Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Friday, January 27, 2017

A PRETTY PINK VALENTINE TREE

Now I KNOW some of you
are going to be thinking...
Okay! That is TOO much.
And...it may be TOO MUCH
but  I think that 
SOMETIMES-
TOO MUCH is BETTER
than
LESS is MORE--
Doesn't make any sense?
Don't worry about it...
I never said I was going to make sense here.
Now I ask you- Is that cute, or what?
What?
More?  You want more?
Little boxes of candy tucked here and there.
And the hearts I showed you how to make
And a topper made by sweet Tete.
Tete rhymes with Sweet...
and Pete and neat and...okay..I quit
It's perfect, isn't it?
At the base is a sweet crocheted
table topper that belonged to my mother.
This was made by Lulu one year.
Every tree needs an angel
Soft and Pretty
Love it...
SEE? It's Pinkly Pretty!!
This little beauty sits in the bay window
in the front sitting room
in front of the old leaded glass window
I saved from one of the houses
we rehabbed.
The matching window had too
much damage and fell apart.
And, now that you have enjoyed 
A Bit Of Beauty
I give you 
ONE MORE BEAUT!
My understanding is that he is
STILL LOOKING FOR A DATE
for
VALENTINE'S DAY~
Anyone interested?
Anyone?
anyone?
anyone...

Have a great 
PINKLY PRETTY WEEKEND!
your photo name

68 comments:

  1. I like your Valentine tree and I do like pink, so it caught my interest right off, and you're the only Angel it needed.
    No! No! no date for me, Tattoo's turn me OFF!

    Have a Great Day, my friend,
    Sylvia

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  2. Your pink tree is fantastic! Makes me want to drag my white tree out of Christmas storage and bedazzle it up!

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  3. Glad I stopped by here today Diana. You always make me laugh! No the tree is not too much, it's really pretty and sets a festive mood to your home. I love it and of course, you had me at pink!! It really shows off your hearts too.
    Ok, as for the hunky dude, I think a little less ink might be more attractive. But, chances are he will find a date! LOL!

    hugs,
    Sissie

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  4. What a pretty Valentine's Day tree. I've never done that. Don't decorate much for V Day, just a few things here and there.

    As for the hunk at the end, I'm sure someone will want him. Just not me. I've got my Joe, you understand.

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  5. Very cute tree! I had a small faux Christmas tree on my kitchen counter. I just removed the Christmas ornaments and added some shiny Hearts. It's no where near blog worthy like yours, but I liked the glow of the lights at night, so it works for me. I am just getting back into blogging after a long break and I am trying to get my readers back...seems not many are stopping by. I would love for you to stop by and see all the crazy, messy things we've been up to. I am playing catch up with my posts....lots happening! Have a delightful day!
    http://cottagetome.blogspot.com/

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  6. I love it!!!! It is super cute and looks good with your leaded glass window. Very pretty. Ok for Mr. Hunk I think you should have talked to him about less is more before he visited the Tattoo Parlor lol! Happy Friday sweet friend. Enjoy the weekend.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  7. Tooooo funny! Love the "tat" pic. Your pretty in pink pics are darling. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, dear Diana.

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  8. It's awfully pretty, the tree, I mean, not the guy looking for a date. I'll pass. Enjoy that fluffy pink tree!

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  9. I think the tree is unique and cute! Sweet idea...especially fun given that it gives you a way to keep and use valentines you receive.
    Nancy
    wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

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  10. I never wanted tattoos for myself, nor do I like tattoos on women. Some women think having one above the behind is hot, I think it's not

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  11. I love a white tree with PINK all over it. Makes me want to get mine out of the storage room.

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  12. I love lots of pink! How pretty!

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  13. Love the "sweet" tree. Him, not so much. LOL

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  14. Hi Diana, your tree is so sweet and I love seeing more of your hearts. Thanks again for your tutorial.
    Have a happy weekend!
    Connie :)
    P.S. I'll pass on the matchmaking. I like my sweetheart, balded and gray, LOL.

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  15. Ah no thanks on the date. I just think that true is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo gorgeous and in front of that lead glass window is just amazing. I think it is perfect!

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  16. Do you know that I've always wanted a PINK tree to decorate? And then I think to myself, what am I going to do the rest of the year with a Pink tree hahaha. But this one is wonderful, Diana. It's so festive with all the ornaments, hearts, pearls, sweet little angel, and the Sweethearts candies. Don't ya just love those? You did a fantastic job making a tree in honor of this special holiday. Love it, Diana. It must make you smile every time you look over at the Bay window and see this.

    ~Sheri

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  17. You silly girl~he is not my type at all, maybe Keith Urban-lol. Love your decorations! I am having a Valentines lunch here for all the girls in the family-getting lots of goodies ready. I have the craft plan, got pretty nail polish for them today and we will have a fun lunch. Hubby will be taking out the 3 boys for lunch.
    Hope you have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Noreen

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  18. Diane the Valentine tree is really sweet behind that gorgeous leaded window. As far as the fellow goes, I'll pass. Lol. xo ♥

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  19. Diana, I love all the cute things on your valentine tree. I bet SC would love it . I am just not into tattoos. :( Blessings for a fun weekend. Stay warm. xoxo, Susie

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  20. Hi,
    I just saw a pink tree at one of the homes I deliver Meals on Wheels meals. I loved it. The lady I deliver the meal to is such a sweetheart. She still decorates and does what she can to her home. It really is a beautiful home.
    I have to share with you, we deliver the meals in a container that you can eat out of. Oh not my classy lady, she asks me to help her put it on a plate and she has her milk in a wine glass.
    I just love her. And I love her pink tree. And I love your pink tree.

    Happy Weekend,
    Carla

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  21. I love the Valentine tree. We have a little one in the play room. I'm for all the color I can get during the gray winter months (especially pink!)

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  22. I used to love making my own Valentines as a kid...today I make my own because I don't want to give one more penny to the card companies. There are some good ideas for me to copy.

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  23. Love the tree, it's beautiful and I wish I had one, but I don't.

    I think I will pass on the handsome guy you have on your post. Hope he gets a date LOL You are such a bad girl....

    Have a great weekend Diana.

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  24. Precious. I don't need a date but thank you for asking. :)

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  25. If we buy him some clothes to cover that mess, I know a girl who would go out with him for Valentines Day.

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  26. I love this post. Pink is my favorite color,I am in awe of all the photos. That Angel is gorgeous.Thanks for sharing.
    Marilyn

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  27. Such prettiness, Diana. I'm not a fading wildflower. If I was about 50 years younger!!!..xxoJudy

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  28. Oh I love it!! This truly inspired me to get busy and decorate for Valentines Day! Pink is perfect...
    Hugs, Rox

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  29. Leave it to you to have a Valentine tree!

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  30. Fun! I want a pink tree now. My sister had one for Christmas and packed it all up, too bad. I could've borrowed it and dressed it all up for Valentine's Day.

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  31. So pretty. I love the tree and the decorations.

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  32. How cute! I bet the granddaughters just love it too! We had a pink christmas tree when I was a kid in our family room. We never thought to continue to use it for Valentine's Day!
    Have a great weekend!

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  33. Well, your little pink tree is ever so 'purdy'! Love everything about it. My older sis use to do a Valentines tree and it was sweet. I bet the grandgirls think it's pretty special!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  34. Your pink tree is so fun. You would have loved the Tate House we visited in December. It was built from pink marble from Tate Georgia. It is now an events site. We had tea and a tour there. Some pink rooms, some pink trees, other rooms with other colors. I loved it.

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  35. Cute tree. I bet the grands love it.

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  36. Pretty, pretty. I love the table topper crocheted by your mother. Beautiful. You can keep the guy!

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  37. This is very pretty, I love the pink... I am in awe of how you organize to have all the different decorations for the holidays... I barely get Christmas decorated these days... lol ... Have a great weekend Diana xox

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  38. I love your Valentine's tree...the guy well let's just say he's gonna be looking for a date for quite awhile. Lol.

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  39. I love love love the Valentine tree. How creative! Im intrigued by the little crochet table topper. Beautiful!
    Lisa

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  40. So very pretty! A pink tree - I love it! Not so much the tatted up guy :(

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  41. Pretty as pretty can be! I have a saying I like......MORE is always BETTER!!! Works for me!!

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  42. Wow! He is all painted up! I prefer my natural guy...LOL! The tree is awesome and so sweet that you can display valentines made by your grands!!

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  43. I love your tree! Not too much at all! You should link it up over at Beverly's Pink Saturday....
    http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/2017/01/anything-goes-pink-saturday-january-28-2017.html
    That guy is not my type....too pretty!!

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  44. Uh, I'll pass on the date, lol, but I do think your pretty pinkly tree is very sweet eye-candy! Love it!

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  45. So many sweet pictures... I love those hearts...

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  46. Oh, I do love pink, and your sweet and romantic tree! Just lovely. The guy? Not so much.

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  47. Diana

    You know I LOVE your tree, I Love pink. It's Valentines and why not enjoy a few frilly beautiful things, right! I have loved hearts for years whether it's V day or not. Keep posting what we love!

    Debby
    Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

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  48. What a darling Valentine Tree! I don't do much in the way of seasonal decorating...never have really. Just not into it. Now, if I could start having Tea Parties again...I loved decorating for those!!

    YIKES!! No date for me, please...pretty please...don't make me do it!! [pointing at my friend Shelia] LOL!!

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  49. Well I've never been an advocate for less is more, which is why I'm trying to clean out 28 years worth of stuff! So much pink, pretty, and cute here, right til the very end, when I almost lost my blueberry and chocolate chip scone. Diana!

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  50. Good Morning! Karen's youngest granddaughter would adore this tree. She is really into the holidays!
    I would look like Mary Poppins on a date with Tattoo man! To visit my new blog (which replaces the old one) click on my name in the comment).

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  51. All those pretty things remind me of my sister...always so feminine and frilly. That guy, however, is different, very uniques to say the least, everyone to his own...:)JP

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  52. I love your little Valentine's tree. It is so pretty! Did the hottie deliver it to you?

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  53. Love your cute pink tree, full of Valentine goodness! I will pass on the date...somehow no matter how good looking they are, tatoos turn me OFF!

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  54. I don't really decorate for Valentines...but I am away then!!
    Your tree is very cute...would surely brighten up these dull days we are having!
    enjoy your Sunday!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  55. Sweet little Valentine tree! Hmmm, will pass on the fella...I'm with Miss Ann...no tats for me...you wouldn't put a bumper sticker on a Ferrari. xoxo

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  56. What a sweet tree! Love all your little touches from the past and the little hearts you have made too, they are so fun! And, a big no on your date offering, lol... Hugs to you today friend :)

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  57. Love you pink tree; him:..I'll pass. :-)
    Have a great week!!!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  58. Boy, I am really behind. I don't have any hearts out yet!

    Enjoy all your fun Valentine decor.

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  59. Oh girl you know how to spread cheer and good will. Love your sweet Valentine Tree and hearts!
    Hmmm....maybe in another life I'll take the tattooed fellow! hehehe
    xo
    Jemma

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  60. I saw some pink trees at Christmas time and thought they were so cute, but it never occurred to me to use one for Valentine's Day! I should have thought of that! Love how you've decorated it too. The angel is perfect. :)

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  61. What lovely Valentine decorations Diana.

    Hugs Diane

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  62. Gorgeous tree and... I wonder what those tattoos will look like in 50 years! Ugh...You never see pictures of old tattoos, I wonder why?

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  63. What a pretty tree! I do love pink. Yep I am definitely up for a date but I will have to bring hubby along.

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  64. I think it's a wonderful idea..so pretty and so many lovely ornaments.

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  65. I think it's perfect and if you love it, that's all that really matters! PRETTY and I LOVE PINK!

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