Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Robin’s Egg Blue
I wish this was my front door! Or even my garden/potting shed door, if I had one! It is just so charming, romantic, girlish, and whimsical! Notice no lock either! And a bee house at the very tippy top! I hope that is a note from Peter Rabbit on the door inviting me to tea!
Definitely had to paint them in the Brushstoke and Waterlogue Apps!
Robin’s Egg Blue is one of my favorite colors! It was also known as Moonbeam Blue in the Discovery Series” and Birthday Bash Blue in the special “Colors of Binney & Smith.”
This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge!
Check out some of the other 150+ challenge participants, it’s amazing what we have done with the Crayola colors!
14 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Robin’s Egg Blue”
I absolutely love that cottage door! Gosh, I just love that whole entrance! 😀
I know, I want that little cottage in my garden! I will have to get a garden in England where all the little cottages are!
Wouldn’t that just be perfect! 😀
So charming, and i love your edits. 🙂
Thank You! Are you getting all settled in your house?
Well, I’m now very settled in the main bedroom which is our bed-sit. Hubby is still working on the living area, and the kitchen may be the last room to be completed. I’m loving everything he’s done so far. 🙂
I’m sure it is going to be fabulous!
Yes it is, and the main bedroom is plenty big enough to live in for now. The three bathrooms are all finished too. The other bedrooms are stuffed full of boxes and furniture. 🙂
You never know just how much stuff you have until you have to move it! My new rule, one in two out!
I am in love with that door! So pretty.
I know me too!
Beautiful photo! Instantly reminded me of some lines from an English folksong recorded by Alfred Deller years ago, about a young immigrant girl in America who became orphaned, lamenting that she would like to return to England to stay with her old aunt:
“…She has got a neat cottage, a rose at her door;
I would scrub all her pots and her pans and her floor.
I would kiss her old cheeks, and I’d nurse her in pain,
and thank God I was back in sweet England again.”
Oh Hildegard! Thank you for sharing that folk song! You are right, it fits that photo perfectly! Are you feeling better?