Craftours Lifestyles Magazine December 2018 - Page 7

lors of kids proceeds go directly to the school, and the other half pays for the paint, brushes, canvases, frames, mailing costs and other things associated with the project. We are launching this project in this issue of the magazine, so you can be one of the first people to purchase one of these extraordinary paintings! Africa, CLICK HERE. This is the first of many schools Craftours is happy to support. May the Colors of Kids be a rainbow of success as we highlight the creative passion and artistic expression of school children needing a little help to have what most other school children take for granted. The Colors of Kids logo shows colorful painted hands of children, with a heart in the center of their hand. This represents the different cultures, personalities and nationalities of the children who will participate from schools all over the world. And because this project is international, we have placed the world in the center of the logo as a reminder that crafts are universal and have no language barrier. To purchase one of these original paintings from school children who live in Nanyuki, Kenya in COLORS OF KIDS TM