Raindrops Clouds Umbrellas
Somewhere before the rainbow.
People observe the colours of the day only at its beginnings and ends, but to me it’s quite clear that a day merges through a multitude of shades and intonations, with each passing moment. A single hour can consist of thousands of different colours. Waxy yellows, cloud-spat blues. Murky darknesses. In my line of work, I make it a point to notice them-Markus Zusak-. . .MaKe SuRe YoU nOtIcE aLl ThE cOlOrS tHe DaY bRiNgS yOu. . .
rainy cloud / pink purple black
First, you need some cotton batting, a paper lantern, and three flameless candles, the type that Glade sells. Pull at the cotton batting until it looks fluffy, light, and cloud-like. Then, hot glue it to the outside of the paper lantern in various places. Make sure it's fluffed to your liking, then light the lights and stick them inside. Hang the lantern wherever you'd like.
Sky Jello: The original recipe is now closed (boo passwords) but here is someone who relisted it. Basically: packages of Berry Blue Jello * 2 cups of whipping cream * 1/4 cup sugar * 2 cups of ice * parfait glasses or any clear containers that you can see through - the key here is to use the ice to quickly set up your jello and you're using ice instead of water. Got that? Cuz I screwed this up the first time I made it.
sky jello = pure genius. Love it! we are studying "weather" next week and I am totally going to make this!