guest post: emma lamb.
by my illustrious guest blogger comment


some very lovely color, courtesy of guest blogger emma lamb.

Hello lovely sfgirlbybay readers! I’m kinda giddy excited to be guesting over here today and want to say a huge thank to Victoria for the opportunity. :)

raining sheep.

If, during your travels around blogland, you happen to have stumbled upon my wee blog you will know that I’m a wee bit of a colour addict as well as an obsessive crocheter. When I’m not busy with my hook and yarn you can usually find me spending way too much time on Etsy, Flickr, Pinterest (yeah, I’m addicted too!) and the web in general, seeking out beautiful images and gorgeous colour palettes.

Madeline Bea Photography ~ red or gray art ~ Hadley Hutton.

I absolutely thrive on it and everyday I’m drawn towards something different, one day it could be classic red and white and the next could be pink, orange, peach and yellow! But every now and then one palette in particular will stick with me and I’ll obsess over it. At the moment that palette is yummy vintage greens ~ olive, sage, chartreuse and teal with punches of pink, mustard, red, orange or aqua. There is something about these colours together that screams summer and makes me think of picnics on hot days, gardens in full bloom with flowers glowing in the sunlight and lazy evenings watching the sunset… perfect!
Emma x

Skinny laMinx ~ Maraсуn ~ Osamu Yokonami.

Little Black Rabbit.

Kristybee Photography.

Three Red Apples ~ la vida compartida ~ Rachel Whiting.

16 responses to “guest post: emma lamb.”

  1. oh dear oh dear, my favorite color combination right now is the sage green and pale-y/vintage-y pink of the first two flower photos. drool!

  2. Great to see you here Emma.
    I have a number of blogs that I check out each day for inspiration, this one and yours are just two of them.
    Have a great time this week over here, your first post? well you did a great job!!!
    Have fun!!!

  3. Lovely post Emma. Thanks again for including my chartreause and pink quilt in your Flickr favourites – it really is an amazing colour combo. Please say you’re going to do some crochet in it?

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