cloches (again 1 of those), and I really love them. They're so much fun to create vignettes with, and you can change what you have displayed inside :)

Have a lovely weekend, and Happy Pink Saturday!
Warmest, Brenda

nannykim said...

ohhhhhh, really pretty. I especially love those wooden??? flowers! I still don't have a cloche.....

http://spindlecottage.blogspot.com/

Ginger said...

I have been looking for a cloche too, but the ones I have found are kind of pricy. Love what you did with yours.

Ginger

LV said...

You did a remarkable job with all your little goodies for today. That is a very creative idea and looks so nice. Thank you for stopping by my place.

Sherry from Alabama said...

I love your arrangements. They look so elegant.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Kathy said...

I too love cloches. I passed up one massive one years ago and I can't get it out of my mind! I appreciate you visiting and welcoming me so sweetly to Pink Saturday!
God Bless,
Kathy

Maggie said...

Oh all your pinks are so pretty! I'm a sucker for dishes though so I think the plate is my favorite!!

Happy PS!

Maggie@
Do These shoes match this purse?

Deb Reed said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog to leave a quote. Can you imagine actually using a cloche out in the garden like a mini greenhouse?
Debbie

Esther said...

Hello and a very happy (belated) Pink Saturday to you!!

It's a very hot summerday in The Netherlands and I'm enjoying all pink posts in the garden! Love Es XX

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Oh how beautiful! I love the music sheets shredded. What a wonderful idea. It's great to be able to get ideas from one another. All you ladies are so creative. Need to find a hotel near Depew and Lancaster for the funeral of my dad. Was looking at Homewood Suites by Buf Airport. Do you have any suggestions where we can stay? Hugs~ Rita

Pat said...

What a clever idea!

Victorian1885 said...

Lovely post! Hope you had a great weekend!

Wanda

Lisa said...

How lovely! I like having things to make new arrangements with! Hope you had a great weekend!
Hugs, Lisa

Mary said...

Very pretty pink roses and displayed so lovely in the cloche!
Happy belated Pink Saturday!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Jacalyn! Wonderful pinks; love the shredded music sheets with roses under the cloche! Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Becky said...

Your cloche and roses are beautiful. Happy Pink Saturday!

CailinMarie said...

Really lovely - I love that you used te music notes to nest your roses. Really pretty-
Happy Pink Saturday a few days late ;-)
CailinMarie

Jingle said...

inventive and cute pink show!

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