Sunday, January 3, 2010

Silver Sunday

From now until February 7th the Second Hand Chicks will be participating in the Silver Sunday Blog Party hosted by Gypsy Fish Journal. Click on this link if you'd like to particpate or if you just want to check out all the silvery posts by your fellow bloggers.

Pretty little silver pinecones, glistening in the freshly fallen snow. Nothing captures the still beauty of winter quite like these small shiny gems.

Despite the fact that I don't care for the long and cold winters here in Utah, I have to remind myself to embrace the simple beauty that the season brings.
Thanks, Beth for hosting Silver Sunday!
Love, Kelly


  1. You have definetly embraced the beauty! So chic an so snowy! THanks for joining!
    See you next week
    {{gypsy hugs}}

  2. Ahhh, these are so lovely. Thanks for sharing.
    I am signing up to follow ...come see me and we'll follow ea other.....:) You have a delightful blog..
    xo bj

  3. So pretty. They look like they were dipped in mercury glass.

  4. You just made winter look beautiful here in Utah with the silver pinecones...this should be fun!

  5. The silver pinecones are a wonderful touch of winter. Your pictures really captured the beauty of the silver. Great job.

  6. WOW they are beautiful... what great pictures.... TFS on SS

  7. These are the prettiest pinecones I've ever seen, very nice!


  8. I have to agree about the cold winters! When I was at my sister's house in Tooele last week it snowed so hard!

  9. Crazy for pinecones, and silver pinecones are just fabulous! Thanks for sharing ~ Angela

  10. I love your silver pinecones. I'm off to find silver acorns now. Or perhaps silver seashells. That would be lovely. Thanks for the inspiration.

  11. those are so adorable! Did you paint them or find them that way? I am really loving silver this year! Also love the post on shopping @ DI! We lived in SLC for a time & I loved shopping there & other thrift stores! They have the best thrift stores...esp. for kids! Your girls are too cute!

    Thanks for stopping by my site~ I know what you mean about the "untraining" w/ the doxies.....ours seems to do that each winter as well ... argh! If they weren't SO DARN CUTE!?! huh? :-)