The Seedling Blog

Think Pink!

In color psychology, pink inspires love, compassion, and hope. Because childhood is often associated with care and thoughtfulness, this medley of red and white awakens your inner child and brings back sweet memories. Studies also reveal that this positive color can have a calming effect, helping you find peace and relaxation. (Did we mention that our Pocket Money collection makes for great quiet time activities — or will captivate your kids' attention so you can take five and enjoy their giggles?) For more pretty in pink inspiration, check out our Pinterest board that will speak to your kid at heart.

What does the color mean to you?

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