Celebrate the Colors of Nature!
Let Mother Nature lead the way in your next color project
October 22 (this Thursday) is National Color Day! It's a day to celebrate the colors of the natural world, and to consider their effects. Color can calm us, energize us, help us hide, help us stand out, and even warn us of danger (Dawn saw a coral snake near her home recently - red & yellow, kill a fellow).
Next time you put together a project, think about the colors that Mother Nature uses: blues, greens, and browns are in the background of almost every nature scene, so it's safe to use all of them as neutrals. Flowers come in every shade of the rainbow, so the more colors you use, the more springlike and bloom-y your piece will look. Even "electric" and neon shades show up in nature - nothing is more electric than the Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis!
Want inspiration? Colorpalettes.net has LOTS of color palettes based on nature photos!
Be well, be safe, be kind!
-Caryn & the Yarnivore crew
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