Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Translucent CiM Glass

Just a little sharing tonight of some beads made with translucent glass from Creation is Messy. Their translucent glass has a beautiful opalescent glow and it's very nice to work with.

This first set was made with a base of Kryptonite and a partial encasing of Effetre Pale Emerald Green. The scroll designs are Triton. Depending on the light, the beads look either jade, mint or lime green. The translucent CiM colors are really magical!CiM Kryptonite and Pale EmeraldThis set has a base of Crocus and an encasing of Larkspur. They can look pink, blue or purple depending on the light.Crocus and Larkspur with Triton Scrolls

6 comments:

Art of the Firebird said...

Wow. Just...wow.

rosebud101 said...

What she said.

Nancy said...

I stumbled upon your blog from Jelveh's website. I love your beads!! I am new to lampworking and am having a hard time finding the time to get to the torch (which is out in my bitter cold garage in Ohio). These translucent glasses are beautiful! I just purchased the lavender one's. Also am loving your Tolkien pendants. And..... the Sangria beads pictured with the tiny pomegranate!! Man O Man!! Make more!! (then teach me :)
I LOVE Sedona. I've been there twice and it has to be my favorite place in the world. Its very hard to describe the feeling you get when driving up and seeing the rocks. People just need to see it for themselves!
Happy beading!

angelinabeadalina said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Karolen said...

Wow, thanks everyone for your comments!!

Nancy, I'm glad you found my blog! Winter is a hard time for lampworking. It's cold in my garage, too, but not as cold as Ohio I'm sure!
Why don't you move to Sedona? :-D

Kim said...

Great beads! :)