When I think of Blush, I am thinking of a light pink cheek. Crayola is thinking of a very, very, very, pink cheek! It must be the sun-kissed version of the standard Blush. Crayola’s version of Blush is more like a raspberry. Did you know that Crayola had eight multicultural crayons? Developed in 1992, the colors Apricot, Black, Burnt Sienna, Mahogany, Peach, Sepia, Tan, and White were colors that, “come in an assortment of skin hues that give a child a realistic palette for coloring their world.” No blush there! Have you seen the Burnt Sienna color? It’s a shade of orange! I have never seen an orange person, but what do I know? Wait, maybe I have. They are the people who spend too much time in a tanning booth!
This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! Enjoy!