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Students identify line, shape, color, form, texture, emphasis, contrast, etc working together to create Unity. Accordian fold the bottom (6x9) and glue it onto another color (9x12).  lay a 2nd (6x9) on top of the cucake bottom and make a cloud line. Cut and glue. Add pompom for cherry and crayon sprinkles.

Students identify line, shape, color, form, texture, emphasis, contrast, etc working together to create Unity. Accordian fold the bottom (6x9) and glue it onto another color (9x12). lay a 2nd (6x9) on top of the cucake bottom and make a cloud line. Cut and glue. Add pompom for cherry and crayon sprinkles.

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Debbie Brown

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Debbie Brown

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Debbie Brown

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Debbie Brown

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Harold O'Connor.

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Harold O'Connor.

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety.....Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch).  Leigh Griffin

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety.....Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Leigh Griffin

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Nisa Smiley Jewelry | Collections

TEXTURE: Think of Design Elements as raw materials. They can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, texture can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety...Texture is a surface treatment and may be tactile (run your finger over the surface you will feel the texture). It can also be visual (the surface appears to be textured but is smooth to the touch). Nisa Smiley Jewelry | Collections

This boutique is very unique with its modern rococo interior and furniture. The space is proportioned by the layout of the furniture. Harmony is found with in the furniture selection with unity and variety of pattern and different textures. A lot of patterns have a rhythm effect. The manikins on the back wall provide emphasis for the wardrobe selection.An efficient amount of light options are provided as well as bold striped items.  Designed by: Stephanie S. Wright

This boutique is very unique with its modern rococo interior and furniture. The space is proportioned by the layout of the furniture. Harmony is found with in the furniture selection with unity and variety of pattern and different textures. A lot of patterns have a rhythm effect. The manikins on the back wall provide emphasis for the wardrobe selection.An efficient amount of light options are provided as well as bold striped items. Designed by: Stephanie S. Wright

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

Beautiful photographic and illustrated books, rich in visual picture/word stimulation. Designed for enjoyment and increasing word vocabulary and cognitive growth. An excellent source for children to develop the five elements of graphic art - line, shape, form, colour and texture. These elements can be combined to optimise the seven principles of visual organisation - unity, variety, balance, repetition, emphasis, proportion and movement.

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