#FolksyFriday – Pink -10th February 2017

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In the 19th century pink was the colour of boys, as it was a lighter colour of men’s (army) uniforms which were red. It was in the early 1900 when the transition to it being considered a girl’s colour started. Now the colour is plastered everywhere on things are marketed towards women but all genders embrace the colour in one way or another.

Pink, along with red, is also considered a colour of love and passion, a perfect theme for #FolksyFriday as Valentines Day is only next Tuesday, only 4 days away!

pink-bead-bracelet
Pink Flamingo Crystal Bracelet by Verchiel Beads & Jewellery
pink-crochet-blanket
Hand crochet Pink Blanket by Beadaholics
pink-bead-earrings
Pink loops by The Moody Mouse
pink-dog-bag
Pink Dog Toiletries Bag by suzie Q designs
pink-elephant-card
Pink elephant by Blue Rose Designs
pink-flower-brooch
Brooch Candy Pinks by Greenwood Makes
pink-mug
Pink Mug by POTSTOP
pink-squares-blanket
Pink Checkers Blanket by OMeara Stitches

Next week post is themed around Spring. 🌼

To see previous #FolksyFriday picks click here and this Pinterest board.


About #FolksyFriday

Every Friday Folksy sellers on Twitter promote other people’s items using the hashtag #FolksyFriday. Each week is a different theme of personal choice and the items are promoted through blogs, Pinterest, Instagram, ect. and linked through Twitter for everybody to see. To know more visit the Folksy blog post What is Folksy Friday and how can I join in?‘ here.

Got a theme you want to see? Comment here or via my Twitter or Facebook.

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