Thursday

Show and Tell - Yellow Rose Window


Time for Kelli's Show and Tell - http://www.kellishouse.blogspot.com/ I'm combining Show and Tell with a contest I'm in today. http://countingyourblessings.blogspot.com/ is having a contest with blogs showing yellow rose items. I collect yellow rose things and have so many I've been showing them since Monday. I invite you to see all my collection too.

My husband made the stained glass window shown above. It is in the guest bathroom in our home. He learned to do stained glass just so he could make this for me! I just love it!! Thanks, Sweetie!

I have always loved yellow roses. My prom corsage was yellow roses. My wedding bouquet was yellow roses. My husband brings me yellow roses often.

I became a yellow rose collector later in life, just couldn't resist most items with yellow roses. A lot of my collection are gifts from family and friends. When I started collecting tea cups, after I had so many I decided to only buy cups and saucers with yellow roses on them. I hope you enjoy my collection shown below. I have a few items in several rooms of the house, I have shown them grouped together in separate rooms.

32 comments:

Tashasc30 said...

beautiful!!

ellen b said...

What a fun theme for collecting. The stained glass window is wonderful...

Cathy said...

Everything is so pretty, especially all your beautiful tea cups! What a fun and unique collection! Great share!

Cathy :)

Penless Thoughts said...

I am a lover of stained glass pieces. I have two of them. This yellow rose is very pretty.
Susan

Mica Garbarino said...

I can totally see your yellow rose theme. The window is a beautiful masterpiece. Very nice.
Mica

Hootin'Anni said...

OMG --OMGoodness!!! That is just soooooooo super. There is just more than beauty in this work of art!!!! It's made by your hubby, that is just sooooooo sweet!!!

Sophie Honeysuckle said...

Wow- what a beautiful collection! You surely deserve to win, I have never seen so many lovely yellow roses!xx

Becky said...

That is just beautiful. He is talented. I love yellow roses by the way. They are my favorite kind.

nannykim said...

nice, but I want to know how many yellow cup things you have!!! I imagine your house as a teapot!!!
'-)

Sharon said...

How pretty! How wonderful that your husband made it! You have a very lovely Blog!

Blessings! Sharon

Lori said...

Your stained glass window is beautiful.

LBP said...

What a talented husband! The window is so beautiful!

Linda

Lady_MSnow said...

That is gorgeous. Yellow roses are my favorite!

Adrienne said...

What a masterpiece! Your stained glass is just gorgeous but so special because your hubby made it for you. My sweetheart has done that with other things - the love and thoughtfulness they put into their handmade gifts for us are worth more than words can express. I, too, and a lover of yellow roses. Yours are just fantastic! ~Adrienne~

PEA said...

Your hubby did a beautiful job making this stained glass window...it's gorgeous!! I've just read your previous posts and I am amazed at all the yellow rose items you have, all so delightful!!

Barbara H. said...

How sweet that your husband not only made this for you, but learned how just so he could. It's gorgeous!! I enjoyed looking through your yellow rose collection. I have all boys, so the picture of the boy with the roses does something to my heart, too. I love roses, only I collect pink ones.

Kelly said...

Katherine,

Your husband is very talented - the window is breath-taking!!!! I have a dress blouse with yellow roses on it and adore it. ;)

Susie said...

It's beautiful! I know how much love and hard work went into that piece as my husband does stained glass too. Aren't we lucky to have such talented husbands!
:)

Rebekah S. said...

Thanks for sharing!

Counting Your Blessings said...

Holy cowmoly!! You have such a wonderful house full of roses. I LOVE the stained glass that your hubby made. Such a great story! Everyday has been beautiful. Your dinning room has a few items that I'd like to "borrow" =) and I've decided that I need to get a few more yellow roses in my house! Blessings... Polly

Erin Earls said...

How beautiful! Yellow roses are so pretty, there just seems to be something about them that pulls you to them.
Love Erin

nannykim said...

yes, please do count the cups--hmm it may take you all weekend!!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

The yellow rose stained glass is beautiful and I fell in love with the photo of the little boy with the yellow roses. I had two little boys once (all grown up now) so I can very much relate to that adorable picture.

Kristy Jo said...

how BEAUTIFUL and so sweet that your dh made it for you!!!!!

Back Through Time said...

Your yellow roses are so so pretty!! I love that window!!
Michelle

Scrappy Moments said...

Beautiful Window and Wonderful That You have Yellow Roses in your Blog Name too. That's Just A Beautiful Window!

Angie
http://www.scrapnmomsmoments.blogspot.com/

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Okay, I counted my tea cups. I only have 49! That includes the yellow rose, the yellow depression, 12 monthly cups, 8 demi cups, 6 that I haven't shown, and a few OCR in a different style. It doesn't include the Old Country Roses cups and saucers in that set of china.

Thanks to all of you for your lovely comments on my yellow rose collection!

Katherine

Alison Gibbs said...

You have to be The Queen of Yellow Roses!
Love that window.
Alison

FarmHouse Style said...

What a collection! I simply love, love, love the embroidered towels (I am quite a fan of embroidered lines :0)
Thanks for sharing your treasures.
Rhonda

Michelle E. ~ Vintage Pastiche' said...

Thank you for showing us your rose treasures, so many beautiful things and even right down to little rose soaps! HOW CUTE!!

I'm so glad I was able to meet new people through this contest. :) Glad I popped over

*muah*
Michelle

Kelli said...

It's just beautiful! I love yellow roses too!
Kelli

Anonymous said...

I think that it was so thoughtful of Joe to learn how to do stained glass so he could make this awesome window for you. I just adore it.

Janet