Yes, its a cute shakers there. I too like this color pink. Cute blog Rebecca :)
You know, I think I have the same one in stripes. One is clear with green and one is clear with red and the tops are green or red. But the pink is Fabulous! And I agree, you can't beat pink!My mother had an all pink kitchen, and bathroom - And I thought they were stupid. sigh. Now I can't find enough pink and I have to pay for them! Youth is wasted on the young :)Tracy
It's great to find another fan of PINK! The salt and pepper shakers that I use by the stove are pink Depression glass. Yours would be great to use at the table. Your email isn't visible, darn it! I have been surfing around here and I fell in love with your house. (my house is only about 2 years older than yours). I would LOVE to talk to you about your gable trim.
This is one adorable pink shaker! I love to find ones that are simple in their design. Very 50's to me!!! Happy VTT!
OH that's funny! I have a similar orphan pink shaker in my shop. I wonder why they are all alone.
So cute! I hope I find some shakers just like this one day. They'd look fabulous in my pink and aqua kitchen!!
I think my grandmother had a set like that. How sweet, hmmm pink glitter in a pink shaker, I need to go to the thrift store...lol
Yes, I see them everywhere I go. Nothing like this one. They are making so many unique ones now. But, still like the older ones best.
Maybe it's the flesh tone pink color or angle of the picture, but do you find yourself giggling a bit when you look at the salt shaker? I know, I know, Suzanne will ask me never to leave comments again. cJoy
Fred (Galbreath) and I are going to lunch at The Oilfield after we stop in Grandview at the cemetery. So going through between 1030-1130. If I see any signs of life we will stop!!!!
Yes, C. Joy! I had the same reaction!
It is totally cute and not at all common here in Australia! Perfect pink! X