Maybe an open cluster or two that have a selection of different coloured stars in them, see if you can drag the colours out - a lot seem to come out white only.
Would need to be a close cluster, last nights viewing of the Beehive was "limited" as the cluster was 2x diameter of the view, maybe a bit more.
Can you get the Coathanger all in? That has assorted colours, if I recall, but it is again not small.
Would need to pull up Stellarium or Skysafari and see where the moon is and what is available away from the direction of the moon.
Suppose the other answer is: Image the moon.
But as it was rising last night it did look magnificent, white here and the atmosphere and angles magnified the size. ~6:00-6:30pm. Later it was the normal size.