Everlasting Palette | Premo Color Recipes Vol-069-B

Everlasting Palette by Polymer Clay Tutor1-B: Pearly Everlasting
Green Shoots
Misty Lavender
Earthy Teal

Well isn’t this close up of a pearly Everlasting plant gone to seed, just the most dreamy color palette you could imagine? It’s a lovely wintery combination of colors that reminds me of why nature is so wonderful!

At first glance, you may think that this Vol-069-B Palette is very similar to the Vol-068-B Lichen Branch Palette. On my computer screen they do look very similar indeed. But once mixed, you will see these polymer clay colors are quite different.

Both palettes have pale neutral colors that have a lovely wintery feel to them. They both have similar greenly shades… and they both have an underlying soft gray tint. But where the Lichen Branch palette has an almost chalky matte look, the Everlasting palette has a shimmery, pearl like quality… almost icy and magical really.

I do hope you enjoy this color inspiration for our Vol-069-B recipe series. I think they will truly be stunning in your polymer clay projects for February 2014 and beyond!

Everlasting Palette by Polymer Clay TutorEveryone who is subscribed to our Polymer Clay Guest List will be able to download the following recipes free, one per week on Friday mornings during the month of February 2014:

  • Pearly Everlasting (Recipe 069-1B)
  • Green Shoots (Recipe 069-2B)
  • Misty Lavender (Recipe 069-3B)
  • Earthy Teal (Recipe 069-4B)

[wp_ad_camp_1]Pearly Everlasting is a soft shimmering neutral with a hint of green, found in the fuzzy flowerets of the pearly everlasting plant. Green Shoots is the soft sparkling yellow green, found at the base of the yellowy seed heads. Misty Lavender is the misty purple shade of the background of this photo. And Earthy Teal is the soft blue green color found on the stems of this fading flower head.

The recipes described above are from the Volume-069 B-Series Palette. They are free to download for everyone subscribed to my Polymer Clay Guest List, Friday Email Newsletter.

If you want to see the Volume-069 A-Series Color Palette that paid library members will also receive during the month of February, then click here: Chevy Bel Air Palette

Another pretty palette. Even though the colors are similar to another palette – it is always different! A little tweak here and another one there = a new palette. I always make the color recipes, so now I can compare one to another. Because they can be used together, each palette has compatible colors. Very useful! Congrats on you Golden anniversary! Such a mile-stone in your quest for just the right palette! We enjoy your palettes – always. Thanks for adding this PLUS to your Polymer Clay Tutor videos!! ~Patt-W

I’ve been mixing up some of your beautiful color palettes lately, yesterday I did your Alpine Succulent vol 017B. By the time I was done I just sat looking at these 4 new beautiful colors that you and your creative brain came up with. I wanted to jump back here and tell you thank you right away. Cindy Thank You for your beautiful, creative, and generous self. I’m so grateful to have found you, your family and this polymer clay family. Don’t want to imagine, while DH works 2 jobs, what all these quiet hours at home alone (w/ 7 cats) with out polymer clay and this community would be like. Feeling very Blessed. ~Tantesherry

Once again thanks CINDY, we appreciate all the hard work that goes into blending and naming your colour palettes. ~Elaine-F


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  1. Jocelyn C, 28 January, 2014

    Subtle wonderful colors, love them. We had tons of the flowers you mentioned, and your efforts are dead on.

  2. Jocelyn C, 14 February, 2014

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  3. Carrie H, 24 February, 2014

    Hi Cindy – quick question from a rather confused newbie….where do I find the actual recipes for the colour palettes? Thanks :-)

  4. Cindy Lietz, 24 February, 2014

    Hi Carrie,

    Here is how the recipe cards work…

    Paid subscriptions include 24/7 access to the monthly project videos and the A-series color recipes from the Volume in which you join, and forward. All purchased back issues also include a full A-series palette of color recipes. The A-series color recipes are available to you when you log into your members library account with your username and password.

    For the complimentary B-recipes, currently you must download them to your computer when my email newsletters arrive in your inbox each Friday. There are links right in the email newsletter that allow you to download the recipe cards. But please note that the links to the B-recipes in the email newsletters expire after a couple of weeks. So you need to be diligent about grabbing them while they are available.

    Also if you did not already know, the B-recipes cycle through the newsletter twice. This gives you a second chance to download ones that you may have missed on the first pass, when they circle ‘round again.

    Hopefully this clears things up for you. Thanks for being a valued member of the community.

  5. Carrie H, 24 February, 2014

    OK – think l’ve got it :-D
    I seem to keep getting lost on the website…..must try harder, LOL!

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