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Add A Little Colour to Your Day

 

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In theory I have created two diptychs and not mosaics but it is all I have today.  The world around is mostly white now in winter so a little colour purchased from the grocery store is what I surround myself in to perk me up.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Hope your world is a little colourful today too.

 

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We are on the same page :) It is white here too but I have little crocuses growing in a dutch shoe for color and sanity :)
Jeanne said…
Thank good ness for the flowers at the grocery. I just bought myself some yesterday, and see that 3 other bloggers have had the same idea. Hope spring comes soon!
This is so creative! I would love to make some of these with the photos I take. I'll try! Sweet hugs!
Cathy Keller said…
Lovely!!! Have a great day!
Lisa Gordon said…
I really love these colors, Valerie, and the way you presented these here.

We are once again covered in white, and unfortunately in the deep freeze. The white is much better than the gray, but I sure can do without this bitter cold.
Very nice Val, we'll take colour any way we can!
Judith
Lorrie said…
Whether mosaics or diptychs, your images are beautiful. Full of vibrant colour which is so needed during these winter months.
Best colors on a cold winter day! Love this!!
eileeninmd said…
Lovely flowers and colors. Beautiful images. Enjoy your new ahead!
Pondside said…
I'd have picked the same colours - they drive away the January doldrums!
Poppy said…
The new 'take' on mosaic! These are stunning, love the boldness of the beautiful flowers and their complementary hues!!

Poppy
EG CameraGirl said…
I think you've found a great way to brighten your day!
podso said…
Beautiful colors--and thanks for brightening my day!
My favorite color combos bright pink, and lively green. Bring on spring.

Jen
Nancy Claeys said…
Thank you for adding some color to this dreary winter day. xo
It is snowing again...yea, thank you for the colours!
Those are beautiful Valerie.
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Very Pretty! I needed to see flowers.
Temps dropping as I type - suppose to drop to 18 tonight. I need warmth.
Jill Harrison said…
I think you deserve to buy yourself some floral colour to brighten your day.
Have a wonderful week and thank you for stopping by my blog this week.
I like you perky diptychs, we all need some color this white time:)

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