Thursday, October 23, 2008

Stone Ground and Pinky Purple Luster

Here's a set I made using CiM Stone Ground and Double Helix "Pinky Purple Luster": Stone Ground and Pinky Purple Luster"Pinky Purple Luster" is the name for Double Helix odd lots M-166 and M-232b. The glass on these beads is the M-232b, but I've also used the M-166 and they seem to be identical. A gorgeous, light, bright gold with pink highlights. Similar to Triton in some ways, but a lighter gold color. One of my favorite glasses!

I love the CiM Stone Ground. It's easy to work with and has nice color. It's similar to the color of ASK Caramel Apple or Effetre Opal Yellow. On these beads you might be able to see that the M-232b fumed the Stone Ground and gave it a subtle purple iridescent sheen. Here's another photo of the set:CiM Stone Ground and Double Helix Pinky Purple Luster These beads were inspired by Hayley Tsang.
Have a beautiful day everyone!

1 comment:

rosebud101 said...

As always, gorgeous! The things you can do with glass! Wow!