We don’t have much pink in our home – the pink begonias and clematis in the garden, the pencil caddy my mom covered with pink sprigged wallpaper and linens are about it. Should I write about those in our 3rd birthday celebration of Beverly’s brainchild? Or should I stick to what the blog is about, which is vintage glass?
We’re going to compromise today. My mom made this beautiful tablecloth in the 1960s to cover a bridge table. The idea was eight ladies got together in the afternoon, played cards for a while then had dessert. It made sense to put out a pretty cloth with matching napkins on the card tables.
I’ve used this with several tablescapes that you can see here. The colors pick up depression glass colors and tie the table together when I mix and match patterns.
Using the things mom used helps me remember her and feel close.
Thanks for visiting our Pink Saturday pink depression glass post this week, and as always a big thank you to Beverly of How Sweet the Sound for organizing this fun event. Please be sure to visit the other bloggers to see how pink we can be.