All things black and white…

I was trying to think of all the things I could that are black and white. This is what I came up with: old black and white movies, salt and pepper, newspapers, dairy cows, nuns, dominoes, penguins, Dalmations, panda bears, zebras, killer whales, soccer balls, yin and yang, Oreos, and tuxedos.
Oh…and skunks!
I’m sure there are lots more things, but what I wanted to share a few of my black and white favorites. I hope you enjoy them…

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Do you have a favorite?
See you tomorrow,
Blessings, Jeanne

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Comments

  1. Loved seeing my favorite black and white … POLKA DOTS.
    Dots are the best!!
    Hugs,
    Rita

  2. This time it is very difficult to choose a favorite…next to pink, I love all things in black and white. I remember your posting the very simple but oh so elegant black and white dress for Kish Wren….loved it then…love it now.

    • Thank you Trish,
      It was one of my favorites too. I found that antique cotton lace at a little junk shop and loved it on the dress.
      Blessings, Jeanne

  3. Linda Doyle says:

    Jeanne,

    I am a bit late to post but just thought of something black and white—which will show my age for sure—black and white television!! Of course that is a thing of the past, but that just was the first thing that entered my mind!

    Oh, I just love each and every dress on this page! How in heavens name do you actually sell them and not feel a twinge of sadness to see them go? I just could never do that after working on those gorgeous creations!

    • Linda,
      I guess I can sell them because I know another pretty one will come along and steal my heart just the same way.
      Sometimes I DO have a hard time letting them go… but I’ve never kept one. I think I’ll have to do a post on
      my top 10 favorite dresses and maybe tell why.
      Thanks Linda,
      blessings, Jeanne

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