Put two valid CSS color values, in the format you choose--hex, RGB, RGB%--then choose the number of midpoints you'd like between them and blend. You'll get intermediate colors with their hexadecimal codes.
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The Graphics Fairy posts a free piece of vintage clip art every day, perhaps useful for your next craft project. There are more than 1,000 graphics to choose from, plus tutorials showing different methods for transferring images—a lovely example is this drawer knob project. (via How About Orange)