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How to Make a Mint Green Color

by Benna Crawford
Basic color theory provides all the hints you need to make mint green, whether you're decorating your guest room or a dozen cupcakes. Mix equal parts of two primary colors -- blue and yellow -- to get green. Then add white to lighten the green until it is a pale, cool minty tint. Adjust the color as...

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