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Love turquoise blue. Didn’t realize it was also called Mayan blue.
Officially want this as my office poster!!
Love the color, but might have to “borrow” the design for a quilt block.
Maya blue, not Mayan blue! Mayan refers to a language, Maya to the people.
How beautifully vibrant. Maya blue (or turquoise up until this blog post ;) always reminded me of the spirit of my Peruvian bestie, and I guess this somehow confirms that I wasn’t merely casting stereotypes! haha
This might be an odd question – but is there any way I could order a print of this?
Just wanted to say how much I love this series…can’t wait to learn about more colors!
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