Book Review: The Color Wheel

colorwheelShort and sweet book but packed with a lot of great tips about colors! As a scrapbooker I am often looking for complimentary colors for my layout and keeping this book handy will definitely help with that! The book breaks down primary, secondary and intermediate colors as well as complimentary colors – something that I try to use in scrapbooking but sometimes am not sure what goes with what. The book is short but is full of great detail and breaks down everything you need and want to know about the color wheel!

About the Book
The Color Wheel Made Easy takes the mystery and frustration out of understanding the color wheel. It will show you how you can easily and effectively use the color wheel in every day applications from arts, crafts, fashions, graphic designs, home interior and exterior designs and more. A Quick Reference Guide is included with color definitions. There are many colorful diagrams showing how to mix the various color combinations and how to use color to complement each other. The Color Wheel Made Easy also makes a wonderful gift for that someone special. You can download this guide to your Kindle, Computer, Smart Phone, iPad, iPhone or Notebook so that you can have easy access to it at anytime you need it.

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Try It Tuesday: Make Your Own Disney Shirt #1

For our trip to Disney, we decided to do custom handmade t-shirts for the 2 EPCOT / HANSON days.  The first shirt I did completely by hand – the Hanson Symbol and a Minnie Mouse head.  I printed out all the pieces about the size I would need and was ready to go.

I was able to put the print outs under the white t-shirts and outline everything in pencil.  Then for what seemed like days and days I slowly painted everything in.  I’d let it dry and touch up.  Then when I took them off the cardboard I had underneath and held them up to the light – more missing spots!

It was pretty time consuming, but I’m happy with how these turned out!

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