The hottest thing for sidewalks this season is Crayola’s new 3D sidewalk chalk and paint. Each package of chalk and squeezable paint comes with instructions and 3D glasses that makes sidewalk and driveway art come alive! From $3.99 for a 5 count package of squeezable glitter to $12.99 for a complete activity kit, you can order on-line and get more information at The Crayola Store.
You know how some images make your heart leap with joy? This could be one them. A fence that looks like an orderly row of Crayola Pencils. Could it get any better? And the best part is it’s totally DIYable. All you’d need is some wooden fence posts. Then, whittle down the tops of each and have fun painting! Image courtesy of Saima on flickr.
Webster’s defines a color wheel as “a circular diagram of the spectrum used to show the relationships between the colors.” Yeah, it wasn’t helpful to me either in actually interpreting the wheel for practical use. Some further investigation of color and compatibility was needed.
The traditional color wheel consists of 12 colors. The first being the primary colors, which include red, yellow and blue.
If you combine two of the primaries, you will create either orange, green and purple, which are considered the secondary colors on the wheel. Continue Reading