Saturday, January 30, 2010

Introducing Hazel for PINK SATURDAY

This week I'm introducing you to Hazel and her friend. Hazel was the centerpiece at a Christmas doll luncheon that I went to in December of 2008. Much to my surprise I won this beautiful doll. Hazel was made by Pat Black and she was also our table hostess. She is a very talented lady. Look at Hazel's adorable face and how beautifully it's painted. See her dress with the PINK ribbons and trim. I'm afraid my photography skills do not do this doll justice. She's sitting in a trunk that was covered with brocade fabric on the outside and the inside is decorated with lots of cute accessories.

Everyone at the table received a miniature version of the center piece. This was the one I received. As I recall some were sleeping and some were awake. Mine was taking a snooze. She also has PINK ribbons and trim.

And in this picture you can see the outside of the trunk and the beautiful brocade fabric with plenty of PINK.
It was a dark, yucky day outside and I'm afraid my pictures turned out a little dark. I had these dolls sitting on the dining room table right under the light. I thought the light and the flash would make the pictures a little brighter, but it didn't.

For a list of this week's PINK SATURDAY participants and for information on how you can join in the fun go to Beverly's blog by clicking on the PINK SATURDAY logo on my sidebar, or clicking here.
Last week I enjoyed visiting Betty at She's Sew Pretty. Drop by and check out her creative blog.

Thank you Beverly for hosting this weekly event.


  1. 'Morning Betty and Happy Pink Saturday! What exquisite dollies! They really are beautiful! I love dolls myself. Thanks for sharing and have a lovely weekend.


  2. Beautiful doll. The treasure box is gorgeous. Happy Pink Saturday.

  3. Happy Pink Saturday!

    Beautiful dolls!

    ~ Gabriela ~

  4. Happy PINK Saturday
    Your pink babies are beautiful. Hazel is lovely. Aren't you lucky to have won her...and you know the lady who made her.
    Thank you for sharing the story with us also.
    It was nice having you come and visit. I am having a Giveaway if you didn't notice do come back and check my sidebar...
    have a lovely PINK Saturday

  5. How very, very, very cute!

  6. What a beautiful post. The Doll and treasurebox are so fabulous. Happy Pink Saturday. Grace

  7. Pink Saturday is such a fun time of the week for me in the wintertime. Michigan winters are not only cold, they are very gray and today is no exception to the rule.

    Thank you so much for sharing your blog this Pink Saturday and for making my day brighter and pinker and more fun!☺

    What an exquisite doll! My gosh, you must ♥ her to pieces!

    ♥Wishing you sunshine surrounded by those you love today, tomorrow and always♥

  8. These are the kind of dolls I loved to get as a child. So pretty. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Day.

  9. Betty, What bautiful dolls and how lucky you were to win one.

    Hope it is warmer in your part of Texas.

  10. KeitherM9:11 PM

    Any updates on Keith? I really look forward to those.

  11. Thank you for your comment KeitherM. Let's'd like an update on my favorite son Keith? Sorry, no time. I'm in the middle of something real's called Pink Saturday. :)

  12. I just thought of something KeitherM. Dress up in something pink this coming week and send me a picture. Then watch next Saturday for my Pink Saturday post. :)

  13. Your dolls and the trunks are beautiful! That must have been some luncheon! I'm so glad that you shared your lovely pinks with us today.

  14. I adore your beautiful dolls! Your photos are great despite the darkness. When you are in your photo program do you have a tab that says "fix" on the toolbar? Have a wonderful Sunday! Kerrie

  15. Hi Betty,

    The dolls are gorgeous as is the trunk. Not to worry about the photography. I think they are beautiful. :)

    Sending belated magical fairy wishes for a
    .•*˙˙*•.HaPPy PiNk SaTuRdaY!.•*˙˙*•.

    Cheers! =D
    ~Kitty Kellie

  16. I too, have a great reverance for older persons and for things left behind. It makes me sad to see old photos of people I do not know in the antique stores as I wonder who they were, what their lives were like. Like the Home and Garden Channel's If walls could talk. Hugs, Kerrie

  17. Just this week I was thinking about this luncheon. I came to check your blog and this popped up in the I might also like spot! It is hard to believe that was way back in 2008!


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