Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Think Pink this Spring

Pink is so sweet and so girly girl.  It adds a lot of femininity to a piece of jewelry or an article of clothing. Pink is less passionate than red, but offers an innocence instead.

Rose Quartz

This mineral can be cut into cabs, and when the light hits it just right, you can see a star within the stone. It can fade over time. It is the Taurus birthstone.

Rose Quartz


This mineral is from the calcite series and raspberry pink is the most common color. Although, it can be found in faded pink or even orange at times. This stone is found in copper veins. This is the state gem of Colorado.



This mineral is a lot like sodalite, and it can be translucent to completely transparent. The stones have the ability to turn deeper red as they warm up, so when worn, they can become a  warmer color if they are in contact with the skin. A mood mineral, if you will.


Pink Morganite

When these stones are green, they are called emeralds, but when they are pink, well, they are  pink. They vary from light pink to dark pink.


All of these lovely pink shades will have you longing for spring. Until it gets here, here are more pinks that you can own today!

Feminine Pink Crystal Beaded Love Link Bracelet

Victorian Style Treasures 

Flower Necklace, Cobalt Blue Pink Rose Quartz Gemstones Jewelry Gift

Shadow Dog Designs 

Hand woven pink alpaca scarf

Andrea Designs 

Rose Pink Rhinestone Earrings

 Magdalene Jewels 

Abstract Black White Lattice Lampwork Dangle Earrings Swarovski Crystals Sterling Silver

Covergirl Beads 

Hibiscus and Hot Lilies 5 x 7 Note Card Art Greeting cards Blank watercolor print art cards


Indian Pink Swarovski Crystal and Sterling Silver Necklace

The Singing Beader 

Peach Czech Nautilus Crystal Ocean Sterling Silver Summer Earrings


Pink and Yellow Beaded Coordinated Jewelry Set for Women

Blue Morning Expressions 

As you can see, there are may ways to think pink

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Maybe these posts will help, or you can ask the designers if they could make something just for you.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Green with Envy 

Red is for Passion

Who Has Time for the Blues?




  1. Perfect pinks! And so many different, gorgeous shades! Thank you for including my Swarovski crystal necklace, Julie. I have shared each to my Mother's Day Gifts Pinterest board and the blog on my Facebook page.

  2. What a delightful roundup of pinks for Mom, Julie and Harry! And, I have to admit, I've never heard of tugtupite - sounds so very interesting. Oh! Just looked it up - it also is fluorescent under black light! Sigh . . . see no beads to be had, although it looks like I wouldn't be able to afford some if there were. Anyway, thanks for the blog and thanks for including my necklace! Treats to Sweet Harry!

  3. Perfect pink selections for Mother's Day. thank you Julie and harry !
    Thanks for including my pink crystal love bracelet.

    Will be sharing else where.

  4. Thank you Julie for another week of beautiful Mother's Day Gifts. Thanks also for including my Pink Crystal Earrings in your collection!

  5. Pretty in Pink! Such a delightful color in so many wonderful shades. Thank you Julie for the mid week post and for including my nautilus earrings. Will be sharing on social sites.

  6. Beautiful post and article. Thanks so much for including my Floral Art Cards.

    Happy Easter.

  7. What a sweet and lovely collection of pink handmade goodies! Perfect for Mother's Day gift giving. Also, interesting intro about the pink minerals. I really love rhodochrosite, but it's so costly. Interesting that it's found in copper veins. I would never have guessed. (Treats to Prince Harry Pup from Sir Gonze!)

  8. Julie,
    What a beautiful an soft color, thank you for including my woven pink scarf in your beautiful collection. I shared all the items on Twitter and Pinterest board 2021-Mother's Day-Handmade Shopping Guide.