Happy PINK Saturday everyone!
Today I want to share some of my Holiday Decorations in my Sunroom. I blogged about my Sunroom a few months ago, you can read about it HERE. Since my Sunroom is decorated in Pink, Lime Green and Yellow, traditional Christmas colors just wouldn't do. I chose a white tree with hot Pink lights. The ornaments are all bright colored with a retro 1960ish feel.
At night the Pink lights illuminate the whole tree with a fuzzy, Pink glow. The pictures don't do it justice, it's really hard to capture the glow with a camera.
This is the display on top of the computer cabinet. First I laid down a blanket of fluffy snow and edged the shelf with a white feather boa just for fun. The sparkly trees and reindeer came from the Home Goods store. The big 3-d snowflakes came from Target and were dirt cheap! I gave the deer some BLING of her own. I haven't decided yet what I want to do with the shelf underneath. I'm thinking some glass jars filled with snow and snowflakes.
We also have a theme today of our Favorite Christmas movies. I love all the classics from It's a Wonderful life to Miracle on 34th Street, to The Christmas Story and Home Alone but today I thought I would share a little film you may not have heard of. It's a short animated Disney film titled "The Small One".
It tells the story of a small donkey who is headed for the tanner when fortune smiles on him. My girls loved this little cartoon so much when they were little.
Here's a little video of part one, you will need to disable my playlist by clicking on the the large circle with the two vertical lines, there are also more parts to watch HERE.
Have a wonderful, sparkly PINK Saturday everyone!
Please stop by How Sweet the Sound and say HI to Beverly, our host every week for PINK Saturday!
I think you made some good choices in your colors for the tress. They look very pretty.ReplyDelete
It looks great Nan and I see you found a spot to use your boa. I love it! Happy pink saturday and your holiday blog looks wonderful! Hugs, MarilouReplyDelete
I love your sunroom tree, Nan--so festive and bright! "The Small One" was always one of my favorites! I hope you're having a wonderful night...ReplyDelete
I adore this tree, your colors are faboosh!ReplyDelete
Everything is so bright and beautiful. That's really a good idea what you did with the boa and shelf. Have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
I love coming here...it's so Bright and Cheerful! Lookie at that Pink Tree! It's just beautiful and I love the 60's Look! Happy Pink Saturday and Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
gorgeous vignette! love the colors.ReplyDelete
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What a pretty post for Pink Saturday! I have not seen that movie but it sounds like one I would really enjoy. When it comes to Christmas movies, I like the cute cartoon ones too. Thanks for stopping by.
WOW! Did you ever bling your tree photos! Super cool!ReplyDelete
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That lovely tree is something else :-). I've never seen one like it before. It was a perfect choice for Pink Saturday. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
AGHHHHH Is that a P*U*R*P*L*E tree skirt!?! Love it!! You're tree is one of a kind, just like you!ReplyDelete
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Awesome tree! You picked great colors!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pink tree I love it.ReplyDelete
This is great! And I have to say I LOVE your blog template- awesome!ReplyDelete
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This is the third white tree I've seen on PS and I am really starting to want one now! Very pretty display.ReplyDelete
Oh Nan....what fun colors. I would love to see your tree up close and personal and I am glad you shared where you got your snowflakes. I need some for a Snowflake party we are attending on New Years. I will run to Target's tomorrow. :) HPSReplyDelete
The pink light are really fun on that white tree!ReplyDelete
I LOVE the fact that the pink lights illuminate the tree at night making it look pink!! How cool is that!!
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