Friday, January 2, 2009

My Pink Saturday....

Happy New Year, friends! Today I have a beautiful PINK Ballerina painted by an artist that lives in a gorgeous renovated 1915 bungalow home in the Winnetka District in Dallas. I thought she was just gorgeous when I went on a Home Tour in the district, so I'm sharing her with you today! Please watch my Home Tour remix below to see more details of the gorgeous homes I viewed in Winnetka Heights.
Thanks to our lovely host, Beverly, at How Sweet The Sound to visit all the participants for Pink Saturday! Suzie

10 comments:

  1. Happy Pink Saturday, Susan.

    That is a gorgeous piece of art. Thanks for sharing the tour with us.

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  2. She is beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Day.

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  3. hi suzie! thanks for stopping by my blog and entering my giveaway. happiest new year to you!

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  4. My first pink Saturday... Happy Pink Saturday!

    Beautiful ballerina!

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  5. Happy New Year and Happy pink Saturday! What a lovely work of art - thanks for sharing it with us today! ~ Robyn

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  6. hey your background is pink too ! LOL

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  7. Hi Suzie--I don't know how I've missed you on other Pink Sat.!!! I was so busy this fall with the sales I do, I just didn't visit PSat people like I should! Anyway, this picture was just lovely--I have a real love for ballerinas as my daughter spent several years in ballet---I watched a lot of Nutcracker Performances!!:)
    I also looked at several of your more recent posts--I love your blog and will return to read more!
    Thanks for listing me on your "giveaway" section and thank you for visiting and leaving a comment on my 100th post! YOU are officially in the drawing, you lucky gal, you! :)
    Dana

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  8. Happy Pink (a little late...okay...a lot late) Saturday Suzie. Love the pink ballerina. I gave my little grand-daughter a custom made pink tutu for Christmas just for fun. She twirls and twirls. :)

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  9. hello Suzie...love the ballerina, it reminds me of my grand daughter. She collects them in any form. She is so girly, girly.

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