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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Bunnies and Roses

I found the prettiest bunnies with 
rose head bands on a blog 
I enjoy reading.

Kerry Anne is the talented lady who draws and
shares her lovely animals.

Shabby Art Boutique is a great site,
pop over and check out all the "pretties" there.

How pretty is that bunny face?!

I printed out the four bunny faces and one rose,
and then I trimmed them up.

I decided to mount them on white doilies 
with small, round, crepe paper rosettes.

The round crepe paper rosettes can be used 
for many projects.....and they are quick to make.

Begin gathering and folding the crepe paper 
into a circle....

......fold and gather....

....I usually fold about 11-12 gathers 
to make a complete circle.

When the circle is complete, a 
staple in the center will hold it together.

Now, isn't that pretty?

Dots of hot glue hold each piece onto 
the next piece.... I added the bunny.

How pretty!

Do you like these 
little bunny ornaments, Glitterinas?

One more touch.....

....a tiny, pink bow!

Here's a look at all the completed ornaments.

I'm not sure where these will live this 

Should I hang them on the Easter tree
or make them into a banner?

What do you think, Glitterinas?

I'm so glad you took a moment to open this
post of Pink Glitter!  Thanks!

Until next time, you lovelies,

Sunday, March 4, 2018


St. Patrick's Day is approaching and 
our fireplace is just the place for a touch of green!

Thanks so much, Glitterinas, for taking time to open this 
post of 
Pink Glitter! 

I usually pin on a little shamrock 
(so I don't get pinched)
to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.....

....instead of decorating our house with green.

This year I made a banner with some 
green, shamrock shaped doilies.

I used silver stick on letters, too.

When I use a letter from the package,
I mark it off the list and 
this way I know what letters the 
package still contains.

These letters have a sticky backing but I also 
use a dot of hot glue to hold them.

L  U  C  K  Y

Well, that was simple!

I also had some white, shamrock doilies.....and I 
thought one of these on each end of the banner would look nice.

Each white doily needed something....

.......snip, snip with my fringing scissors.....

.....a green, crepe paper circle....

....topped off with a small, gingham bow.

One for each end of the banner.

Quick and easy!

Clipped up by the fireplace!

Are you going to make a fun, green banner 
for your house?

Leave me a comment and let me know.

I hope you have 
The Luck of the Irish 
St. Patrick's Day, Glitterinas!

Until next time,

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Hippety Hoppety!

Easter's on it's way!

I look forward to Springtime and 
Easter as each new year begins flying along.

Celebrating this special time of year is very close to my heart.

I'm so blessed that Jesus loved me enough to 
die and take away the sins of a 
sinner like me.
He not only died, but he LIVES!


When our daughters were younger they 
enjoyed helping put out all the 
Easter decorations.

These days I'm usually the only 
hippety hoppety decorator!

Let me share some of our 
Easter pretties with you......

These things live on the top shelf of the large 
dining room cabinet when they aren't  
helping to decorate for 

I enjoy getting them out and deciding 
where they'll be hanging out 
during this lovely, spring season.

This handsome guy is the oldest 
collectable in my stash.

He belonged to my husband's grandmother. 
She didn't have lots of seasonal items but 
she told me she bought this bunny 
for her dining room when she 
was a newlywed.

How lucky am I to have it now to 
enjoy each Easter?

He's a treasure!

Aren't these sweet?

A talented friend, Lula, made them for me!

These baskets look good wherever they sit.....

filled with crinkles and decorative eggs,

holding fuzzy yellow chicks,

or holding yummy wrapped candies!

Don't be too jealous 
over these hand-painted eggs......

.....this one just might be my favorite!

Texas bluebonnets.....LOVE!
They were a gift from my SIL.

Friends will not be 
surprised that I have tied some 
large, pouffy bows on items around the house.

Ribbons, ribbons,, green, 
striped, gauzy, tulle, plaid, polka dot.....

.....I love them all mixed together.

What do you think, Glitterinas?

Our dining room table is a favorite 
decorating place.....I started with this egg covered 
table cloth.

Such pretty spring colors....., I layered on a pink rose runner.

In the center, I used a wooden lantern that I thought 
I'd fill with some pretties.

On each side of this lantern I added 
a few more things..... many times have these petite water globes 
been given a good shake to make the 
glitter dance?

Too many to possibly count!

Here's the whole table.....

Our Easter tree is all ready to be decorated......

......our grand~darlings want to help.

I'll share more when we've completed 
the fun of decorating it!

I am so glad you stopped by 
Pink Glitter today.

Thanks, Glitterinas!

Where to read the Easter story~

Matthew, Chapters 27 & 28

Mark, Chapters 15 & 16

Luke, Chapters 23 & 24

John, Chapters 19 & 20

It's good to read from all four of these because 
each account adds to the Easter story.

Until next time,