Morning Dew Drop Color Recipe for Polymer Clay

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Polymer Clay Color Recipe for MORNING DEW DROP by KatersAcres


Polymer Clay Premo Color Recipe

Is there anything more special than looking at your window at all the gorgeous morning dew drops sitting on the lawn, flowers, and foliage? It’s one of my favorite sights, especially as we near the end of the hot season and usher in some of the cooler days of the year.

Morning Dew Drop Polymer Clay Color Recipe – Premo

  • Polymer Clay Color Recipe for MORNING DEW DROP by KatersAcres8 Parts Turquoise
  • 1 Part Silver
  • 1 Part Fuchsia
  • 1 Part Ultramarine


  • Use this with any pink toned palette to a awesome pairing.
  • Works great alongside a yellow palette to add vibrancy.
  • Pair with pink acrylics or inks to help it stand out in the crowd.
  • Use white acrylic silkscreened images to really add a “pop” of a surface treatment.

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I hope today’s color selections help you get back into your studio and try something new. If this color wasn’t quite what you were looking for, feel free to visit our Color Recipes and find another color that might better suit your mood. Thanks for joining me today,

Clay on,

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2 thoughts on “Morning Dew Drop Color Recipe for Polymer Clay

  1. I just mixed some of this up and it’s exactly what I was looking for for this next project!

    1. Wonderful! I’m glad you found it so useful. Blue is my favorite color, so I LOVE making blue color recipes.

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