Saturday, December 12, 2009

Red Tulips



Happy Saturday night!
Here is a gift for you...













Pretty red tulips for the Christmas season and Godiva chocolates...
...since you can't eat the chocolates, I will have to help you out with that! :)
I will be posting my pictures of the house tour and shops beginning Sunday night...
Hope your weekend has been wonderful!

28 comments:

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

Happy Saturday night to you too! I was so happy to get together with you and the gang. Can't wait to see all the pictures of your stay!
Love ya.............C

La Petite Gallery said...

First of all,
that plate is beautiful.
Olde world elegance.

I do hope to see Tulips soon.
They are such interesting flowers.
The way they move around, turning
and bending to a new position
every day.

NicNacManiac said...

Thank you for the gorgeous Tulips!!
Happy Saturday Night to you as well!!
Enjoy your evening xOxO Nerina :0

Anne~fiona and twig said...

Thank you, thoughtful friend!
I will surely be checking for those pics tomorrow night. Got my drool cup ready and everything! ;-)
Anne

aimee said...

what a sweet treat:) thank you.
blessings,
aimee

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Love the tulips...one of my favorite flowers! What a unique Christmas plate, and what could be better than chocolate! Great combo!
Looking forward to your next post.
Susie

Pomona said...

Thank you for the tulips! I love the plate, too - pity about the chocolates!

Pomona x

Mitt hvite hus said...

Hello

thanks for your red tullips.... I had bought some of my selv too.. They are lovely...

Wish you a peaceful sunday...

Hugs Kerstin

Jacqueline said...

Dear Laura,
Many thanks for the virtual present of tulips and chocolates. The red tulips are so Christmassy and, as I can't eat the chocolates, I'll just have to open a box here, as a tribute to you!!
I'm sure that a good time was had by all with Carole and the gang nd I look forward to the photos.
Did the lights magically appear on your Christmas tree ? I struggled with mine all day.
Happy Sunday to you and yours. XXXX

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

How enjoyable that was to see. Keep a CLOSE eye on the chocolate !!
We were in Krogers yesterday..and they had tulips in their floral section...I was SO surprised to see them already..what a treat.


Rose

http://delightfulclutter.blogspot.com/

Theresa said...

Love the plate AND the tulips! What happened to the chocolate? I tried to get a piece and it was gone:) Happy Sunday!

trash talk said...

How I would love to have a complete set of Christmas dishes like that!
Bib on? check!
Glasses on? check, check!
Drink on? Big Check!
Roll Em!
Debbie

Jodie LeJeune said...

Awe...I'll share the flowers and the chocolate BUT I'll take that gorgeous plate please!!!! ;)
I've never seen one like that...it's beautiful!
everything vintage

Linda said...

My daughter got married at Christmas time and she used red tulips in her bouquets. So lovely!

Parisa said...

Wow,So beautiful and Christmas atmosphere is here!Lovely! :)

All My Yesterdays said...

I LOVE Tulips, and red ones for Christmas. How awesome! Enjoy the chocolates!

FILIGREE MOON said...

Sweet! Thank you. Adore the Santa image on the plate. ~ Angela

My Grama's Soul said...

Laura,

My weekend has been wonderful, and it was made even more glorious by your BEAUTIFUL photos.

Simply lovely,

Jo

Emma said...

Those tulips are wonderful...they are still my all time favourite flower!
Lucky you! Enjoy the chocolates x

Andy's Attic said...

Thank you for the tulips--so lovely. The plate is to die for!!! I've never seen one before.
Annette

Shiningwoman, freelance artist said...

Your blog is like browsing a beautiful magazine. It is so difficult these days to find lovely magazines to stack by the bed and flip through to find comfort from the messy, not so pretty day to day world. All this beauty in one safe place. Thanks for sharing your gift of capturing the enduring beauty of such things as red tulips and vintage plates. Happy Holidays! Casey/shiningwoman

Dixie said...

Laura... love your blog... I've followed you on my sidebar for some time... now I want some chocolate!

Thanks for visiting, commenting, following and/or blogging about my 300th post giveaway! Good Luck!

Blessing. Dixie

Lisa said...

That plate is amazing and your tulips are jsut perfect!!
Hugs, Lisa

BonjourRomance said...

Beautiful red tulips, and enjoy the chocolate for all of us - you deserve it after all that decorating!
ENjoy a fabulous week!

Jen Kershner said...

Love,love,love that china! What a gorgeous pattern. I've never seen anything quite like it.

north pal said...

oh you sweet girl, thank you very much for the beautiful red tulips. they brightened thoughts. how could they not~so cheery and red. as for the chocolates, all i have to do is think about them and they add pounds. but.... they would be ever so tasty. Bestest, Denise you are thoughtful:)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Santa plate-any chance you know who manufactured it? Thanks and Merry Christmas!
Kate

Laura said...

Hi Kate!
The back of the plate says Homer Laughlin...and something else beginning with..."The....
Sorry put the rest is illegible!
Merry Christmas!