Thursday, January 28, 2010

The New Year has started off really busy at our house and I have unfortunately not been able to blog much. And now cheerleading competitions have started, so pretty much every weekend we will be on the road to another competition. My daughter's squad is doing wonderfully. They placed first for their division in their first competition. It is so amazing how hard they train and the stunts they do. I have heard it said "If cheerleading was any easier, they'd call it football!" Hee, hee! We are super proud of her! :)

I did want to share a few things I have been working on. I will be listing them in the store soon. These are an assortment of hearts with clay roses for Valentine's Day or any time of the year.
Do you prefer to decorate with pink for Valentine's Day or red?

Hope you have a beautiful day!

10 comments:

Karyn @ Candarbry Garden said...

Hi Mary, you were missed! Personally, I prefer to decorate for valentines (and every holiday) with purple, but with how pretty your little roses are, I could be pursueded to use pink! Pretty eye candy! Karyn

stefanie said...

I love Valentines DAy, my wedding anniverary, but I haven't made anything, like you, my kids keep me too busy!!! I love your pinks with roses, have a wonderful weekend!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Mary Sweetie...
Thanks for stopping by and I am so thrilled that my hands post touched you heart. We love writing things that touch others in a special way.

Well "Go" Cheerleaders. Sounds like you have your work cut out for you. Snapping away with photos for memories. I am sure you are getting some phenomenal photos of the girls. Please share soon. I would love to see them.

Have a beautiful weekend. Find you a little craft that you can work on while on the road. In between your daughter's performance, it would keep your hands busy.

See ya soon. Country hugs and much love...Sherry

Vicki said...

Oh, Mary, those hearts are so luscious! I love everything about them!! I am a pink girl, but I also love red for Valentines. Congratulations to the cheerleaders! All of their hard work is paying off!! Thank you so much for stopping by to help me celebrate my birthday! Have a fun filled weekend! Vicki

Barbara Jean said...

Hi Mary,

Thanks for coming by and leaving me a note. =0))

I love your pink hearts. I love to decorate with pink, but at the store also do red. It just kind of perks the place up in winter.

Blessings and have a great weekend.
barbara jean

PS love your little Valentines on your sidebar.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Mary: Your valentines are beautiful. I love all the pink. Have a great weekend. Wishing your daughter the best! Blessings, Martha

Diane said...

Beautiful Ceramic Hearts, wow they look like a lot of work! Thanks for stopping by, it was sure nice. Hugs, Diane

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Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Hi Mary,
How beautiful and feminine those hearts are! I love hearts and I love pink! You have such a gift. Thank you for sharing your pretties. Have a lovely evening.

Blessings,
Sandi

Terry said...

Hi Mary,
My Granddaughter is a cheerleader and my other Granddaughter plays basketball so she is forever running to one game or another. I bet you are run ragged.