It's been a 'CheapPink Week'! Not that this GRIT thinks Pink things are Cheap!
HONG KONG (Reuters Life!) - A rare, 5-carat pink diamond was auctioned off for a record $10.8 million in Hong Kong, putting some shine back into the world's rare and large stones market which was badly hit by the financial crisis.
"Badly hit by the financial crisis"...Ha!...they should be shopping in Texas markets with this GRIT's coin purse for PennyPinchinPinks!
Yep, I definately hit PinkPayDirt this week at the Biggest Thrift Store in Texas. Right here in SanAngelo. It's called Christians In Action or as Mr.CITexas calls it The CIA. Now, just cause this is CheapPink Stuff, don't think I didn't have to do some SuperSuSleuthing and Inspector Gadgeting for these Pink Treasures.
Look what Ann at Tin and Sparkle found at an Estate Sale. Stop by and see her Treasures and tell her CollectInTexas Gal sent you.
And be sure to say Howdy to Beverly at How Sweet the Sound! She's got TheList.....so have FUN visiting on this Pink Saturday, March, 6, 2010.
Hi there! The little pink thingy is a butter melter/warmer - like if you wanted to pour warm butter over corn on the cob or dip a bite of lobster, etc. in the melted butter. So, me thinks maybe you bought it just because it was Pink??!! I understand.ReplyDelete
I'm really partial to the hanky and pink rose plate - pretty...
Cynthia K. (Beauty and Blessings)
I LIKE THE FIRST RING, BUT THINK I WILL PASS ON IT TODAY. Can you imagine?ReplyDelete
Like your other pinkies, specially the butter warmer.
Have a great day.
I love what you bought at the CIA. Of course, the ring is pretty special....ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday!
YES! Pink reigns :-)ReplyDelete
Have a GREAT weekend
HI Sue! I like that pink syrup warmer pot! That's what I think it's for. Time for pancakes! Happy Pink Saturday, friend!ReplyDelete
Oh, my. Are you in the San Angelo with all the outlets? I was shopping there last summer when we stayed in Austin for a couple of weeks. If so, and had I known there was a THRIFT store, that would have been on my LIST!!! Oh, no, did I miss it?ReplyDelete
Good job sleuthing. Happy Pink Saturday!
You are a good SuLock Holmes!! I love the pink rose plate! Nope, don't have a clue what the pink warmer thingy is... could it be to melt butter?ReplyDelete
I'm lovin' that pretty hankie! HPS!!!ReplyDelete
All of your pinks today are outstanding, sugar, and yessssss, that new pink apron is adorable. Isn't it fun to make them? I love doing it and just hang them around the kitchen for "eye candy" until they sell.ReplyDelete
In Shoes We Trust,
"Do these shoes match this purse?"
Fun PINK thrifty items! You had a good time!!! This etsy shop work IS a lot of work...hopefully for both of us it will be worth it! Have a great week! CoralieReplyDelete
Hankies! Ah...those were the days! We use to buy my daddy white hankies for the holidays as children. I also had some pretty ones with hand crocheted trim from years gone by and they did too! :(ReplyDelete
You always make me smile! I need to go see your etsy shop. Best wishes to you there!
Love your post! Happy Pink Saturday!ReplyDelete
Uhhhhhhhhhh could it be one of those little pots you heat water in and pour it in your nose. ya know I'm just sayin one of those gadgets to clear your sinuses? Just a wild guess.ReplyDelete
C'mon over and see who your Bunny Swap Partner is! XXMollye
You are so funny! I love all your finds, wish I could have gone to that big thrift store with you! Happy Pink Saturday!ReplyDelete
Sherry @ A Happy Valentine
Oh I love all your pinks but my favorite is the little butter warmer~ So nice!!ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday SueLock Holmes...ReplyDelete
I adore this post as always. So darn stickin cute you are. Now I love that PINK DIAMOND, but the plate has my heart. I have seen the little kitchen one hanging in great aunts home many, many years ago. I loved it then, still do seeing yours. How precious Sue, just precious.
The little butter warmer is a treasure. I would think you would use that many times over. I have never had one, but with all sorts of foods it would be delicious for sure.
Have a beautiful Sunday sweetie. Country hugs and much love...Sherry
Pretty pinks and I think that's a butter warmer too! Or--you could heat some syrup for pancakes or waffles? Either way, it's really unique and cute! Happy pink week!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for giving me a shout out on your blog. I love all of your pinks too. I was looking at the swap list and I think that you are partnered with a different Ann. I'm partnered with Gwendolyn at A Charming Home. Please let me know ASAP if I'm wrong. Have a happy Sunday.ReplyDelete
Hi Sue, thanks for stopping by today! Love your pinks for today..I have quite a few of my nana's hankies..they aren't all pink but maybe I will do a post on them one day..also some of her vintage costume jewelry..cool.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!!
Ms. Sue, I have never seen one like the pink tripoid thingy. It's really pretty and I love pink pottery. Blessings, Marta.ReplyDelete
Great pinks - Happy late Pink Saturday!ReplyDelete
Love all your pretty pinks...and I think little gadget is a butter warmer. It's pretty,whatever it is.. Happy Pinks and have a great week.ReplyDelete
OK - I think I have it straight-Thank you, any help I can get. Have a good week.ReplyDelete
Love all your pink treasures,,Next saturday my sis and I are having a pink scavenger hunt, at yard sales,,cant wait.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekedn
Happy Pink Saturday, I'm running late! Love your "finds" today. Cute butter warmer!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh!!!! I was just looking through some of your posts. We really do have a lot in common, the picture on the horse is uncanny. I also was born in a nursing home in Norwood Mo in 1947. My birthday is Nov 7 but what a coincidence just the same.ReplyDelete
So happy to be swaping with ya.