If Thanksgiving were a color, what shade would it be? For many, Thanksgiving brings rustic tones to eyes. The holiday likely glows in something warm, cozy, and nostalgic. Butterscotch browns, maroons and burgundy, heated oranges, and dark yellows are the common color schemes of November and Thanksgiving. But there is a particular number of unrecognized … Continue reading Thanksgiving Color Thesaurus
Autumn comes with its own color palette. From a range of greens, pale to dark like pine, and the lively reds and oranges that make our eyes widen with pleasure and allure. With all the color that sweeps the world, autumn's colors can inspire fashion pairings, interior design trends, and more. For an extra boost … Continue reading Autumn Color Schemes
Interior designers may make you believe that paint samples only hold a purpose of deciding what color to paint your home. Don’t be fooled and steered in a false direction. Paint samples can come in handy for other projects. For artists, they can be used in a collage or mosaic. For writers, the color and … Continue reading Paint Sample Poetry
Summer is packed to the sweltering seams of vibrance and energy. The sun blazes fully and the color that surrounds never ceases to exist. The sunsets stretch further and the ocean waves glow in a special turquoise. Light just seems to shimmer anywhere and everywhere. In celebration, I created color schemes and mood boards to … Continue reading Summer Color Schemes & Mood Boards
My twenty-fourth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I pretended to set sea with this poem, sprinkling in some catchy rhymes.
My twenty-second poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). In this poem, I attempted to create a nature-filled atmosphere that touches all four of the seasons.
My sixteenth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I took the traditional quote of "All that glitters isn't gold" and constructed a poem around the saying. This is a piece that is short and sweet.
My eleventh poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I inserted the common human emotion of jealousy, combining it with a common literary metaphor; the ocean.
My fourth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I used description to depict the happenings of a carnival. I wrote "colorfully" in this poem.
It is easy for artists and lovers of childhood to recall the clatter of colored pencil piles, hands diving for a particular color, and the scratching of points against paper. For this blog post, I grabbed a pack of colored pencils, white index cards, and cued up the Netflix original series, The Ranch. Over the … Continue reading 20 Days Of Index Card A Day