Dress the rainbow

Dress the Rainbow with The House That Lars Built

Well friends, I’m off on another color adventure. After #CraftTheRainbow and #LetterTheRainbow and most recently #PopsicleTheRainbow, I decided I couldn’t get enough. Or I am nuts. Both really. So I decided to start…#DressTheRainbow. With the help of some color loving friends, I’m taking my color experiments to some colorful walls with a handful of bright frocks by my side for the next 50 days! It’s a large undertaking but there are colors to wear and walls to be discovered!

I’m inviting you to join in with me on this fun project. Every day for the next 50 days I’ll post a pic wearing a color of the rainbow against the same color background. And YOU can do the same thing too by selecting any color of the rainbow and finding a wall near you and snapping a shot and posting it to Instagram where I’m hosting the project. It’s been really fun to discover colorful walls in my hood. Warning: once you start, you can’t stop! You’ll be identifying colorful walls from here on out! Just post your photos with #DressTheRainbow and @houselarsbuilt.

At the end of the 50 days I’ll choose a winner who will receive a $500 gift card to Asos, my favorite place to buy colorful clothing.

You ready??? Alright, get, set…#DressTheRainbow!

photo by Alexa Jorgensen

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