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    Sunday
    Mar072010

    A Day Colored Green

    "Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet
    and the wind longs to play with your hair."
    ~Kahlil Gibran

    1. Take a walk in search of leaves + make leaf prints with a brayer
    2. Go to the hardware store and collect green paint chips
    3. Get green overload at Wordnik
    4. Make a green art journal page, like Altered Book: Millefleur Colors
    5. Create a plaid background with acrylic paint and a brayer
    6. Join the Flickr green group
    7. Create your favorite green with blue + yellow paint
    8. There's Something Green at The Style Files
    9. Learn how to say green in Portuguese + Dutch
    10. Eat snap peas + margarita jelly beans
    11. There's an apple martini inspired green wedding (and recipe) at Polka Dot Bride
    12. Explore a mosaic of green inspiration
    13. Annie of Curbside Treasure uses lovely greens in many of her lush art journal pages
    14. Listen to Green Day
    15. Plant chives + cilantro in your spring garden
    16. Make fruit salad with honeydew, pears, grapes, applies + kiwi
    17. Make a green collage at Polyvore
    18. Use acrylics and fiber paste to create Linear Textures in Lime
    19. At Gold Notes, check out Green Day
    20. Learn about the Color Green at Sensational Color

    Explore A White Day and the other celebrations of color in posts tagged color theme.

    Reader Comments (3)

    My favorite color - for MANY reasons!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    What a fun idea. I am ready for some green. Where I live in Missouri, the final bits of snow are finally gone. We haven't seen the ground pretty much since Christmas. Love all your ideas about things to do with green, going to try some of them out.

    03.8.2010 | Unregistered Commentermartha

    *Terri and Martha, I'd like return to a world where green is just the color green, from lime to forest to sage...
    ~ Tammy

    03.16.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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