I have been reflecting on colors lately for no other reason than I am weird that way! We all have our favorites - mine being red. My daughter that just got married is the same. We joke that you could put any car in the color red and we would love it. Same with kitchen appliances. But for clothing I gravitate to black or white. She gravitates to bright earthy tones. That is one of the reasons she chose the wedding colors that she did!
My reflection on color though has more to do with stamping and cards. For example this card uses masculine colors. Make it with Pink Pirouette and you would think of baby girls. Most of my daughter's wedding cards were white or mostly white. Sympathy cards: Subdued colors. Where am I going with this? Nowhere really. As a visual person, color is very important to me and that is one of the things I love about stamping and Stampin' Up! The colors that we have available to us are so much fun to play with!!
Stamps: Established Elegance, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Basic Gray, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Basic Gray, Whisper White
Paper: Cherry Cobbler Color Pack
Other: Big Shot, Scallop Square Duo Bigz die, sponge, Word Window Punch
Update on my family: The newlyweds are back from their honeymoon and are now safely in Iowa where they will be living. I live in Massachusetts so we will be 1200 miles (22 hour drive) apart. :( Her sisters live in Ohio so they will "only" be 600 miles (9 hour drive) apart. We already have our next visit planned!! And my eldest daughter is continuing to heal from her fractured pelvis and doing well. She is able to ride horses again which is much sooner than the doctor expected. But he gave her the go ahead so I can't worry about it. And I am happy to be back into my normal routines. So is Gideon, our cat as you can see.
I took this picture of him relaxing in my ribbon box on my craft table. He doesn't fit at all but it is where he has slept while I stamp ever since he was a baby.
He grew a little since this picture. Lol. But he still insists he can fit in my ribbon box. Who am I to argue?
Thanks for stopping!