Polymer Clay Color Recipe: Glistening Snow
Posted on December 8, 2015 in Creative Prompts by Katie Oskin
Polymer Clay Color Recipe
With winter just around the corner and gift making running at full speed ahead, this color recipe will come in handy this time of year. Snow is a difficult color of white to capture. I love snow’s luminosity, sparkle, and shine. I’ve tried to replicate that in this color recipe that I use often for my ornaments and seasonal decorations.
Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Glistening Snow
I like my snow-white colors to have depth, richness, luminosity, sparkle and a whee bit of shine. This is one color recipe that I rely on over and over again to make my snowy and wintery decorations “glisten.”
- 2 Parts Premo! Frost White Glitter
- 1 Part Premo! White
- 1 Part Premo! Pearl
IDEAS FOR VARIATIONS:
- Add 1/4 part Premo! 18k gold for a nice golden effect – be careful though, you don’t want the snow to look too “yellow.”
What Will You Create?
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