This picture below is a dried Sweet william floret that I pressed last summer. Next to it is a dried pink of some sort that I found recently whilst clearing my mother's house. It was one she dried about 30 years ago. The shape is still there but the flower has faded.
There are many flowers in this family, including carnations. Deptford pink, alpine pink, cheddar pink, 'doris' - which I think is the one that I remember. This google image link will show you how many they are and how familiar they look.
Pink actually refers to the crimped edges of the flowers. (pinking shears) and only became known as a colour in the 17th century, so there is an interesting fact. Barbie wouldn't have stood a chance before Dianthus came along.
Here are some drawing I have been working on. Recognise the one on the right? You can come and see these drawings and things at my open studios. My house July 4th/5th and 6th. Further details will follow.