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This is the first month we are moving beyond Roy G Biv. It's time for PINK!
Personally, I'm not the biggest fan of PINK but I do have a favorite PINK teapot and...we still have our vintage Formica counters (also PINK). So for some fun, I photographed the one on the other.
My Nanny Schein (my Mom's mom) had a tea cup collection which I inherited. My grandmother was not shy about PINK...she had a PINK kitchen!
It occurred to me that there is PINK in my everyday life...all those PINK Speedball Speedy Carve blocks that I enjoy carving and printing.
I used one of those blocks for my PINK flamingo fabric...
And others for this piece from my Joie de Vivre series.
I couldn't resist these PINK flamingos that I pass by whenever I go out for a neighborhood walk.
And I DID resist the yummy-smelling donuts being concocted in this bright PINK donut truck!
Where did you find PINK this month?
Post up to five PINK photos on your blog by Saturday midnight (Eastern USA time) and leave a comment here or on Jennifer Coyne Qudeen's blog. We'll link to your post to share your pretty in PINK photos!
Visit Jennifer's blog for vacation PINKS.
Maya at Million Little Stitches has another delightful collection--this month it's luscious PINKS.
Sharmon at True Adventures of an Art Addict has some beautiful floral PINK. Good luck finding that dress!
Margaret at Charlton Stitcher has some lovely gentle PINKS from the the Rococo Garden, in Painswick, Gloucestershire.
Mary Ann at Blue Sky Dreaming has some mixed-media PINKS.
Lisa at arzigogolare has some delicious PINKS.
Yarngoddess has some wonderful craft store PINKS.
Eric at Cerulean is sneaking in with some digital PINKS...thanks for joining us!
The Search continues through the end of the year:
September 18: Black
October 16: White
November 20: Brown
December 18: Blogger's Choice