>

Color Test - Red

Red:

Color plays an important part in our lives. Do you wonder why you wear different colored clothes? Or how you decide what color warp to put on your loom or why you are attracted to certain colors at the yarn shop? The colors you like and the colors you are drawn to at any time are a reflection of how you are feeling.

Red represents passion and energy, and a zest for life. You are full of willpower and you want to be successful in what you do. You will approach projects with “turbo” energy and expand your horizons. You want to live life to the full, but be careful to not turn into a workaholic.

You can take this test at any time. Just choose which color you like best today. Click your mouse on the color and see you how are feeling.
Please Note: This test is based loosely on the Luscher personality tests. It is meant for fun, and is not intended to be treated seriously.

Back to the Color Test

Comments are closed.

This page last edited on June 10, 2013

by


All Fiber Arts by Paivi Suomi is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Advertisements

This website contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the links. This helps to cover the costs of keeping this website alive. Thank you for your support.

Interweave Videos

  • Felted Flower Wall Tiles (Coupeville, WA)
    Come celebrate spring in this short session as fiber artist Janet King shows you how to use a unique type of natural wool from the oldest, continuously run, family owned fiber mill in the USA to create...
  • Simple Folded Origami Boxes (Coupeville, WA)
    Take ordinary playing cards and turn them into something extraordinary in this “Simple Origami” class for adults. Learn the simplest of origami folds and join playing cards without glue or tape to make...
  • Origami Fabric Cranes (Coupeville, WA)
    Combine origami and basic hand sewing to make a beautiful fabric crane. Fabric Cranes are folded and sewn using a simple running stitch. When stuffed with a little dried lavender or other botanicals, they...
  • Bead Embroidery: Beyond the Basics (Prairie du Sac, WI)
    Have you had some bead embroidery experience, or taken Lisa’s Beginning Bead Embroidery class and now want to learn even more beautiful techniques? Come to this one-day workshop with a pair of sharp scissors...