Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Rednesday aka Wednesday!

Rednesday is amongst us all again,
My oh my how the days just fly!


For today's posting of red I reached deep into my archives of pictures and came up with several from our time in Arizona.  I'm still unpacking, hanging up pictures and curtains.  Also, in the last days of planning and preparing for my parents 50th wedding anniversary reception which is this Saturday. Then heading up to KY to deliver a load of household goods to our oldest dude.  Hopefully, very soon I'll be sharing more photos of our new house.

Enjoy!

I love this Moravian Star light fixture!  I bought it down in Mexico.  Actually, I purchased quite a few of them.  Wanted to make sure each dude has one for their home and then just a few more for good measure.:-)  I got quite a deal on them, so I couldn't pass on them.  This one has red marbles in some of the punch tin.  The color is so pretty.  The picture just does not do the actual light justice.  I have found a home for this fixture in our new house, just haven't hung it.

Some vintage kitchen treasures....


Please join Sue at her blog, It's A Very Cherry World, for other wonderful reds. :-)

Also, I keep forgetting to type this bit of information, which I am sure all of you know, but...you can click on each of my pictures to enlarge. :-)
Fondly,
Ann

30 comments:

Julie Harward said...

I LOVE that red picnic basket...so cool! Can't wait to see your house :D

Mimi said...

What great vintage kitchen items, love the picnic basket...but that Moravian Star is so neat!

Dawn said...

I bet that star has great ambient lighting with the red marbles in it. I'm loving all the kitchen items and dishes. If I'd only been exposed to all these great red vintage items when we first moved here I wouldn't have remodled our original 30's kitchen! I kick my self every Rednesday!

Sarah said...

Ann, I really like the red picnic basket.
Happy Rednesday! ~ Sarah

Michelle said...

Everything is great but I love the pastry cutter tin. Thanks so much for sharing, have a safe trip.

:) Michelle

nannykim said...

Oh I love the vintage stuff!! The plates are cute and the bless thiis House is so happy, isn't it! The star looks very big!! Is it as big as it looks??? You sound like you got some exhausting time ahead of you! nannykim/spindlecottage

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I like your Moravian Star light fixture, and the red picnic basket is so pretty! Thanks for visiting me for Rednesday!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Thanks for becoming a follower Ann! I also became one of yours. I loved looking through your blog.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Oh Ann! I love your reds. That polka dot platter is so sweet and who doesn't adore a red picnic basket! Super reds!

Angela said...

I love them all....but that star..oh my goodness gracious, I adore!! Ok..I love the pastry cutter too,,well the plate too.Wait, the basket..I did say I loved them all didn't I? lool

LADYHIGHTOWER said...

Gotta love vintage!

☺lani☺ said...

Wow lots of red! Happy Rednesday!

craftyles said...

Ann,
I love your reds today. The vintage cuties are awesome. The red polka dot platter is really wonderful. I love polka dots-especially red!

Cherry Chick said...

Hi Ann,
I'm loving the Moravian Star light fixtures. Also, looking forward to seeing how you've set the new place up and how you'll use the stars there.
Thanks so much for sharing with us today. I know you have plenty to keep you busy.

LV said...

You have a nice assortment of red items. I liked all of them, but the clock is great.

Sherrie said...

Vintage kitchen goodies, and red at that. Love them, love them, love them. They would look lovely in my kitchen. Red is such a happy color. It has been awhile since I did a rednesday, you have inspired me to post one for next week. Thanks. Also a really big thank you for all your kind words about the shop. It is a lot of work, but I am having fun. My friends support means so much to me and helps me get motivated. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Diann said...

Lots of fun reds! I love that light fixture. How cool is that!!

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Ann,
So nice to meet you! Thanks for coming over to my blog...I actually have an art blog, but I made my tag for the inspirational blog...that's why I linked up to Rednesday from there...

I love all your red....great pictures!!! And love that tray...so adorable!!
Hugs,
Cindy

bunny said...

Lovin' the red accessories...especially the pastry cutter. Good to know there are a few of us Red~ies out there. So happy to have met you.

tootles,
bunny

Sandy said...

Love it all!!!!! Those light fixtures give off the coolets patterns! And I adore the vintage nut chopper....great graphics and that fun red wood ball knob!

Melody said...

Hi Ann! Thanks for stopping by. I thought I was an odd child....I love blogging...I'm finding there were a lot of us doing the same things.
I love your Bless This House platter.

Barbara Jean said...

Love your reds Ann.
REgarding my rusty trike- yep, it sounds like it is time yours came home with you. =)

Blessings and thanks for visiting my place.

barbara jean

One Heart said...

Love it all, especially the light fixture, but wait, the picnic basket is adorable. Thank you for stoppiong by earlier. Have a Happy Rednesday!

daylily777 said...

I love them all ,but the star & the red picnic basket are my favorites.
Hugs & Blessings,
~Myrna

SueLovesCherries said...

Boy, do we have a lot in common right now - I also won a CSN gift cert this past week! I have a red picnic basket like yours, but in its original colors; I have a few pieces of the W. S. George Blushing Rose pattern; and I also have that Bless This House platter.

Natasha said...

I think that it is unanimous that the red picnic basket is divine!!! I love it too but I also adore that gorgeous Moravian light. You have lots of lovely reds!

Best wishes for a fabulous weekend,
Natasha.

Lesa said...

Wow-- love the star-- it really makes a statement! cute litte chopper, too!

Nancy said...

Love that pastry cutter and the platter is darling...don't you just love the plaid border around it? I do!

galleryofthemountains said...

Great reds - love the vintage basket!

Leslie @ Farm Fresh Fun said...

Found you through Faded Charm's /white wed and love your tassels n all these cute vintage reds... I have the same veggie chopper n picnic basket. I'll look around your blog more now! Thanks for sharing,
Leslie