Friday, January 23, 2009

Have you 'RED' Show & Tell Friday?

Kelli is hosting Show & Tell Friday. If you have something to 'show' us and 'tell' a little about it, there are those who would love to see. I thought of my DOLLY DUZIT but, of course she did not want to be here is a sampling of RED things from around the house.
I guess my outdoor plants love being indoors,
where it is warm and cozy,
for they have bloomed beautifully!
But we are having a few warm and sunny days so
I decided to display out on the deck this morning.
Like some of you,
I can't pass up a crocheted work from the past...
especially when it says 25c.
~Hope you enjoy!~


LBP said...

I love Dolly Duzit! I want her! And those little crocheted dresses are just adorable.

Thanks for sharing your red treasures.



Belinda said...

I love red, and I love your red flowering plants...they do look very happy to be in from the cold. :-) They have rewarded you with pretty indoor color. I love that rooster too...a cute touch of cheer. :-)

Smilingsal said...

Those little crocheted dresses are just adorable. Thank you for sharing. Happy Show and Tell Day.

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

Candy, I love all the crocheted things! Yes, I grab them up.I crochet dolies myself so I know what time goes into them. I love all the red and white. Beautiful!!! Deborah

ceekay said...

I did enjoy! I love your display and the little crochet dress pot holders are precious!

Dolly said...

Oh how cute!
I have never seen Dolly DuzIt.
I collect things with my name on it!

Thanks for shareing!

Hugz, Dolly

FeeBeeKay said...

Hi there - love your Dolly Duzit!! In Northern Ireland we call those little ladies Goldilocks!! And they are just the business for getting burnt fondue off the bottom of a pan if you ever need to do that!! Have a great weekend!

BECKY said...

Candy, what adorable things and I love how you displayed them!! Dolly Duzit is so cute!!

All your red just makes me smile!!
Have a joyful weekend!

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful display you did.


The Hill Country of Texas...lucky gal! I great up in N Central Texas and love love love that pretty part of the state. You know you can take the girl out of Texas, but you can't take the Texas out of the girl!