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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Pink Saturday ~ January 15, 2011

Happy Pink Saturday! Please visit our Pink Saturday hostess Beverly at "How Sweet The Sound" say hello and check out all the P.S. links.

I'm having a give-away on Monday, Come back Monday to help me celebrate a special milestone.

Scroll down to find PINK ICE! Every winter someone colors the ice that forms on this mountain of rocks near our home.  



18 comments:

  1. Happy Pink Saturday Linda,
    It has been a long time since I saw that done. It made some body happy to do it and I hope they used something safe for the fish...wink
    I love your pillow you completed for your etsy shop.
    Have a Sugar Sweet Day
    Simply Debbie

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  2. Pretty! That's neat that someone has that fun tradition!

    HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
    Sarah

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  3. Now doesn't that look pretty!? Wonder if they use food colouring? :)
    Thanks for dropping by Linda and for the lovely well wishes for my auction.
    Hopefully I'll remember to drop by here on Monday! Sounds intriquing! xoxo

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  4. I've never seen ice coloring before, but it is truly gorgeous as is your swan pillow - very beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us and Happy Pink Saturday to uou!

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  5. How creative! Never seen anyone color ice before. Pretty! Happy PS! And thanks for the follow back and your sweet comments on my blog!

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  6. How very unique and pretty. Never seen anything like that. Puts a little color into the scenery.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Cindy

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  7. Too funny! When I was in college someone would do that to the fountains on campus. It was always fun to see what color they would be! Happy Pink Saturday!!

    ~Trisha

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  8. Oh wow, Linda, this is amazing!!! Thanks so much for sharing it!

    Happy Pink Saturday to you!

    XO
    Cindy

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  9. Now that is really cool!!

    HPS!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  10. Drop on by my site. We think alike. I found some pink icicles and posted them. rofl
    Joyce M

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  11. That is so cool! I will do that with our icicles next time I have a chance
    :)Cindy

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  12. When I first saw the photos I thought you were playing with Photoshop like I am doing at the moment. Then I read and discovered people were doing the coloring. This is a neat idea and I know a lot of fun. The end product hurts no one and is festive and colorful. HPS

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  13. Hi Linda,
    When you get a chance, could you hop over to my blog for a sec?
    XO

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  14. Hi Linda, i came over from Cindys blog. Oh wow !! coloured ice waterfall .... whoever does that is very creative. great photo's
    Hugs June xxx

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  15. Visiting you from Cindy's. Wow, I have never seen such beautiful ice! Jut gorgeous, and so ethereal looking!!

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  16. Hi Linda, i just popped back to say thank you for your lovely words on my blog.It will be lovely if you joined in the challenge on the dezinaworld blog and I so appreciate your words about my copd problems
    hugs June x

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  17. I am not sure how they do that, but it truly makes for a lovely icy sight. What a neat and different post.

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  18. This is SO Cool! We have the icefields up here and I've never seen anyone do this. Maybe I'll need to get my climbing gear and some food colouring...lol

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