Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Pink Tombstones

I saw that Target had some pink tombstones in their ad for $10.00-another pink halloween item, but I live an hour from a Target store- I could have them shipped, but then I remembered that I have several of these styrofoam tombstones already. I don't use them in my yard because they blow away and I've almost gotten rid of them several times. Glad I didn't! I can use them when I go camping for my pink Hallween. Went out and bought some pink florescent paint-still need to do some coloring in for details with black paint or marker, but they'll do nicely~!

Before I'm joining Shabby Chic Cottage for Transformation Thursday at http://www.theshabbychiccottage.net/ and Beverly at http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/ for Pink Saturday!

25 comments:

  1. Too cute! I like them painted much better pink. Thanks for visiting my blog yesterday. It's always a treat to stop over here and see what you are up to!
    Roselle

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  2. Ha that was perfect Rebecca...I have to say, they look darn cute!

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  3. Those tombstones are neat! Thanks for stopping by, I like pink too!

    Rondell

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  4. Wow, I'm loving the pink tombstones, great idea!

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  5. Hi Rebecca,
    Oh how wonderful! Love your pink tombstone recreations.
    Your blog is fantastic and I have so enjoyed visiting you and meeting you.
    Thank you for stopping by my barn party too and leaving your kind comment.

    I look forward to visiting you again. Till then, have a great day and special weekend.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  6. Does the RIP stand for "REST IN PINK"?
    very cool,
    gail

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  7. Wow! those are the first pink tombstones I have ever seen. Sooooo cool! Kit

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  8. Love the pink tombstones! I think everything looks better in pink don't you? I like what Gail asked! LOL Have a lovely day!
    Happy PS
    Denise

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  9. Those tombstones look much better pink! Maybe you could find a metal rod or a big wood dowel, stick them in the bottom of the styrofoam and put the other end in the ground? Might keep them from blowing away like they have in the past.

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  10. Now that's cute. What a fun idea!

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  11. oohhhh love it!! I have two here in my garage that I think will get this same make over!Thanks for the idea!! Happy PS!
    -April

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  12. you know, you just gave me an idea!! I have an old witch that I put out every year on my front porch, she'll be wearing pink this year along with a pink broom, I'll have to get some spray paint to make it happen.

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  13. Wanted to come in and wish you a very Happy Pink Saturday. I have never seen pink tombstones, but those are very shabby cute. Char

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  14. Oh my gosh! Those are awesome!! Too cute! Thanks for the comments on my blog too! It is so nice to have blog friends!

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  15. Too cute! Maybe a few feathers, some old lace....love it! Happy belated pink Saturday!

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  16. Ok, you've inspired me (again). I believe I have a couple of halloween plastic skulls lurking in the garage...I do believe they will be pink by weeks end! Perhaps glitter?
    Licks & Wags,
    Niki

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  17. A pink Halloween!! What a fabulous idea! I have enjoyed visiting your blog!
    blessings,
    Holly

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  18. Thank you so much for stopping by. We were thinking about adding a stove, but don't have a lot of space with all the windows and doors. I love the idea of a new house, but know it impossible to build a house with all the charm of old ones. I'm sure you understand where I'm coming from having an old house as well. They really don't make them like they used to!

    Keep the pink-o-ween coming. LOVE IT!

    Have a great week!
    Rebecca

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  19. these came out so cute!I've noticed Halloween is going a bit glam now...I love it!!!

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  20. ...how fun are these? Yes, I saw all the pink halloween at target, even a pink glittered skeleton!!
    xo, Rosemary

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  21. How fun! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my pink post. I love having visitors and especially if you leave a comment! Come back again sometime! Sandi

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  22. Hey! Thanks for stopping by BenderOak Gifts, I totally appreciate it. These are absolutely adorable, I love the idea. My Boyfriend and I have some of these from last halloween. I'm so tempted to do this, but I'm pretty sure all my stuff will end up on the front lawn along with some Spooky-Hot Pink and Turquoise Headstones once my boyfriend finds out, lol!

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