This color combination reminds me of the wide open skies that I grew up with in the mid-west.
I remember watching puffy white clouds sail from one horizon to the other on hot breezy summer days.
What a lovely visual reminder that before long it will be summer again – Happy 1st Day of Spring! – March 20th.
The darker blue is Red Heart Super Saver ‘Light Periwinkle’. Sorry, I don’t have names for any of the other colors, but I think just about any light blue, light yellow and white would do.
Oh, yay! My phone let me log in! Linda, I have been reading every post. It’s awesome! Thank you so much for sharing all your creative adventures! Your entryway looks FANTASTIC!!!!! Now, I want to go looking for some cabinets! Lol!
I grew up in the midwest, too! This ripple does, indeed, recall summer days spent lying on my back watching those puffy clouds floating above.
Glad to hear you’ve been able to catch up with all I’ve been doing. My craft room has been a busy, busy place lately!!
Thank You! It’s fun sharing my projects with you, but nothing beats the Ta-Dah! moment of a complex one like our Entryway! I admire and enjoy using it every day.
Linda, Verneta, Karen. . . that makes three. Any more midwesterners out there?
Beautiful … so relaxing …. laying on the grass and looking up to the sky and clouds and the sun! What state in the Midwest? I grew up in Nebraska and now live in Tennessee.
I haven’t made it to Nebraska yet, but we’ve visited Tennessee a few times. Love the Smokies!
Hello and Thank You!
ooh, another very pretty one!
OH – absolutely lovely!! I always love every ripple you make – but this is in the top 10 of the list as one of my favorites – so far…………Keep up the great work Linda!
I’m so happy that you still enjoy seeing each new ripple. 🙂
Are you kidding? I LOVE seeing your ripple of the week every week! I’m still amazed at how you’re able to create such lovely ripples out of nothing every week!
I grew up in the Port Huron area. 😉
And I’m amazed that it’s still Fun! lol.
Lucky you – there was a Mary Maxim store in Port Huron! Did you ever go there for yarn or other craft supplies?
We didn’t make the hour’s drive very often when I was a kid, but I remember some great shopping trips.