Feng shui colors and what they represent

Written by Jakob Jelling

Feng shui colors knowledge can allow you to chooserepparttar right colors to create harmony in any living or working space as well as it can be used with anything that involves choosing colors. According to feng shui colors specifications, colors should not be used randomly but according to what they represent.

Each one ofrepparttar 116136 five elements, water, wood, fire, earth and metal are represented by different colors and that allow us to create feng shui colors based harmony. We will detailrepparttar 116137 colors each one ofrepparttar 116138 elements represent throughrepparttar 116139 next lines in order to help you choosingrepparttar 116140 right colors for your home or office decoration as well asrepparttar 116141 look for harmony within anything involvingrepparttar 116142 use of colors.

The element water, according to feng shui colors representation chart, is represented byrepparttar 116143 colors blue and black and all their shades. This means that if, for example, you need to add more ofrepparttar 116144 water element in a room, you could do so by adding these colors to it.

Next, and according to feng shui colors spectrum, wood is represented by all shades of green. Therefore, by painting a room green or adding green objects you would be including more wood in it. The next element, fire, is represented by red, pink and maroon and adding any of these colors within a space would be as adding that element.

Homecoming Mums - A Southern Tradition

Written by Eileen Bergen

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Homecoming Mums: A Southwestern Tradition By Eileen Bergen www.theartfulcrafter.com

It’s homecoming season acrossrepparttar 116135 nation, but only in parts of Texas and Oklahoma, is it also "homecoming mum season". Some students take homecoming mums just as seriously asrepparttar 116136 homecoming football game itself.

Forrepparttar 116137 uninitiated, a homecoming mum is an oversize mum corsage decorated with three-foot long streamers inrepparttar 116138 school colors, bells, charms, banners, little plush animals done up in bows, sparkly letters, even Christmas tree lights. It is usually worn inrepparttar 116139 middle ofrepparttar 116140 chest like a breastplate withrepparttar 116141 streamers flowing downrepparttar 116142 front ofrepparttar 116143 body almost touchingrepparttar 116144 ankles.

It is, in short, a fashion statement.

But homecoming mums are so much more than that. They are a sign that somebody loves you. They’re no longer given only by boyfriends. Mums can come from friends, your mom, dad, aunt, or even a booster boy (a boy-friend who is not your date). Anybody who's anybody wears one, or two.

These days, a homecoming mum can cost up to $100 and weigh as much as 12 pounds!

Homecoming mums have become a status symbol for many junior high and high school students. Designs change every year. The more original, repparttar 116145 better. If you’re a crafter and live in Texas or Oklahoma, you should be in seventh heaven. You can make homecoming mums for yourself or your favorite high school student at a fraction ofrepparttar 116146 retail price. Evenrepparttar 116147 boys are getting into this fad. They’ve started wearing homecoming garters on their sleeves. If you craft for profit,repparttar 116148 high margins make homecoming mums a very attractive seasonal craft.

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