Tuesday, 24 April 2012

A Mess of Yellow


Springtime yellow
cheerful and uplifting


Yellow stimulates memory
and boy do I need that!


My yellow duckies cheer up any wet and rainy Springtime day


Yellow brings clarity
even to my mess of tangled thread?


Stitching on yellow cloth
made me use bright happy colours

14 comments:

  1. Funny how everyone is different. I shy away from yellow and yellow green mixes. But I'm good with yellow/red and other yellow mixes. I like some yellow flowers like forsythia and daffodils, but yellow will always be my last color of choice, unless I am working on sun art.

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    1. But after a long white winter, yellow brings life back... well perhaps any colour would!

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  2. Yellow is one of those cheering colours, good for grey rainy days!

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    1. And I keep humming the Donovan song!

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  3. Oh, the yellow background in this stitching - so fine! Yellow is a very hard color to use, I think ; well done! -sus

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    1. Yes, a whole background of yellow was a bit daunting.

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  4. The yellows are all so lovely!

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  5. captured sunshine to gladden the heart - lovely

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    1. And you captured lovely primroses I see. we used to have woodland floors covered in primroses in Southern England way back in my childhood!

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  6. Springtime and yellow just seem to go together. I've always loved yellow in a kitchen, even though that is probably not very 'current' of me.

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    1. But we don't care about being "current" do we!

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  7. Today we awoke to s-n-o-w....yuck! So nice to see your bright and shiny yellow.

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