Oh my gosh! Peace Wallpaper!

Oh my gosh! Peace Wallpaper!

I am SO excited to finally start profiling some of the fun ‘Three Lines and a Circle’ things I’ve been working on these past 6 months celebrating expressions of PEACE.  (BTW – If you aren’t a subscriber yet don’t wait to sign up and start receiving weekly Peace Posts to give you encouragement and inspiration.)

I’ve been super busy at work developing new lines of PEACE inspired products –  One of which is this new line of Print On Demand Wallpaper!  I absolutely LOVE this stuff!  Who doesn’t want to paper their walls in PEACE?!

This wallpaper comes in 2′ wide rolls in smooth and woven finish.  Click below to learn more!

Spring Tulips Color Palette

Spring Tulips Color Palette

It doesn’t get more magical than this!  The gardens of Roozengaarde in Skagit Valley, Washington.  I’m definitely going to be ordering some bulbs from them in the future – check out their website and peruse their gallery images.  It’s pretty spectacular, what a magical place. 

I need to credit my Aunt and Uncle for these images – they are lucky enough to live nearby and walk the gardens every season.  My uncle’s words to describe the gardens and the beautiful people responsible for its creation were, “They are painters, and their paints happen to be tulips and flowers.”  He also added, “Van Gogh would have camped out here each Spring”.  I completely agree!  You know you’re in a special place when Buddhist Monks take selfies. 

Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year

Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year

I’m celebrating LIVING CORAL today!  Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year. 

For the most part I have LOVED each year’s choice by Pantone (though I was not a big fan of 2002’s True Red – which seemed boring to me, or 2006’s Sand Dollar for the same reason).  This year, however, is absolutely NOT boring. 

Living Coral 16-1546 is a spectacular hue for today’s transitioning culture and its desire to bring in the ‘Light’ and push out the ‘Dark’.  As stated by Pantone “Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment”It welcomes and encourages lightheared activity and symbolizes our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits.  It embodies our desire for playful expression.

Learn more HERE

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