Saturday, March 12, 2011

Purple For Me!

Purple has been a favorite color of mine since High School.  I would say it is probably my favorite color.  It probably says a lot that our graduating year the High School yearbook was Purple and Candlelight and that my Husband's High School class ring has a beautiful purple stone.  Yes, I love purple.  I was reading today about some of the meanings of purple....

Purple is the color of Spirituality. It urges us to find our power within, not the kind of power that needs to control or dominate others, but power rooted in connection to Spirit. A good color to use in meditation. Soothes mental and emotional stress.

Purple is associated with wisdom, dignity, independence and creativity. Purple has been used to symbolize magic and mystery.

Purple is a favorite of creative people. Whether wearing it, living in it, or creating with it, purple is a color for the adventurous heart with spiritual leanings and a flair for drama. This is the heart that knows the magic of purple.

Somehow, that all sounds very exciting, rich and dramatic, no wonder I like using all the purple I can get my hands on in my papercrafting.

Leadership Swap by:  Elisa Breckenridge

Stamp Set:  Because I Care (Hostess)
Paper and Inks:  Very Vanilla, Elegant Eggplant
Tools and Accessories:  Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Big Shot, Modern Label Punch, Word Window Punch, Smooch Spray

Leadership Swap by:  Barbara Welch

Stamp Set:  On Your Birthday
Paper and Ink:  Rich Razzleberry, Newsprint Designer Series Paper, Very Vanilla
Tools and Accessories:  Basic Rhinestones, Chantilly Lace Trim, Square Punch

Sale-A-Bration continues this month ... have your placed your order and received your free stamps yet?

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Until Next Time,
Denise Foor

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