One of the great things about polymer clay is how forgiving it can be. I recently did a Skinner Blend of several of the Premo Sculpey blues (Denim, Cobalt, and Ultramarine), made a large sheet and layered it after backing with Navy Bue, and added a sheet of silver leaf to the pile. After running the stack through the Pasta Machine, at increasingly thinner settings, a very supple shading developed with silver flecks that remind me of stars in the night sky. Perhaps Blue Moon might be a better name for this collection. What do you think?