Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Fountain of red

I saw this beautiful fountain of red (punch) at my friends house. It was her son's birthday and I didn't wait for another time I took a picture immediately. I might forget to take a photo when everybody starts to have fun.
                                           Linking this post at Watery Wednesday and Rednesday
              

16 comments:

ewok1993 said...

that has all the holiday feel to it. love this post.

Donnie said...

That is really gorgeous and perfect for Rednesday. Have a great day Kim.

Pam said...

The red adds a festive color to the fountain.

George said...

I'm glad you took this picture. It's very appropriate for the season and is also very beautiful.

jeannette said...

Wow, she must have big parties:) Beautiful and delicious!

craftyles said...

I've never seen a punch fountain before, and it's really pretty and festive for the season.

Evelyn said...

Wow! I am imagining it filled with chocolate!

Mel Alarilla said...

Yes, it's a beautiful punch bowl and in flaming red at that. It looks so refreshing that one would want to take a sip of the punch. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

LV said...

That is a truly red punch bowl. Just perfect for this time of year. I enjoyed your blog and your visit to my place. No, the mudrooms are not eatable.

Ann said...

I guess it works like a chocolate fountain

lina@women's perspectives said...

Very interesting... I want to have one :)

Thanks for your visit and comment. Have a great day...

eden said...

This is nice for this Christmas. My first time to see like this. Great shot.

Sorry for my late visit. I had a problem with my pc but glad it was fixed by hubby.

NatureFootstep said...

wow, I have never seen anything liek this. Very glad you posted it so I could see it. And the color of the liquid even made it better. :)

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Denise Marie said...

great shot...I think that way too.

Irene said...

Interesting :o)