Here's one located in the Algiers Point neighborhood. Algiers Point is across the Mississippi River from the French Quarter. The neighborhood was one of the first suburbs of New Orleans and retains a great deal of its historic charm.
As an antidote to cabin fever, Dear Husband and I decided to head out into the fog this morning for breakfast and an estate sale. Enroute to our breakfast destination I spied this beauty and DH obligingly snapped a picture for me. Two houses in pink and green - it must be a sign!
This week's house is full of fabrics from doll quilts I've made for various young ladies over the years. I'm not entirely happy with the roof fabric, but it was the best scrap for the job.
The inclement weather was a good excuse to stay home the rest of the day and work on quilt projects. More pink leader-ender spools were added to the pile!
I've not yet checked out today's entries for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I was saving all the pink links until I finished my own, so I'm off for some fun blog reading via Soscrappy's link-up!