. . . . . the creative meanderings of Kim Henkel . . . . .
Such yummy yellows. I think those shells and the daffodils would make such a beautiful watercolor painting. So pretty!
oh Yellow is my favorite color and I love your journal so gorgious! Great warm colors and your photography is fabulous.HugsThe Glitter Tart
Luscious images and a wonderful buttery yellow book. Brightens up this somewhat gray Southeast day!
Kim-Thanks so much for joining in on the Search this month. That journal is truly "buttery" as Cindi says. I love the still lifes too..especially the daffodils.
Kim, I swoon over your book. Gorgeous. N, xo
Kim, finding yellow is such a beauty of a post, from your book to the dried daffodils to the shells. I love yellow! Happy April to you. It is finally a bit warmer today...roxanne
Yummy yellow pages! <3
Your yellow book is so warm...like a candlelit room. Gorgeous. Isn't it interesting to think if you take just one shade of all the yellows that you used, the yellow would be lonely and boring, but put it together with it's sister and brother yellows and you have a cozy family. :)I loved your finished books in the last post too. My grandmother had an old sewing machine like your moms but sadly it stopped working.Such a lovely visit whenever I come to your blog. I always come away inspired. You just may see a girl in a yellow dress soon.PS: I don't know if you knew this or not but on your google profile under the "about" tab there is a place where you can copy and paste your blog link under "contributor to". You can look at mine to see what I mean, but I read somewhere that if you switch to the google plus profile it's a good idea for you to do this so people can get to you more easily.
So much serenity here.xxxoo sus
Beautifully warm and buttery - and fabulous photos - a real treat!
Iam very happy to have found you through a link love site ... I love your work!
I love the yellow journal!
i am into yellowthese daysyellow and gold;^))i am the host for the100th drawing challengewill you join?....lovePatrice A.