Saturday, February 6, 2010

HAPPY PINK SATURDAY - MOSAIC Tray

Its PINK Saturday again hosted by the mostest Beverly from HowSweetTheSound. Be sure to click back to Beverly to see all the other PINK participants today.
Today I'm showing you the PINKness of the mosaic broken china wooden tray I have almost completed. I used 2 different patterned china. I have to say it was a bit easier doing the cutting and piecing this time, easier than the last, first time. I've finished up the mosaic part and I've

primed it with white paint. Unfortunately I just can't finish painting it right now so that I could show it complete for this Saturday. But I think you can imagine it'll look better with one more coat of white paint. This seems to be the kind of project that you work on sort of holding your breath and hoping at the end it will be alright. I haven't been able to tell yet while working on it.
See all the prettyness PINKness in the plates even though they are broken?

I've added a new picture today because I decided to put my Target birdies into it along with my napkin holder. They are sitting at the table so proudly in their new tray....

The Draw for my Giveaway will be tomorrow morning....See Sidebar to enter....

Happy PINK Saturday...have a great day! ... Judi xoxo

17 comments:

Marilyn said...

That tray is G O R G E O U S!! My, you are so creative and the idea is ingenious. Is it hard to do? Does it take forever? How do you break the china? In other words, are you going to do a tutorial? Just love it. I see lots of lonely china pieces at yard sales. Wouldn't they love to become something as beautiful as your tray?
I hope your weekend is good. Today should be ok here but not tomorrow. My son in MD is having LOTS of snow.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Gorgeous tray! You are very talented. Please stop by and visit me at Debbie-Dabble
Debbie

Libby said...

Beautiful tray!! You have done a wonderful job on it!
Have a great weekend!
Libby

The Artful Paper Doll said...

Hi Judi,

I think you are doing a beautiful job on the tray so far and yes, I can see the pink in the broken plates. This project is so pretty. Have faith that it will turn out marvelously.

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

Cheers! =D
~Kitty Kellie

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Very pretty, Judi! A real work of art!

Happy Pink Saturday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Terri Morse said...

Judi, your tray is lovely! It's sooo cottage chic. I've been collecting a lot of vintage china myself. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Stop by if you can for a visit. Terri

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Gracie Jewellery said...

Wonderful Tray! Good Job! Happy Pink Saturday.Please don't forget to visit me. It will be your only chance to enter my giveaway.
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Julie said...

Oh, I like this tray even more than your first one! You are getting better at this art!!! It is just gorgeous, Judi!!! Lovely Valentines gift, it would make, eh????? Even if to your own self!!! :)

Cottage Rose said...

Oh Judi; Your tray is looking so pretty... Love the pattern on the plates you are using... your birdies look so happy sitting there...

Happy Pink Saturday.

Hugs;
Alaura

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Judi,
Love the pink mosaic tray.
That would look supurb in my kitchen. lol
Hugs,
Anna

Theresa said...

Gorgeous Judi! I think it is soooo pretty with the birds added and napkin holder! Great job.

Heidi Pocketbook said...

Judi, that tray is lovely! I second the motion of seeing a tutorial :-)

Hope your internet is feeling better soon.

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CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

i absolutely love this broken china tray....i've always wanted to do this myself...but I never have any broken china to work with! lol and I don't want to break my lovely collection...yikes!

i will follow ... please do come see me too...
ciao

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