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Fifty Shades of Love?

A certain colour has had a lot of popular airtime recently, even if the colour mentioned isn’t technically one at all, and in the book it’s simply play on words involving a name.

Grey comes in many shades, any paint…

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Dreaming about a new Rainbow Song for children

I love hearing my twin granddaughters singing, and they know all about my love for colour – so of course they were proud to sing for me the new song they had learned at school. The Arthur Hamilton song ‘I…

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All the Colours of the Rainbow

How many colours are there in a rainbow? Whatever the old children’s rhyme says about purple and pink, the colours usually regarded as visible in a prism, when white light is split into it’s component parts are Red, Orange, Yellow…

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Childrens Rainbow Poem

When the sun is shining brightly,

And there are raindrops in the air,

Look carefully up into the sky,

You might see a rainbow there.

If you clearly see one,

It’s a gift from heaven above,

Carried by the light

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Seeing Red

The whole area connecting colours with mood and behaviour can be difficult to measure effectively scientifically. Certainly the kind of quantative outputs that scientists like – measurable, repeatable effects – can be frustratingly thin on the ground… so many of…

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I see my beautiful daughter, she wants to paint it black…

 

Why do so many teenagers, girls in particular, feel the need to pass through a phase of wearing and surrounding themselves in energy-sucking black?

True black is not a colour, it is in fact the absence of colour. As…

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CHILDS PLAY – a great way to discover your best colours.

Our skin tone, eye and hair colour each have their own under- tones which make up our personal colouring.

Whatever your age, there are various palettes of colour to help everyone feel their best and suit their colouring.

Children love…

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Like Mum ? Like Dad ? Twins colouring ?

When I saw my beautiful twin grand-daughters the day they were born, it was clear they didn’t share the same colouring.

The hospital staff had put a pink hat on one twin and a peach hat on the other twin.”Nothing…