More from the Exploring Pink Sketchbook

Pink Notebook: pink pens

A few more spreads from my Pink Sketchbook where I continue to explore my favorite colour. Have you started yours yet? Let me know where I can view it in the comments below, I’m dead curious!

Pink Notebook: pink and yellow
Pink Notebook: pink and green
Pink Notebook: paint chips
Pink Notebook: pink II
Pink Notebook: pink & yellow images

Pink Notebook: crayon marks

And some detail photos just because I want to stay within these pages a while longer…
even a pink paper clip, hehe
I even got a pink paper clip in there.

pink goes well with yellow, yes?
Pink and yellow goes so well together, don’t you think?

green tape and pink threads
Tape with green decorations that holds down various pink threads I found on my desk.

a little collection of ribbons on a page
And a closer look at the pink ribbon collection – oh, the sweetness of this page.

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14 Responses to More from the Exploring Pink Sketchbook

  1. Meg says:

    It looks SO great! So much inspiring!

  2. MissKoolAid says:

    I will be starting mine this week, definitely!
    Such inspiring pages.
    Hugs,
    Sophie

  3. Tammy says:

    Hanna, so simple and fun! Will you be playing further with these pages, or letting the book be as it is?

  4. corrine says:

    So great to see all the various ways to look at and think about pink.

  5. Janet says:

    This is such a fun idea. I’m already thinking of some things for mine. When I get some pages done I’ll share.

  6. iHanna says:

    Thanks for your lovely comments!

    Tammy, I will try to write some notes on some of the pages, about the colours and what they mean to me etc, but nothing more. It’s a collection of colours to me, not an artsy book. Though I like that the pages are so pretty- they make me happy. :-)

  7. rhomany says:

    I’m so glad you posted again on this. i’ve had your first post queued up in my rss reader for ages, to remind me to start a purple book. But I haven’t started yet and it was beginning to slip my mind. This has reminded to get back in there and do it. Must get a spiral bound notebook for this.

  8. Brigitte says:

    i’d like to start a purple journal. i guess i have one started. but it is a altered book cut down into a triangle. i started it in a class. but i like the spiral idea. i intend to get a sewing machine. can you/do you sew in your spiral bound journal?

  9. iHanna says:

    Purple is popular, let me know if you post any pics online! I’d love to see!

    Brigitte, I don’t think sewing is very easy in any bound book, but I managed to sew a few lines across the ribbon page on my sewing machine. If you make the spiral book yourself I suggest you sew pages before binding them together though. :-) Have fun! Thanks for commenting!

  10. this is COMPLETELY AWESOME!

  11. Nancy S says:

    Thanks for sharing such great ideas! I like what you have done so far. I actually did start mine but haven’t posted any pictures yet. I’m chugging away through my blue/green palette – who knew there could be so many shades of a color? Thanks again for the inspiration!

  12. Chris says:

    I’m catching up, here. Are we to make a journal of our favorite color(s) ? I would love to do a green one! I love pink and yellow together, but pink and orange and lime green… ! awesome.
    love your journal.

  13. iHanna says:

    Chris, you make me smile with your “are we to make”? You don’t have to my dear, hehe, but you sure can be inspired around here, huh? The assignment though, if you choose to accept it and have time for another journal/sketchbook (?) is “to collect a colour” and learn about it, see previous post about my pink book. I picked pink because it’s a favorite, you could pick your least liked colour or any one you want to spend time with. Then go explore! :-)

  14. MissKoolAid says:

    I’ve started a journal on the colour red. http://misskoolaid.blogspot.com/2010/05/colour-exploration-exploration-de.html

    I think I’ll be making one for every basic colour (blue, green, yellow, purple, orange, pink, even brown, black, white and grey!) This is such an easy and fun way to be creative without having to think about the process or the result.

    Hugs,
    Sophie

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