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So I'm planning on rebinding my copy of Midsummer Night's Dream and my problem is

Do I bind it in green leather with silver or blue leather with silver?
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Mundane wrote:
Green


Thank you!
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Green would be the color of midsummer, but blue would be the color of night. It all comes down to what color your dreams are.
I'd have gone with purple, the color of love-in-idleness.
 
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jbrecken wrote:
Green would be the color of midsummer, but blue would be the color of night. It all comes down to what color your dreams are.
I'd have gone with purple, the color of love-in-idleness.


Thank you! That is another option... but 'purple' to me usually means 'royal' so probably not this book.
 
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I vote for blue!
 
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wren08 wrote:
jbrecken wrote:
Green would be the color of midsummer, but blue would be the color of night. It all comes down to what color your dreams are.
I'd have gone with purple, the color of love-in-idleness.


Thank you! That is another option... but 'purple' to me usually means 'royal' so probably not this book.

A story about the love lives of the king and queen of the fairies isn't royal enough for you? (not to mention the framing story of the wedding between the duke of Athens and the queen of the Amazons)
 
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jbrecken wrote:
wren08 wrote:
jbrecken wrote:
Green would be the color of midsummer, but blue would be the color of night. It all comes down to what color your dreams are.
I'd have gone with purple, the color of love-in-idleness.


Thank you! That is another option... but 'purple' to me usually means 'royal' so probably not this book.

A story about the love lives of the king and queen of the fairies isn't royal enough for you? (not to mention the framing story of the wedding between the duke of Athens and the queen of the Amazons)


Hum- that's true... but I was thinking "stuffy royal". I'll add purple (which I actually do have) to the ideas pile.
 
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EgorjLileli wrote:
I vote for blue!


Thank you! My daughter thinks I should go for blue as well...
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I just usually go for the flayed flesh of my enemies.
 
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AdrianPHague wrote:
I just usually go for the flayed flesh of my enemies.


Yes, but what colour?
 
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