Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Red Wednesday

My first showing on red Wednesday.
I love this red display.
It brings a lot of bling to the table

Crimson and Ice they call it



Pictures were found in the 1999 book entitled The Spirt of Christms


These cookies look so good. Love the little mice shaped cookies

Our hostess Sue can be found below
http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com/2010/12/rednesday.html

I want to see what else is showing for today

16 comments:

  1. Love your reds - such a great color. sandie

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  2. Oh, lots of beautiful reds! I love that first display and those cookies are just too cute!

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  3. Pretty reds. I love the tree in the first vignette.

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  4. Oh Sweetie...
    Your reds are SO gorgeous. I love the Christmas tree and poinsettia vignette. How beautiful that is. I think Crimson and Ice is perfect for this vignette and suits it to a "T".

    That stocking in the second photo is SO pretty along with the white balls.

    Those little mice, now do they say Christmas or what? They look delicious, and I have got to tell you, I never thought I would be SO hungry that I would eat a mouse. Love it.

    Thank you for sharing this evening. What a beautiful red treasure. Many hugs sweetie, Sherry

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  5. Hi, thanks for your visit to my blog. I love the colors here, they have always been my favorite! Have a great month! Come say hi any time :D

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  6. Crimson & Ice-LOVELY. Your reds are so pretty!

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  7. I used to have tons of those Spirit of Christmas books. Love what you shared. Crimson and Ice - lovely!

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  8. VERY PRETTY RED SHOWING FOR TODAY.

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  9. Those are beautiful photos.
    I love the little mice cookies.To cute to eat!!!
    Have a great day.

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  10. Those cookies are adorable! Love all these great pics. Christmas eye candy.

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  11. I love your Red Wednesday. I saw someone making mice cookies on TV recently. They are cute.
    I wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season.
    Love,
    Marie

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  12. I love the reds,and the cookies are so cute.

    Hugs,
    Penny

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  13. Hi Elaine! What wonderful ideas. The tablepeice is gorgeous.

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  14. Dear Elaine,

    Thank you for sending me such a lovely Christmas postcard. I haven't begun to think about Christmas cards yet! Your thoughtfulness means a lot to me.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

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  15. love to read old Southern Living Christmas books. All the reds are lovely.

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