Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Tickle Me Pink
Day 101 in the Crayola Challenge and today we are tickled pink! Are we excited because it is coming to an end? What a challenge! Or are we tickled pink because we have found so many of the colors? Or are we tickled pink because we have learned so much about the history of Crayola? It doesn’t take much to Tickle Me Pink! I like lots of things, mostly simple! But, I have loved everything about this challenge! I loved sorting through the photos looking for a particular color. I loved researching the history of the colors and the Crayola (Binney &Smith’s) beginnings. I loved learning how much the crayons have influenced our learning skills! So much to be Tickled Pink about!
My photos today were taken in Venice, Italy! Even the street lights are Pink!
Tickle Me Pink has been a Crayola color since 1993. It is also known as Pulsar Pink in the “Discovery” series, Scruffy Pink in the Hallmark “Ugly Duckling” set, Hedgehog Pink in the Hallmark “Mouse and Mole” set, Giselle’s Pink Dress in the Hallmark “Tales of the Tooth Fairy” set AND Wild Prairie Rose as the color for North Dakota in the “State Crayon Collection.” Whew that’s a lot of pink!
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!
7 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Tickle Me Pink”
Thanks, Venice really is a beautiful pink place!
I love your pink Venice photos, they are fabulous. I love the Crayola challenge too. I joined late, and have only selected a few of the colours, but the history of the crayons, the names of all the colours etc is fascinating. I even found a site where people just take photos of the crayons themselves in different locations! I have something ready for Timberwolf, and looking forward to Turqouise blue…
Keep up the good work!
I know, there are so many good challenges out there! I am so used to posting everyday now, I’ll probably have withdrawals! I need to be scouting new ones!
Love the Venice pics. Even peeling and stained paint looks quite artistic there. 🙂
Yes, there it is a must and gives the city quite the romantic mood