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If you’ve ever wanted to make your own bespoke paint colors but have felt a little daunted by the process, be afraid no more! Pretty much all colors on the spectrum can be made by a careful combination of primary colors. All you need to do to mix your paint colors is to have an idea of what color you want to make; then it’s time to experiment. This is a fun activity that needn’t be stressful at all and can lead to some surprisingly wonderful results.

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1. Learn the Color Wheel

A color wheel is built up of the colors red, blue, and yellow, and every shade and hue they make when combined. This is a great way to learn how the colors affect one another. To make a certain color, look at the color wheel and see which primary colors they fall between - this gives you an idea of which colors you need to mix.

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