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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Lemon, Lime & Pomegranate ~ wonderful colors and flavors for summer !

Still life with Guava and Lemon by KevinInmanArt

Kevin Inman Art from San Diego describes this oil on canvas as "the fixings for a top shelf guavarita." In case like me you may not know what a guavarita is, I found out that it is like a Margarita but with guave. Sounds great, I'll have to try one !

Lime green & purple bracelet by itsmemary

This hand crocheted beaded bracelet is from it's me, Mary in Orange County. The description says : "This is a great bohemian style, beaded bracelet for a casual day or a night out! It can be made bigger or smaller by pulling the strands through the adjustable knot."

Green Blush by NessysNest

A gorgeous print from Nessy's Nest in Southern California. This flower has a beautiful lime green color. An 8x10 print of an original photograph printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper with a lustre surface.

Bathing in Luxury is from San Francisco. This one sounds delicious! "A blend of pomegranate and yuzu (Japanese citrus, like a grapefruit). The greener yuzu scent tones down the sweetness of the pom. Colored with mineral pigments and clay."

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  1. Lemon, lime & pomegranate...sounds like a yummy drink! Great post!

  2. mmmm The wonderful colors, scents and tastes of summer fruits! Beautiful blog.

  3. Love all the wonderful creations. Mouthwatering :) Great finds by CCCOErs!

  4. Wonderful post ~ love these rich colors, flavors and sweet finds for summer! Delicious! ✿

  5. I love that flower print--the color is spectacular! And I could use a nice shower (and guavarita) right about now too!

  6. It's summer time! Love the color combo.

  7. What beautiful and vibrant creations, perfect for summer! :)


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