Messy Color™ Sprout Ltd Run

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Sprout Ltd Run (511411)<br />A pale opaque green.

A pale opaque green.




"This dense, opaque color is called Sprout, and is almost ghostly in appearance, without the grey tones of Dirty Martini or the yellow tones of Key Lime Pie. It's slightly lighter in shade than Cardamom.....and much less stiff! I would call this color a true mint green." Read more at Kandice's blog. – Kandice Seeber

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"Sprout seems to be another one of those colours that helps Copper Green not to go all grey when they are used together. On top of Sprout, Copper Green seems to develop a faint dark line reaction. When Sprout is used on top of Copper Green, the line is turquoise." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham
"This dense, opaque color is called Sprout, and is almost ghostly in appearance, without the grey tones of Dirty Martini or the yellow tones of Key Lime Pie. It's slightly lighter in shade than Cardamom.....and much less stiff! I would call this color a true mint green." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber