Tuesday, 10 June 2008

My Pink and Red Day (55)


 Natalie, at Cinderberry Stitches, has given herself a daily colour challenge and invited others to join in. So, better late than never, here's a few things for my Pink and Red Day. The strawberries are the first pick from the plants in our garden. I can't wait to try them, with a little sugar and greek yoghurt. Yummy! I love my ancient pink leather flip-flops and wish I could find some more. They're the only sandals I can wear because of their extremely high instep. The curtains are in our dining room and match the wallpaper frieze; lovely material and a lucky find. The red heart boxes were at one time full of chocolates and Valentine's gifts from DH. They now house some of my embroidery threads. The plant is one that DH found in the garden centre called Amanda. 

I hope you can see the photographs on your blog. I have just downloaded Picasa for Mac (thank you to Helz at Blue Shadow Pony for her advice) and had a go. It's a new technique to play with so you might see some more photos for different colours in the next couple of days. I seem to have ended up with my signature at the top! Better luck next time.

5 comments:

Amelia said...

Great selection of red and pink...the flowers are my favorte picture.

Have a great week!

Amelia

Lynn said...

I'm impressed with your slide show. You really must be good at techy stuff to do that. I like your layout for the strawberry crush. I think I am going to do a straight set too. Like you I think my fabric was too busy. But I decided to push forward with it. It was fun doing the mystery and participating all those weeks.

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

uh-oh folks! She's going "techie" on us :0)
The photos turned out just fine and I was able to view them. Can't wait to see what you'll do next

Kay said...

You are so creative with your blog. Once I'm done with our move, I'd like to learn more about how to do stuff on the blog. It sure does keep your brain moving.

Julie said...

This is wonderful - I'm anxious to see your future colored days - reminds me of a Dr. Seuss book.

Julie in Oregon