Wednesday, February 16

Honeysuckle, who knew?



When the winds were howling in January and the snow was higher than my dog, I was dreaming of Spring. I was dreaming of pink, not a normal color for me.
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Little did I know, Pantone was also dreaming of pink. Honeysuckle, pink. Not that honeysuckle that grows among the pines in delicate shades of cream and yellow, but a lovely pink. It seems that the honeysuckle that grows in Russia is actually pink.
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So, after the dreaming and a bit of scheming, I have a new banner on my website and in my etsy shop . The pink has even crept into my logo. I ordered new pink boxes to accompany the green along with some new floral tissue paper.
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I was going to wait until the official first day of spring to unveil the new look, but the groundhog told me spring is just around the corner. So, today is the day.
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Ah, spring.
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Now, go kiss the ones you love,
xoSherry

9 comments:

Tatter Beans said...

Loving the new banners... totally loving them...

Mary Andrews said...

Love the new banners too - really eye catching!

Sherry said...

Thank you both, very much. Truth be told we still have a foot of snow on the ground, but the sun is shining and I am hopeful.

Mary said...

so lovely! thanks for the little breath of spring. i have started a new blog by the way ;-)

BlackStar said...

Love the Spring look!
Yesterday I started to think about changing mine for early Spring. Guess I'm not alone. :)

Ginny Huber said...

Here's to our new look! It is marvelous...and impressive that you could see through to spring with all that snow still around!! I, too, have been into pink- (honeysuckle, who knew, as you say)and greens in my latest felting projects..

Sarah Knight said...

Lovely : )
I am so ready for spring!

Scott Bulger Photography said...

The new boxes look great Sherry!

Carol Emma said...

Love the banner! And the pink boxes are delicious! While normally not a pink person myself, I have to say a bit of pink sure can brighten up a day :)