Blue Ribbon Polymer Clay Color Recipe

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Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Blue Ribbon by KatersAcres

Polymer Clay Premo Color Recipe

Blue Ribbon polymer clay color recipe for Premo polymer clay is that blue that first place dreams are made of. Reminiscent of country fairs, motor race ways, and 4H clubs. This blue means something … you’ve won! This blue carries a subtle purple undertone that doesn’t translate as well on camera as in real life.

This summer I’ve been bringing you a fun color recipe every week. Blues, pinks, greens, purples, and so much more. I’ve been getting some great feedback on how much you’ve enjoyed these on Facebook and I’m so glad to hear how much you like them. It’s my joy to bring you usable, fun, fresh, and lively colors that will bring vibrancy and fun to your palettes this year. If you are looking to make your own and don’t know how or don’t know where to begin, don’t look any further than this article on Making a Color Palette 101. And be sure you don’t miss any of my free color recipes by visiting here.

Blue Ribbon Polymer Clay Color Recipe – Premo

  • Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Blue Ribbon by KatersAcres10 Parts Ultramarine
  • 1 Part Turquoise
  • 1 Part Fuchsia

***Despite what it looks like, Fuchsia is VERY saturated and can quickly overpower this blend. The same is true of Turquoise which has a lot of opaque white and will quickly mute the blend.***

IDEAS FOR VARIATIONS:

  • Add 3 parts additional Fuchsia for a purple tint.
  • Add 3 parts additional Turquoise for a mauve tint.

Download FREE Polymer Clay Recipe Cards Here

I hope today’s color selections help you get back into your studio! If not, feel free to visit our Color Recipes and find another color that might inspire you today. Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,
 

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Polymer Clay Premo Color Recipe

Blue Ribbon polymer clay color recipe for Premo polymer clay is that blue that first place dreams are made of. Reminiscent of country fairs, motor race ways, and 4H clubs. This blue means something … you’ve won! This blue carries a subtle purple undertone that doesn’t translate as well on camera as in real life.

This summer I’ve been bringing you a fun color recipe every week. Blues, pinks, greens, purples, and so much more. I’ve been getting some great feedback on how much you’ve enjoyed these on Facebook and I’m so glad to hear how much you like them. It’s my joy to bring you usable, fun, fresh, and lively colors that will bring vibrancy and fun to your palettes this year. If you are looking to make your own and don’t know how or don’t know where to begin, don’t look any further than this article on Making a Color Palette 101. And be sure you don’t miss any of my free color recipes by visiting here.

Blue Ribbon Polymer Clay Color Recipe – Premo

Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Blue Ribbon by KatersAcres
  • 10 Parts Ultramarine
  • 1 Part Turquoise
  • 1 Part Fuchsia

***Despite what it looks like, Fuchsia is VERY saturated and can quickly overpower this blend. The same is true of Turquoise which has a lot of opaque white and will quickly mute the blend.***

IDEAS FOR VARIATIONS:

  • Add 3 parts additional Fuchsia for a purple tint.
  • Add 3 parts additional Turquoise for a mauve tint.

Download FREE Polymer Clay Recipe Cards Here

Parker & His Prize Winning Flowers StoryBook Scene by KatersAcres | Available for Adoption on Etsy

This Parker StoryBook Scene has the Blue Ribbon Color Recipe featured in his flower cane and naturally, on his Blue Ribbon first prize. I hope today’s color selections help you get back into your studio! If not, feel free to visit our Color Recipes and find another color that might inspire you today.

Thanks for joining me today. Sculpt Your Dreams!

KatieSignature

Free polymer clay tutorials are made possible by the Whimsical Sculpting Tutorials Club.

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