This a plastic jack o' lantern and some skulls that I received in a $2 grab bag. There were more things in the grab bag, but these were my favorite. They seem kind of vintage-- and I love the party hats on the skulls! Meg would like some Halloween candy for this jack o' lantern so she can sit out on the porch Halloween night and pass candy out to the little goblins that may come by.
On the way back from the show, my friend Kim and I stopped by Bearly Big Enough to take a look at minis. I can never leave without finding something that I just must have! I found this wonderful glass cake stand and glass dome-- and of course needed something for the inside, so I found this yummy looking cake to put in it.
A few weeks ago I purchased this little bed and chenille bed cover and pillows. I was able to find a rug, a garden hat, and the orange kitty playing in the fishbowl at the show. Meg now has a dog (Hagrid), a cat (Bojangles) and a goldfish (Sushi). I think that pets really make a house feel like a home, even a little home.
While at the show, Kim and I met up with our friend Lynne from Club Little House. She was so sweet to give each of us this wonderful little table with flamingos painted on it, a tea cozy that she made at her mini club (that I forgot to photograph) and a mini copy of Through the Looking Glass (on the nightstand shelf). Thanks so much, Lynne! She is so thoughtful- and talented too. I love everything she does! She made the wonderful kitchen table and tablecloth in the kitchen for our last Club Little House swap. Lynne, when will we ever talk you into starting a blog?!
These are some hankies that I found at The Shabby Shack, one of my favorite quirky antique shops. Each hankie was priced at $2, but when I got to the register the man gave them to me at two for $3! I didn't even ask! I love the hankie with the embroidered floral wreaths. I may make a bed skirt for the bed, or maybe some curtains for the bedroom.
Well, I hope you enjoyed "Show and Tell Tuesday"-- it was fun to show you a little bit more of the Little Pink House. I promise that I will start showing more. The bathroom is wallpapered now, but the room still needs some work. I purchased some wallpaper for the living room, so I'll post that when it's completed also.
I hope you are all enjoying the change in the season-- have a wonderful day!