Colorful DIY Writing Hacks For Rainbow Fans

Is there anything better than a rainbow? So many beautiful pigments coming together in perfect harmony... and what a colorful scene they create! Thanks to these vibrant DIY projects, you can now create your own colorful scenes and paint the world as you want to see it – you'll love the added color in your life.

1. Rainbow Pencil

You'll Need:

  • 7 different colors of tissue paper
  • decoupage glue
  • 7 pieces of pencil lead
  • pencil erasers
  • hot glue

Here's How:

1.1 Cut the different colored tissue paper into 5½-inch x 3-inch pieces.

1.2 Place the pencil lead on the 3-inch side of the tissue paper.

1.3 Coat the tissue paper with decoupage glue and roll up the pencil lead. Repeat with the other pieces of pencil lead and tissue paper.

1.4 Add a drop of hot glue to the inside of the pencil eraser and insert the rainbow pencil.

1.5 Now all you need to do is sharpen your homemade, rainbow-colored pencil and you're good to go.

2. Rainbow Marker

You'll Need:

  • yellow, red, and blue markers

Here's How:

Grab a yellow marker. Press a red marker on one side of the yellow tip, and a blue marker on the other side of the tip. Now you have a triple threat!

3. Melted Crayon Artwork

You'll Need:

  • enough wax crayons
  • canvas
  • sheet of paper
  • black acrylic paint
  • craft glue
  • hot glue gun
  • small bowl
  • masking tape
  • hair dryer

Here's How:

3.1. Draw the silhouette of a person with umbrella on a sheet of computer paper, cut it out, and paint it black. Alternatively, you can print out a design.

3.2. Glue the design in the middle of the lower half of the canvas.

3.3. Glue the crayons to the top edge of the canvas with a hot glue gun.

3.4. Take a bowl which is roughly the same diameter as the silhouette umbrella and cover the design. Secure the bowl with masking tape, making sure that the edge of the bowl lies on the outline of the umbrella. Cover the rest of the silhouette below the bowl with masking tape.

3.5. Lean the canvas against a wall and lay newspaper underneath it. Melt the crayons with the hair dryer.

3.6. Once you've created a colorful rain effect, remove the masking tape and bowl and paint a black base on the canvas to look like the ground.

If you're looking for more fun and colorful DIY rainbow crafts, check out our rainbow foam painting tutorial in project #3 here.


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