Monday, November 30, 2009

What's Red, White and Green all Over???


That's my sweet fella planting mums for me.

and here are the rest of
My Wednesday Treasures.


A variety of whites....

Miss Ava with the little tree i gave her to decorate.


A cool old white barn...
white and part of my outdoor Wednesday.


Soy candles in fancy glassware.
I make these so it is a brag too.
Boardwalk Bragfest =0))


Mini Pin Cushions
(another bragfest favorite,
and for sale at the store.)




Some really cool red now....

Don't you just love this old trike?
It even has a working bell on the handle.


This is grumpy.
He did not really want his picture taken.
(kind of looks like my fella sometimes.) =0)
Just kidding!!

Another red brag.
I make these little guys for different occasions.
I even have a sweet little gal in the kitchen with her cooking stuff.
I'll show you sometime.


"Whoa!!! Not so fast down this hill!!
Hang on everyone!"


And here's some more braggin', just for Jan.
(She loves it when I brag.) =0))
And oh, I almost forgot, I made the letter holder too.

Just finished this today.
It's a letter/card holder.

Gotta love that face.



I'm participating in all these wonderful events today:

26 comments:

Mary said...

Your hubby is so cute out there in the yard, Barbara Jean! He'd make a great Santa! Love all your wonderful white and red photos...especially your sweet Missy! And I love those soy candles in the glass dishes...how clever! You are very talented!!!

God bless,
Mary

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

Lots of fun holiday cheer!!!
Living it up at Lakewood,
Cindy

Hootin' Anni said...

you MAKE? those candles?!!!! Amazing. Loved all the wonderful photos you've shared.


My O W is now posted. Today a slide show of us attending the famous Texas King Ranchhand Breakfast. Come see a bit of 'history' if you can.

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Robin Ennis Willson said...

I love all the pics, but oh, what gorgeous pincushions! Have a great day!

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

The candles are so pretty and love the pincushions!

Thanks for entering my giveaway and good luck!

Manuela

Kammy said...

Cauuuuute pictures - love that letter holder !
Kammy

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Morning, Barbara Jean! You have lots of cute things today including your DH and your special little lady with that tree! How cute!

And I love all of your Christmas goodies, but I especially am coveting that trike! Where did you find it??? It's darling!

Happy Outdoor Wed. to you...

XO,

Sheila... who is also loving that barn shot! :-)

Tracey said...

Hi Barbara Jean! You have such a lovely blog here!! And so much talent going on! I love everything you've shared in today's post...you've wrapped a lot of great things into one great post!!

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog, they are very much appreciated!

:) T

Jane said...

What a fun post. So much red, white and green holiday goodness!!
Jane

ClassyChassy said...

Very cute bears - and the letter holder is darling! Such talent!

~~Carol~~ said...

Wonderful reds today! What little child wouldn't love that trike? And I love that card holder you made, especially with that birdie perching on the snowman's loooonnng nose! You're very talented!
Happy Rednesday!
Carol

Martha, Vintage Trifles said...

Hi Barbara, Good to hear from you! Yes, the clock cases were from Betty. I LOVE them! Wish there were more. Happy Holidays to you! M.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Oh, Barbara Jean, your reds are so cute! I love the little white pumpkins too. Happy REDnesday to you.

Blessings,
Sandi

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Great photos and that is a cute little girl with the tree!!!

daylily777 said...

Great Post! I love your bears.
Blessings,
~Myrna

shopannies said...

yes I must say you have lovely pictures here today love the vintage trike your sweet hubby who take the time to work for you as well the rest

Jan @ bobbypinsboardwalk said...

You have been so very busy. I LOVE your projects. The teddies are so cute and I had to giggle when thinking of them going down the hill so fast. The candles and pin cushions are so lovely and I love the little trike. You just keep on braggin' cause you are so good! Now I'm going to go do a bit of bragging about you!

Cass @ That Old House said...

Love those little lace pincushions! Very sweet, but not as sweet as that darling little girl and her tree. :-)
Lovely things -- you have major talents!
Cass

SueLovesCherries said...

I saw some red windows on that barn - you can't fool me!

You really made that bear? Unbelievable! It's so adorable! The trike is to die for! And I want to join that sled ride - haven't done that in many, many years!

Dawn said...

Your fella looks like he has the holiday spirit. What a great helper to have around.

I have an aunt and a sister both named Ava. They were the only ones I knew of for a long time. It seems to be growing in popularity. I've met several little girls named Ava the last couple of years.

Maybe Grumpy could hang out with my Little Miss Coduroy and he wouldn't be so grumpy!
Hugs,
Dawn

Mary said...

I love everything you assembled to share with us today. Your photos are wonderful. I hope you are having a wonderful Blue Monday.

Mary said...

I think I've fallen victim to my worst fear. If in my prior post I wished you a happy Blue Monday, Please forgive me. I can't even claim that was a senior moment. More like stupid better sums it up. Barbara Jean, I meant to wish you a Happy Outdoor Wednesday :-).

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos, Cute little girl and a great photo of the mum planting. I love those candles, they are beautiful.

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh Barb, everything is just wonderful....and those mini pincushions are PRECIOUS!! I hope that you're having a wonderful week sweet friend, hugs and love, Dawn

Vickie's Michigan Garden (my backyard) said...

Some great fun photos. The candles were pretty.
vickie

Lori E said...

You had a meme-a-thon here. Wow. I love your snowman letter holder. I forgot that you paint. Looks like you do a bit of every art/craft. Talented lady for sure. You should be bragging.