Tuesday, July 27, 2010


I've decided to join my friend Angela over at Free Spirit Haven and participate in Rednesday. It's about sharing your decorative touches of red where ever they may be. Mine, are in the kitchen. I have lots and lots to share but I will start with this one...

Oh yeah...I'm polka dot crazy too!


  1. love it...so very cherry or cheery..;p

  2. Love it! When we finally get round to doing our kitchen again I have lots of red to go in there!!!

  3. I adore your reds! Now what is that cute thing your mugs are hanging from? I think you might need to show us more! :) Thanks for sharing!

  4. I love that vignette you made. I'm so loving red polka dots too these days.

    I haven't even had a chance to do a Rednesday post to share my love of red yet...sigh...It's this getting up at 5 in the morning to have daycare children arrive at 5:30 that may be keeping me from it,lol.

    I do hope sometime today I can..will come to share if I do..

    By the way, could you email me, I would love to send you something that I think would be just adorable to add to this vignette. ((hugs))

  5. Dear Bunnie,

    You have a great touch! I wouldn't know how to incorporate red into my décor! I have always been a bit "afraid" (for lack of a better term), of color! My style however, is more of the old world traditional where red may appear in muted tones in tapestries or an old painting, throw or rug.....you use it well!!!! HAVE A FUN DAY! Anita

  6. I did it!!!! It's up!! I have to be honest with you. It was you that inspired me to get one up this early morning. I wasn't planning on doing one this week...How could I not when I noticed you put up your first REdnesday post...((hugs))

  7. I love all your red polka dots especially the large bowl...too cute!

  8. Love all the reds, especially the polka dots! What a wonderful vignette. :-)
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a great day.
    The Tattered Tassel

  9. What is it about red polka dots that makes me daydream of my mother, circa 1950-something, and a wide cirle skirt, crisp white blouse and a red neckerchief (as we called 'em), her hair in a ponytail, off to work?

  10. Oh I love your red and white kitchen! The polka dots are fab! I have red and white in my kitchen also. In fact, I have red in many places in my house. I love the idea of Rednesday! If I can, I'll post something today ~ if not, I'll definitely play next week!

  11. You shared and assembled all your pretty reds together very nicely for today.

  12. I love polka dots too! I know your kitchen is lovely!


  13. PERFECT!!!! Love the "vintage" tin cup holder!!!!!

  14. I "really" think your kitchen Reds are cute. So is your blog theme. Thanks for sharing with us on Rednesday.
    ♥•.*.Thank you.*.•♥
    ♥•.*.from Vicki.*.•♥

  15. I love the reds in the kitchen!!
    Thank you.

  16. What a fun vignette with just the right amount of red polka dots!

  17. Fun reds!! Cannot wait to see rest of your kitchen too.


    barbara jean

    ps thanks for coming by

  18. Sweet red post! Take care..


  19. Very well done for Rednesday!
    Bright, bold, cheery.

  20. Hi Bunny.
    Love the textile art -- absolutely amazing. I was laughing when I saw the pic of the Heart Attack Cafe with Deep Fried Butter and Chocolate Covered Bacon. Here at the annual Minnesota State Fair (late August to early Sept) we too have legendary coronary catastrophes like deep fried cheese curds and deep fried Snickers Bars on a stick.

    I know you love great garage sale buys and other finds. You might like my latest post on Rattus Scribus where I talk about some recent "fairy" lights Anita and I found. Let me know what you think of them.


  21. BUNNY, Hey babe, how ya doing..?

    THANK YOU FOR COMING TO SEE MY LINEN CLOSET...and yes, leave it to my deranged mind to use metaphores as such!!! HEHEEEEEEE, Oh I just love being a little off kilter! Are you enjoying your decorating? We are preparing for the addition...it is getting very exciting. I will be taking pictures are the work commences...stay tuned! Anita

  22. In a world overwhelmed by tasteful neutrals, red is our psychic salvation.


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