Let's face it: Whether it be stamps, coupons, or fruit, everything looks 
better when color-coordinated. Julie Seabrook Ream highlights a
collection of colorful flat lays in Encyclopedia of Rainbows, a whimsical 
index that's bursting with color.
Each page offers readers a different selection of eye candy all neatly 
organized in rainbow order. The book is separated into two categories, 
the natural world and the built world, which include themes like daisies, 
toy trains, matchbooks, berries, and more.

If organizing is your gift, this book's pages will make thrill you.

 You will delight in the author's arrangements of natural elements

and man-made ones

and, if you need to organize stamps as I do, here is a beautiful example
of creative arrangement by color of ordinary ephemera.

The book is available on Amazon. If you are inspired by this book and/or post, send me a picture of your arrangements. You may see them as examples of colorful things, with your permission of course!