Polymer Clay Color Recipe: Ruby Slippers

Posted on July 10, 2014 in Creative Prompts by Katie Oskin

New Polymer Clay Color Recipe

Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Ruby Slippers by KatersAcres | Find Out How to Make This Unique Color

Custom Blended Colors

Not often do I find myself repeating colors. Why? I like the “surprise” I get when I put new colors together. Sitting next to my marble work tile is a small little spiral bound notebook. I use this to jot down quick ideas or colors used for a new blend. I do this so that if I do create a color I want to repeat later, I can do it with ease.  I didn’t learn to do this until after I had made the most gorgeous color imaginable and couldn’t reproduce it … because I had no idea what I put in it. *Sigh*

Polymer Clay Color Recipe: Ruby Slippers

I call this color “Ruby Slippers” because it is truly the deepest ruby with metallic fleck …

Polymer Clay Color Recipe for Ruby Slippers by KatersAcres | Find Out How to Make This Unique ColorWOW! I am in love with this. In fact, I’ve made several things from it now.  These instructions use Premo! polymer clay.   Here’s how to make your own:

  • 2 Parts Premo! Fuchsia
  • 1 Part Premo! Metallic Mauve (Original recipe) *
  • 1 Part Premo! Copper

* If you do NOT have any old stock of the Metallic Mauve, you can recreate it with a similar color using 8 parts Premo! Pearl & 1 part Premo! Fuchsia

Don’t forget to add this to your color recipes chart or make a recipe card for it.

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FREE Recipe Card:

FREE Polymer Clay Color Recipe Card for Ruby Slippers by KatersAcres | Find Out How to Make This Unique Color

INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the image above to open the larger version & print on your home computer. Just mix the recipe as described, cut a sample piece, bake, & glue onto the card where it says “Yield.”

IDEAS FOR VARIATIONS:

  • Add a little white to brighten and soften the color.
  • Add a little silver or pearl to soften the color and add more metallic effects.
  • Add more pink for a greater “Ruby” tone.
  • Add more copper for a super dark  metallic “burgundy” tone.
  • Add a little black for an even darker version.

What Will You Create?

What kinds of things would you make with today’s color palette? Feel free to post your creations on my Facebook page and show everyone what you have made with the color palette from today’s blog post. Also, feel free to tweet your picture to @katersacres with the #KatersCP to show off your creation!

I hope today’s palette & color selections help you get back into your studio this weekend! Thanks for joining me today and don’t forget to sign up for more tutorials, prompts, and projects direct to your email.
Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,
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2 Comments for this entry
MagicByLeah
July 11, 2014
12:42

Wow that is a stunning color. I love reds and sparkly colors. Can’t wait to try it. Thinking it’ll look nice as a fairy petal dress or… oh boy the possibilities are infinite

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Katie
July 12, 2014
19:02

Add a touch of red glitter to really make it sparkle!

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