Mixing the primary color blue with the secondary color green gives you the tertiary color blue-green. Blue-green belongs to the cyan, or aqua, family of colors and may range in tone from the lightest turquoise to the ric... More »

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Blue is a primary color and cannot be created by mixing other colors. A light blue paint is made by mixing blue with enough white to reach the desired tint. Adding blue to a light green paint will produce a green-blue ti... More »

Equal amounts of blue and green mixed together produce the color Cyan. Cyan is one of the three secondary colors on the additive color model of Red, Green and Blue, known as RGB. More »

Equal amounts of blue and green mixed together produce the color Cyan. Cyan is one of the three secondary colors on the additive color model of Red, Green and Blue, known as RGB. More »

Blue is a primary color and cannot be created by mixing other colors. A light blue paint is made by mixing blue with enough white to reach the desired tint. Adding blue to a light green paint will produce a green-blue ti... More »

To tint mason jars, mix food coloring with a small amount of water and a few tablespoons of Mod Podge. Pour the solution into the mason jars, swirl it, and then drain the jars. Dry the jars in an oven to seal the color. More »

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To make your own Mod Podge, mix equal parts white craft glue and water, and store in a lidded container. This formula results in a less shiny finish that camouflages brush strokes more easily than real Mod Podge, accordi... More »

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