Pink Lacey Ladies . . .

Pink Lacey Ladies standing in a row –
Among the threads and needles
In the place where ‘ere I sew.
Pink Lacey Ladies – the loveliest I’ve seen . . .
Unless – they were green.
Pink Lacey Ladies invite me out to tea –
With a rose-chintz lustre teacup
And, lace-like saucer as you see.
Pink Lacey Ladies – more elegant than a queen . . .
Unless – they were green.
Pink Lacey Ladies read an antique book!
Note the pink hat illustration
On the cover – take a look.
Pink Lacey Ladies – can’t be any more keen . . .
Unless – they were green.
Pink Lacey Ladies by Creative Carmelina –
Visit her shoppe HERE
She’ll be very glad to see ya!
Pink Lacey Ladies – you will see just what I mean . . .
Loving all these Lacey Ladies 
In glorious Pink & Green!
Sharing my Pink Lacey Ladies today with:
Beverly’s Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound 

NOTE:  The rose-chintz lustre teacup and antique book are a couple of treasures I picked up during my visit with Jillian at Bella Rosa Antiques!
Just a little bit of fun today, inspired by the marvels that come from the creative mind and talented fingers of Creative Carmelina – a favorite blog of mine to visit.  If you aren’t already a fan – visit her and you’ll become one, I’m sure!
Thanks, Carmelina!
Ciao bella!

About Miss Kathy

"I teach families how to restore their God-given authority as the primary educator in their child’s life through the experience of reading together as a family. Learn how to use literature to create teachable moments, build strong minds, and bind loving hearts."

Kathryn Ross, writer, speaker, and dramatist, ignites a love of literature and learning to equip young and old towards developing a Family Literacy Lifestyle—reading together, learning together, loving together. Her works challenge families to deepen their literacy skills and grow into the greater things God has purposed for them. She’s taught in Christian and homeschool circles, trained in the Principle Approach® through the Foundation for American Christian Education. Miss Kathy owns Pageant Wagon Publishing, producing homeschool enrichment materials, devotional works, study guides, and theatrical dramas for church, school, and community production. She podcasts at and blogs at


  1. Oh my! Love your Pink Lacey Ladies! That teacup and saucer is to die for! First, your blog banner drew me in…then the Ladies…then I read your “About Me” and I was hooked! “thatched roof cottages, wildflower gardens, paint boxes, tea, and scones.” Yep! All of that makes my heart beat a little faster – I’m an Anglophile, and now your newest follower!
    Hugs, Cindy

  2. I am honoured!
    Seriously this was a charming post, and I’m not just saying that beacause my Lace Ladies are being featured!

    Thank you so very much.
    First for the purchase, which supports my artful living.
    Second for the praise, which supports my artful heart.

    Ciao Bella!
    You have made my night so bright
    Because now I am truly filled with delight!


  3. The pink lacey ladies are fabulous! They look great with the chintz cup set and the book. Fun post and thank you for linking to Bella Rosa Antiques!

  4. Hi Miss Kathy~
    Can i just have everything that you posted today? Love the ladies, the teacup, what you wrote! It made me smile when I saw “Miss Kathy”. I used to live in the South and I loved it when they called me “Miss Holly.” Oh, the southern charm is truly something to behold. Always love stopping by because I am so inspired by you. Hope your year has started off well.

  5. Gorgeous!

    My share of Pink have a nice weekend!

  6. Love,LOve Love them, ladies and all.
    Your poetry is lovely, I want more. xxx

  7. Gorgeous lacy ladies – thanks so much for sharing pictures of them! Happy Pink Saturday!

  8. Yes, Kathy, I am always blown away by Carmelina’s talents! These are beautiful lacy ladies! Your books are awesome, too! So much fun to shop in places that have just what you love! Have a wonderful Pink Saturday and weekend! Twyla

  9. So cute! And the ladies are indeed darling! Thanks for a smile from your post. 🙂

  10. Ooooooh I do like those Pink Lacey Ladies the very very BEST!!…..unless they were GREEN!!! ;-D
    Blessings and Hugs Linnie

  11. A love you post of pink, Lacey ladies.

  12. Happy Pink Saturday
    This is my first time to your blog and I became your newest follower. It is awesome.
    I am having a simple give away of a parsian tag I made…it doesn’t compare to your lacey ladies…they are so pretty.
    have a lovely weekend
    Simply Debbie

  13. I got so excited when I read your comment that I had to comment back. I lived in Charleston 20 years ago too(during Hurricane Hugo). We moved away in 91. My goodness we could’ve lived close to each other. We lived West of the Ashley in Shadowmoss Plantation. I can’t remember the plantation that was near us, but I do remember being in a craft show there. I loved Summerville. I wanted to buy an old house. The 2″ mosquitoes and alligators I could’ve done without though!

  14. Oh how cute! What a delightful visit for Pink Saturday! And OH, I love your quote at the bottom – “Sooner or later I will see the Big Picture God is painting in my life instead of just the color He is using at the moment.” AWESOME. Thanks for being such a blessing to me today! 🙂

  15. I love your blog! I am so glad that I found you today and wanted to say howdy. I am new to blogging, found your comment at Little Birdie Blessings, and saw right away that we share interests and ideals. I am looking forward to future visits with you!

  16. How cute! The Pink Lacey Ladies are beautiful in either pink or green! And the little story you told about them was adorable.

    Loved the book and teacup, Kathy. Like I said earlier, you and me in an antique store could be dangerous (but isn’t dangerous a bit fun now and then???)

    Hope you’re doing OK – and that you’re feeling like a Pink Lacey Lady, rosy about life – and not green at the gills!


  17. Happy pinkness…Happy Autumn….I am so excited for Fall, I know you are too !!It just makes me want to cozy up…enjoy your week-end!
    God Bless You

  18. oh yes, another teacup luver! HaPpiest PS!

  19. Lovely & feminine….what a special cup,too. Love how you used the baskets. Happy PS!

  20. Hi! I came here from Pink Saturday. I stayed for the lacy ladies, though, and a cup of tea. Now a follower. (love your blog header!)

  21. I love your Pink Ladies, and the tea cup is beautiful!!

    Jocelyn @

  22. Well, as you know I LOVE pink teacups. The addition of the pink lacey ladies was just so girly and pretty to me.

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