Red Wine Color Recipe – Fall 2017 Color Palette

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Fall 2017 Color Palette - Red Wine by KatersAcres

Premo Color Recipe for Polymer Clay

Red Wine color recipe for polymer clay. Earlier in the month, I introduced you to the Fall 2017 color recipes. What would fall be without a glass of crisp red wine? It would be like having a deep luscious red missing from our fall color palette. Don’t worry, I wouldn’t leave it out. Enjoy!

Red Wine Color Recipe – Premo Polymer Clay

  • Red Wine Color Recipe - Fall 2017 Color Palette by KatersAcres1 Part Orange
  • 4 Parts Alizarin Crimson
  • 1/2 Part White


  • Use this with any of the Fall 2017 Color Palette Colors.
  • Add 1/2 more part White to significantly lighten this red color.
  • Omit the white completely to have a more bold red color.
  • Pairs well with pink, yellow, & almost-white colored acrylics or inks to help it stand out in the crowd (get my recommendations here).
  • TIP: As with all red based colors, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before using other colors after you have made or used this blend. Get my free hand scrub recipe here.

See the Color Fall 2017 Color Recipes here

I hope this red wine color recipe will help inspire your fall creations and won’t leave you whining (see what I did there). If this color wasn’t quite what you were looking for, feel free to visit our other Color Recipes and find a different color that might better suit your tastes.

Thank you for being a part of the Kater’s Acres Family, Sculpting Blessings,




4 thoughts on “Red Wine Color Recipe – Fall 2017 Color Palette

  1. Thank you, Katie! You make wonderful colors…and you make it so easy for your viewers!

    1. Thanks Carrie! I’m so glad you enjoy the recipes!

  2. Hello! I just love your Color Recipes! I’ve made chip after chip and have a binder organized with Kater’s Acres on the front. lol What is the recipe for “Red Wine” again? There seems to be a typo on the Red Wine recipe page. Thanks again…I know it took a lot of time and organization to make all the recipes and I really do appreciate what it took. Happy claying to you!

    1. I’m so glad you enjoy the recipes! I corrected the typo, thank you for bringing it to my attention! Here’s the recipe: 1 Part Orange, 4 Parts Alizarin Crimson, 1/2 Part White

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