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Posted on July 20, 2017 in Creative Prompts by Katie Oskin
Dark Green Shimmer Premo Polymer Clay Color Recipe is reminiscent of Christmas, holly leaves, and the sparkle of a Christmas tree. I love green polymer clay, especially green polymer clay with a blue undertone. This metallic and luscious polymer clay will brighten up those dull greens!
Blue Ribbon polymer clay color recipe for Premo polymer clay is that blue that first place dreams are made of. Reminiscent of country fairs, motor race ways, and 4H clubs. This blue means something … you’ve won! This blue carries a subtle purple undertone that doesn’t translate as well on camera as in real life.
Raspberry Puree polymer clay color recipe for Premo polymer clay is a bright fuchsia pink color with just a hint of metallic. It’s bold color will help brighten your palette.
Sea green polymer clay color recipe for Premo polymer clay is a bright sparkling green with a touch of metallic glitter. It’s bright, it’s vivid, and you’ll instantly fall in love!
Purple Dusk Premo! polymer clay color recipe is a deep purple with a touch of old gold. It’s dark, mysterious, and almost foreboding…
Golden Green Premo! polymer clay color recipe is that touch of old gold. As an illustration, gold that has tarnished with age. Surely reminiscent of pirate’s or fool’s gold. Indeed this is a unique color with attitude! This polymer clay color recipe is the perfect metallic to spice up Steampunk designs & metallic old world pieces.
Dark Waters is that hint of the deep. It’s the darkness of the underwater. It’s the depth of the ocean, the magic of the tide. This Premo! polymer clay color recipe is perfect to add depth to your summer color palettes.
Make a color palette in polymer clay? Yes please! Is it something that you struggle with? Is it something that you are great at? Do you struggle to duplicate colors you fall in love with? Today I’m going to show you a quick, easy, fun, & basic approach to make a color palette in polymer clay. The polymer clay that we are going to use today is my polymer clay of choice: Polyform’s Premo! by Sculpey. So are you ready to make a color palette in polymer clay?! Let’s go!
Mermaid teal brings together the blues and turquoise of a summer’s day, the shimmer of the water, and reminds us that even fantasies might be reality…
Have you ever noticed that purple seems to go with everything? This polymer clay purple color recipe is a super easy recipe that will slightly change your purple into something just a little more interesting … basically, purple with a punch. Hence, “Purple Punch.”
I love green … so much so that it’s one of KatersAcres primary colors. Coming up with variations of greens to use in my designs is always fun and seems to be endless with hundreds of combinations to choose from. I have been returning to this simple color often lately and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Enjoy!
Spring is here and in NW PA that means that we often have some of the most vibrant sunsets of the year. Here’s a sunset skinner blend recipe that mimics the color palette of the setting sun; I’ve aptly named it “Sunset” … imagine that.
Spring is just around the corner. That means that you will begin to use all kinds of green colors in your work once again. Green is one of those versatile colors that enjoys playing with almost anything you put with it. Here’s one of my go to greens that I create often in my studio, I call this polymer clay color recipe moss green.
This polymer clay orange color recipe is one of 5 colors for the 2016 Valentine’s Day Color Palette, Kissable Colors. Make all 5 of these luscious colors to enjoy this Valentine’s Day. Enjoy!
This polymer clay color recipe is one of 5 colors for the 2016 Valentine’s Day Color Palette, Kissable Colors. Make all 5 of these luscious colors to enjoy this Valentine’s Day. Enjoy!