Mint Green Color

Decorating By jlsheik Updated 3 Jun 2008 , 11:11pm by jlsheik

jlsheik Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 5:23pm
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Need to have mint (baby) green for a cake this weekend and not sure what to blend to get it...I live in a rural area and only have access to wilton colors, any ideas would be appreciated.

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diane Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 6:22pm
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i've had this color mixing chart. found it on the web...can't remember where.
it has a mixing chart for chefmaster and americolor.

CHEFMASTER

Apricot - 2 parts Orange & 1 part Egg Yellow
Maroon - 4 parts Red Red & 2 parts Burgundy
Raspberry - 3 parts Bakers Rose & 1 part Christmas Red
Aqua - 5 parts Sky Blue & 1 part Leaf Green
Ivory - 1 Liquid Whitener & a touch of Brown and 1 part Egg Yellow
Ruby Red - 1 part Holiday Red and a touch of Black
Avocado - 4 parts Lemon Yellow & 1 part Leaf Green, and touch of Black
Jade â 1part Leaf Green & 1 part Royal Blue & touch of Black
Rust - 8 parts orange & 2 parts Red Red & 1 part brown
Burgundy - 5 parts Bakers Rose & 1 part Violet
Lavender - 5 parts pink & 1 part Violet
Sea Gold- 2 parts Sky Blue & 1 part Leaf Green
Chartreuse - 2 parts Lemon Yellow & 1 part Leaf Green
Marigold - 3 parts Lemon Yellow & 1 part orange
Silver - 1 part Black and 1 part Blue
Copper - 1 part Egg Yellow & 1 part Brown & 1 part Christmas Red
Melon - 1 part Orange & 3 parts Bakers Rose
Skin tone - 12 parts orange & 4 parts Bakers Rose & 1 part Royal Blue
Coral - 3 parts Rose Pink & 2 parts Lemon Yellow
Moss Green - 2 parts Violet & 3 parts Lemon Yellow
Teal - 9 parts Sky Blue & 1/2 part Lemon Yellow
Dusty Rose - 2 parts Christmas Red & 1 part Malt Brown
Navy Blue - 1 part Sky Blue & 1 part Violet
Turquoise - 6 parts Sky Blue & 1 part Lemon Yellow
Gold - 10 parts Lemon Yellow & 3 parts Orange & 1 part Christmas Red Persimmon - 1 part Orange & 1 part Bakers Rose
Wine - 3 parts Holiday Red & 2 parts Rose Pink
Plum - 1 part Violet & a touch of Christmas Red
Grape - 1 part Sky Blue & 6 parts Bakers Rose
Misty Green - 2 parts Leaf Green & 1 part Royal Blue & touch of Black
Antique Gold - Add just an extremely small touch of Leaf Green to Lemon Yellow Aqua - 5 parts Sky Blue and 1 part Leaf Green
Avocado - Use Moss Green paste
Blue Lavender - Mix a small amount of Violet with white icing
Burgundy or Wine - Mix 3 small parts Blue and 1 part Red-Red. (This is very difficult color to mix)
Chartreuse - 9 parts Lemon Yellow & 1 part Leaf Green
Gray - Add just a touch of Black to white icing
Lavender - 6 parts pink & 1 part Violet
Navy Blue - Mix in a large amount of Royal Blue until a deep Blue is achieved. Add a very small amount of Black.
Peach - Mix equal parts of Lemon Yellow and Pink Pink
Lavender - Mix a small amount of Blue color with Pink colored icing.
Raspberry - Mix equal parts of Pink and Red-Red.
Turquoise - 9-1/2 parts Sky Blue & ½ part Lemon Yellow
Warm Gold - Add just a touch of Red Red to Lemon Yellow
Aqua - 1 part of Leaf Green and 3 parts of Blue
Dusty Rose - 4 parts of Reddi Red and 1 part of Blue
Lavender - 2 parts of Pink and 1 part of Blue
Lilac - 1/2 part of Reddi Red and 3 parts of Pink and 2 parts of Blue Lime Green - 1 part of Leaf Green and 3 parts of Yellow
Mint - 1 part of Leaf Green and 1 part of Yellow and 2 parts of Blue Orange Pastel - 3 parts of Pink and 2 parts of Yellow
Peach - 2 parts of Pink and 1 parts of Yellow
Pistachio - 4 parts of Leaf Green and 1 part of Yellow
Salmon - 1 part of Reddi Red and 6 parts of Yellow
Sea Green - 1 part of Yellow and 1 part of Blue
Turquoise - 1 part of Leaf Green and 4 parts of Blue
For pastels, add 2 parts of white icing to 1 part of any color.
Apricot - 1 part orange & touch of peach
Grape - 8 parts burgundy & 3 parts royal blue
Juniper Green - 1 part forest green & 1 part orange
Lavender - 2 parts deep pink & 1 part violet
Maroon - 1 part burgundy, 1 part super red & touch of royal blue
Plum - 3 parts violet & 1 part christmas red
Sea Foam Green - 2 parts forest green & 1 part ivory
Avocado - 6 parts ivory & touch of sky blue
Gold - 4 parts egg yellow & 1 part chocolate brown
Khaki (Olive Green) - 3 parts lemon yellow, 2 parts violet & touch of mint green
Moss Green - 1 part leaf green & 1 part orange
Purple - 1 part violet & 1 part deep pink
Silver - 1 part super black, 1 part royal blue & 1 part bright white
Flesh tone - 2 parts bright white & 1 part peach
Jade - 2 parts forest green & 1 part leaf green
Lion Color - 5 parts egg yellow & 1 part chocolate brown
Navy Blue - 5 parts royal blue, 2 parts super black & 2 parts violet
Raspberry - 6 parts Deep Pink, 1 part super red & touch of violet
Tan - 5 parts egg yellow & 3 parts chocolate brown.

Americolor

Apricot - 2 parts Orange + 1 part Golden Yellow
Aqua â 1 part Sky Blue + 1 part Leaf Green
Avocado - 4 parts Lemon Yellow + 1 part Leaf Green + touch of black
Burgundy - 5 parts Rose Pink + 1 part Violet
Chartreuse - 5 parts Lemon Yellow + 1 part Leaf Green
Rust - 8 parts Orange + 2 parts Red + 1 part Brown
Copper - 1 part Golden Yellow + 1 part Brown + 1 part Xmas-Red
Hunter Green â 1 part Kelly Green + small amount of black
Coral - 3 parts Rose Pink + 2 parts Lemon Yellow
Lavender 5 parts Pink + 1 part Violet
Silver (Gray) 1 part Black + 1 part Blue
Turquoise - 6 parts Sky Blue + 1 part Lemon Yellow
Teal - 9 parts Sky Blue + small amount of Lemon Yellow
Dusty Rose - 5 parts Rose Pink + 1 part Violet
Mauve - 5 parts Rose Pink + 2 parts Orange + 2 parts Red + 2 parts Black
Plum -1 part Violet + a touch of Christmas Red
Gold - 10 parts Lemon Yellow + 3 parts Orange + 1 Red
Maroon - 4 parts Red Red + 2 parts Burgundy
Moss Green â 2 parts Violet + 3 parts Lemon Yellow
Navy Blue â 1 part Sky Blue + 1 part Violet
Grape - 1 part Sky Blue + 6 parts Rose Pink
Raspberry - 3 parts Rose Pink + 1 part Christmas Red
Ruby Red -1 part Red Red + touch black
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jammjenks Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 6:27pm
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I use just a very small amount of Wilton leaf green.

jlsheik Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 11:11pm
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Thanks I will play with color tomorrow hopefully I can come up with something....That color chart is awesome, I will print it for future color issues!!

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