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.
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— Kater’s Acres (@katersacres) December 15, 2015
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.”
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2 thoughts on “Polymer Clay Color Recipe: Glistening Snow”
Thank you Kater!
You’re very welcome Deb! Enjoy!