Polymer Clay Spring Color Palette

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Polymer Clay Spring Color Palette

There’s nothing that gets me in the mood for spring more than creating my very own polymer clay spring color palette. Over on my FaceBook page this past week I asked for your suggestions on what makes a good Spring Color palette. The answers varied widely, but most of you felt that pastels were a must. So without further ado, I bring you this polymer clay spring color palette.

Polymer Clay Spring Color Palette Sample

There’s something about the sunrise and sunset that I not only love, but also deeply inspires me, especially during the spring and summer season. This polymer clay spring color palette was created from a palette I was inspired by over at colorpalettes.net. Unfortunately, as of the writing of this article, I can not seem to locate the palette number on their website. [If you would like to learn how to make your own palette from a photo you can do so here.]

I created this palette to match the photo almost exactly as I loved this palette so much. The only difference I made was I made the grey significantly darker. Why? I feel that in all my color palettes I like to have at least one dark neutral. This polymer clay spring palette is on the cool side and I love it for that, I hope you do too. Enjoy!

Click the link above to get a printable 4×6 card version of this entire palette to take into your studio with you!

Click on the links below to go to each of the color recipes below:

Blends & More

Polymer Clay Spring Color Palette | Blends and More

Don’t forget that when making your individual recipes that you can make as much of each color as you’d like so that you can create gorgeous blends to make canes, backgrounds, and more!

To make the blend shown at the left I used: storm, sunrise, white, peaches n’ cream, white, & lemonade.

Thanks for joining me today, Sculpt Your Dreams,

1 thought on “Polymer Clay Spring Color Palette

  1. The color palettes site is dangerous! I lost at least an hour on there, finally emerging with far too many images saved for later playing.

    Oh, and in there I found this one: #1715.

    Now to stop dithering… -really- close those tabs down, and get back to work. The dragons won’t make themselves!

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