Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Why pink ?


Pink is usually associated with Love and Romance, but the influence that is having in out lives is much more deeper than that. We wear pink jewelry, we offer pink flowers, we show our support and compassion with a pink ribbon, or we paint the nursery in pink. Most of the time, we just think that is cute and girly, but here are some interesting facts about pink that it might help you to better understand this color when you decide to buy something pink, design a piece a jewelry or craft something in pink :

Pink is proven to have a calming effect - researchers of color psychology have found that this effect only occurs during the initial exposure to the color. Pink symbolizes love, beauty, kindness, compassion and emotional love of self and others. Brings you in contact with your feelings of caring, tenderness, self-worth and love, acceptance. Heals grief and sadness. Smoothes difficulties in both romantic and family relationships and assists with self-esteem and self-love. Pink is a combination of red and white. The quality of energy in pink is determined by how much red is present. White is the potential for fullness, while red helps you to achieve that potential. Pink combines these energies. Wear pink when you are around people you care about and that care about you, or if you want to smooth over or encourage the one to one relationship, whether it be friendship or romantic love. Pink suggests softness, sweetness, innocence, youthfulness, tenderness, romance, nurturing, friendship, femininity, soft and kind people. A pink carnation means "I will never forget you.” Both red and pink denote love but while red is hot passion, pink is romantic and charming. Use pink to convey playfulness (hot pink flamingos) and tenderness (pastel pinks). Multiple shades of pink and light purple or other pastels used together maintain the soft, delicate, and playful nature of pink. Add strength with darker shades of pinks and purple and burgundy. Pale pink : sweetness of youth, fragility. Vibrant pinks : high spirits, energy, youth

Some of pink gemstones are Kunzite, Pink Optical Calcite, Leopard Skin Jasper, Rose Quartz, Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, Pink Sapphire, Pink Tourmaline.


The best describing keywords for pink are love, compassion, affection, friendship, kindness, romance, caring, nurturing, tenderness, awareness of deepest feelings, unconditional love of self and others, harmony, feminine energy, receptive, yin, inner peace, loyalty, tolerance, faithfulness, motherhood, youthfulness, enthusiasm, happiness, softness, unselfish emotions, spiritual healing, infatuation, relaxation, relieve tension, emotional healing, charm and personal magnetism.

Note - Color information provided by Beading - Design - Jewelry

ART FIRE PINK FINDS

Pink and White Spirit Cord by Walk in the Woods




Bracelet Watch, Beaded, Hot Pink, Silver & Tibetan Silver by The Knitwit's Hues




Vintage Book Collection of Four Classics For Your Little Girlie Girl by Le Petit Poullailler




Scarf Pink Peppermint Fluff by Made for Me by Oaklie



Letter B Throw Cushion Decorate & Educate made to order by Cre8urname



Trio of Heart Charm Earrings with Swarovski Crystal in Pink by Letamariedesigns



 

10 comments:

Made for Me by Oaklie said...

Thank you sooo much for including me on your wonderful blog feature! I love all the pink and am thrilled to be here!
Thank you again!
Anne
xoxo

The Knitwit Hues said...

I just LOVE this post -- not only 'cause you included me in the items you featured -- but because I never knew all this about pink even though I love pink and red! Thank you, and thank you for the smiles!

PetitPoulailler said...

What a great feature ~ Well done! I'm so pleased to see my books here xo karen

Michele of By Your Side said...

Found your post through FB!! When I was designing my logo I did TONS of research on color... and even though I never considered myself a "pink girl," my logo is Shocking Pink!! It said everything I wanted it to say!!
And you featured some of my FAVORITE Shops!!

Leta Porter said...

Awww, Thanks for including me my Friend and I even learned something today!! Happy to see all my Friends!

Hugs, Leta

cre8urname said...

Thanks Monica that's so sweet of you...I love your page and check in often to see what your up to...It's always great to be featured but when it's a friend it's even better...thanks...
Cheers
Julie

Debbie said...

Lovely items and you always have the nicest posts. Sorry to have been away so long my friend.

Monica said...

Anne, Diane Eve, Karen, thank you so much for your lovely comments ! I'm happy to meet wonderful artisans and great friends of friends ! looking forward to know you better :)
Leta, Julie, good friends are a blessing, and I'm grateful to have you !
Debbie, where have you been Missy ? We were missing you ! So glad you're back, my dear friend !

Monica said...

Michele, I know exactly what you're talking about, I have never been a pink girl either, and look now at my blog, even my socks are pink, LOL !

Walk in the Woods said...

Pink is such a healing, calming, soothing color. I'm so glad that I made peace with it a few years back! And I'm so delighted to see my pink Spirit Cord among such other pink lovelies! Thank you.