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This is just beautiful! I love the heat in the beginning of the palette and then it turns to a calming blue at the end. Fabulous palette!


oops, seems like my post went missing ! (Trying Again)


Love the palette and the soft colors used. It does make it look a lot girlie :). its beautiful , pretty and i love it !!


Love this!


It is sooo preeetttyyy!!!! I just wish I could read the story behind it. The blues and pinks just draw me in and that tan is perfect! Honestly, these colors fit so well, both as a whole and as a theme. I'm really loving it!


simply amazing! usually it's the palettes with multiple bright/pale colours that catch my eye, but i find myself loving this one more by the minute! wonderful job :)



A gorgeous palette ! love the soft colors. For some reason this reminds me of a yummy cupcake :)


here it is.

Lots of love for purple and green.


I like how the darkness of the mauve dominates the palette then deepens even further into the deep teal. It is perfect for the title of the palette as it captures the darkness and possible torture that having to hold a secret can cause. And maybe there is light at the end of the tunnel?!


Opps.....messed up there. Posted a little after you did but didn't see that you had posted until I refreshed my page. So sorry madda!
I love the vibrancy of your palettes madda. This one especially because of all the reds. It makes me feel very happy and exuberant!



This is absolutely gorgeous! It's like the perfect choice of colours for this pattern, I'd almost expect to see this in a lot of kitchens going for the country farmhouse look.

Psycho Jello

This is an awesome game.


This makes me think of relaxing in candle light. It's so groovy and warm!


Falling, falling.. fallen.. I love this color combination. It's soft, and wonderful, and it really is about taking a dive. The cool colors are perfect for this :) Good job! :) x


This is just so bold and bright. It makes me feel all warm and cheerful. <3



I love this, and the palette from which it was made...


I find it soft and soothing to the eye.


This is so lovely, and I think the name is very fitting. It reminds me of a nice cup of coffee in a bright mug. (:




I love both of these rather much. Reminds of autumn oranges in the leaves. :)



Perfect mint greens and the grape purple fits in well. I also like the setup.


Butterflies? Leaves? I'm not sure, but I love the color palette and foggy grey background sits in well.


I think this is fantastic;

The colours pulled out are fantastic, and I love the way they gently rest on each other without upsetting the flow. Just beautiful.


This is very aptly named- it's so dramatic, and it really gives the sense of something big starting. The dark-to-light part feels kind of gradual, and the change to light is so sudden, and it really works! That's pretty hard to pull off. AMAZING palette, VERY well done, much love. |)


Hey Rover, you're one of these difficult lovers with way too many lovely palettes and it's always so hard to choose something... but this time I found it right at the beginning! Gloriaaa! :D

The colours and the title are just great. Looks like teenage jealousy scene to me. Not sure whether the jealous one is a boy or girl here... Anyway, I'm sure they'll make up with a kiss and go for ice creams in the end :). That's really a cute, cheerful and funny palette, Rover! ♥


You have such amazing palettes, Ola, that I had issues choosing just one!

Luckily, this one was pretty recent, so I didn't have to dig deep to find it.

this is just... perfect.
I love that shade of blue (My room is this color and I cannot get over how pretty it looks with a dark brown or a grey), and the pinks and pale whites contrast perfectly with that blue-grey on the end. The spacing of the colors and the overall mood reminds me of a vintage parlor, but remodeled into one of those hipster coffee houses where people sit around and discuss art. This palette is vintagely modern! (is vintagely a word?)
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