Polymer Clay Color Recipes | Pink Rose Palette [Premo Sculpey]

Pink Rose Color Palette by Polymer Clay Tutor1A: Pink Rose
3A: Rouge
4A:Rippled Glass

Roses are red, Violets are blue… hmmmmmlet’s see nowok how about this… Roses can be a nice shade of pink too!

Yes you can go ahead and groan now.

Bad poetry aside, a flower as pretty as this needs to be remembered long after the colors fade… perfect inspiration for the Vol-039 A-series color palette. The following recipes will be added to the Polymer Clay Members Library in August 2011:

  • Pink Rose (Recipe 039-1A)
  • Kissed (Recipe 039-2A)
  • Rouge (Recipe 039-3A)
  • Rippled Glass (Recipe 039-4A)

Soft and pretty, Pink Rose is the delicate pink color found in the highlights of this lovely Rose Bud. Kissed is the Fuchsia Rose color found in the center of each petal. Rouge is the rich almost raspberry red that rims the frilly edges of the bloom. And Rippled Glass is the watery Silver Blue of the dappled background.

I’m new at polymer clay but after encouragement from Cindy on my blog I got up enough courage to start playing. Color has been fascinating for me. After doing some color mixing experiments that went horribly wrong, I am excited to start using the color recipe cards! ~Judith-R

I always love your color choices, Cindy. Thank goodness we have you to come up with all of these beautiful color palettes. ~Jeanne-C

Cindy! Thanks so much for all of your striking palettes…your color recipes are just phenomenal! ~Phaedrakat


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  1. pollyanna, 11 July, 2011

    What a beautiful rose. Love this palette!!!

  2. Ritzs, 11 July, 2011

    This Is my kind of colour, and I can smell it in my mind

  3. Linda K., 11 July, 2011

    Oh, this is my new favorite palette! Those pinks are gorgeous and in my mind there is nothing prettier than a beautiful rose with a blue or blue-gray background.

  4. Jeanne C., 11 July, 2011

    This is a stunning color palette. I love roses and the colors you created are beautiful. I love pinks, purples and blues!! Looking forward to receiving the recipes.

  5. Catalina, 11 July, 2011

    Just perfect! I bet these are amazing! Will make a beautiful rose cane for sure!

  6. Jocelyn, 12 July, 2011

    Will this be the palette to have ready for Friday?

  7. Phaedrakat, 13 July, 2011

    Wow, this is just gorgeous! Absolutely stunning, and the names are X-tra delicious! Thanks for these…I’ll be looking forward to them as they trickle in each week… ;D

    @Ritzs: Smell with your mind? I love it! :-)

    Scents do trigger memories; makes sense (scents?) to me… ;D

    @Jocelyn: You’re as anxious as I am, Jocelyn! Unfortunately we can’t have these ready by Friday…unless we figure them out on our own, LOL. This is August’s palette; we still need the last 2 colors from Vol-038-A. But I get it…these are SO PRETTY! :-)

  8. Jocelyn, 14 July, 2011

    @Phaedrakat: Good to see you back around, hope you are having a good summer. Shoot! You are right on the colors. Sometimes when I see these new pics, I just want to run and make them immediately. Better than anything I’ve come up with, lol.

  9. pattw35, 12 July, 2011

    Pantone color of the season is Honeysuckle. Not yellow – but pink ( some designer named it LOL). It is a lovely shade of Pink. Just the thing for this palette. Thanks for the pretty,pretty colors

  10. Cherie, 12 July, 2011

    I love roses; love to grow them, paint them , mold them! This is a beautiful palette. thanks for the pretty palettes!

  11. Silverleaf, 12 July, 2011

    Lovely flower, and what a beautiful palette! I especially like the way the blue sets off the pinks. Roses are one of my favourite flowers, I love the way they smell and feel.

  12. Peggy Barnes, 12 July, 2011

    WOW Back just in time for this wonderful color palette. Can’t wait to see what you make with some of these beautiful colors. Oooooh la la.
    Many Many Uuuggs,Peggy

  13. Teresa D, 14 July, 2011

    These colors and the rose especially reminds me of my childhood home. There was a 50yr old rose bush under my parents kitchen window that I loved. Thank you.

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