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The following is a list of all entries from the Color Mixing category.

Member Benefits 067: Color Mixing

What wonderful stories that accompany your color palettes! Now this is why you have such a following. Such depth of field in all that you both do. It adds so much color (pun intended) to our lives.  Thank you. The palette is lovely, I can see using all the colors over and over. YUM! ~Patt-W […]

Member Benefits 052: Color Mixing

Funny, I was just thinking about your colour palettes today (as I downloaded them into my new computer) and was struck by the names you give your colours. The names are all so lush and original, it’s impossible NOT to try to mix them to see what they look like. ~Isabel-H >> Original post was […]

Member Benefits 048-2: Color Mixing

Another amazing set of colors! And another beautiful picture for us to admire! Cindy, I love the little stories you tell with each new color recipe. Thanks to both you and Doug for bringing us these color inspirations! ~Tanya-L >> This comment was originally posted at the following link: Butterfly Garden Polymer Clay Colors Dear […]

Member Benefits 042-3: Color Mixing

I’m learning more about color theory from the recipes than I could ever learn from a book. This is another beautiful palette. Thanks Doug for your uncanny ability to capture the beauty of nature, and to you, Cindy, for your uncanny ability to translate it into recipes we can incorporate into our work. What a […]

Member Benefits 038-1: Color Mixing

How lovely!  Looking forward very much to the Forget-Me-Not palette. I always save your descriptions of the four colours, Cindy  – they’re very poetic, you Nature Lover, you! ~Mary-U >> This comment was originally posted here: Premo Color Palettes Hi Cindy, I want to say thank you for the great color palettes and amazing projects. […]

Member Benefits 032-2: Color Mixing

You know, if you ever decide to give up clay, you’d probably be very successful at Interior Design. Your color palettes are awesome. ~Katie-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Color Recipes I totally agree that you just need to really “see” what you’re looking at and you’ll find inspiration everywhere. I’m […]

Member Benefits 030-3: Color Mixing

I am a painter and didn’t think that I would need the recipe cards because I am so used to mixing paint colors together… well… I LOVE THE RECIPE CARDS!!!  You have shown me that there are sooooooo many different colors that I can make from my clay!  So many different greens, blues, reds, purples, […]

Member Benefits 027-2: Color Mixing

Your recipes for different colors are priceless and such a time saver. I took index cards, printed the color and recipe on them then glued a baked sample on the card. Now when I need that just so color, I can just find it on my index card and whip it up with out the […]

Member Benefits 021-4: Color Mixing

Once again you have blown me away Cindy. These colors are amazing!! Prettiest ones yet I think. ~Laurel-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Blue Spruce Polymer Clay Colors I have to share with you that this article gave me the confidence to really commit to experimenting with mixing colors. I’m using your little […]

Member Benefits 015-4: Color Mixing

Great Picture!! I really appreciate the inclusion of the color palette samples against the picture so that we can see the color against the source of inspiration for it. Hope you will make this a feature from now on. Really makes it more informative and inspiring for us to try our hand at it. ~MJ […]

Member Benefits 011-2: Color Mixing

Love this idea about the recipe cards… also since you have been doing this a lot longer than most of us…any additional tips such as resources would be wonderful as well. Can’t wait to see all of this available….I am learning so much from your videos and your course!!!! Hugz Cindy. ~Pamela >> This comment […]

Member Benefits 007-4: Color Mixing

I like your color recipes and really would like more. I do have a problem with picking colors that look good together. I like earthtones and they do not reduce well, and tend to get lost in my designs when reduced. I have been working with polymer clay for quite some years now. I have […]

Member Benefits 004-4: Color Mixing

I love the two shades of green. It really brings more dimension to a piece when I can emulate light and shadow. ~Kimberlee @ Sunflower Polymer Clay Colors Can you say MUD!! I have had my fair share of mixing the wrong colors together. I have never had a course in color theory and learned […]