Tuesday, May 22
The sets within this post are now SOLD
Golden Poison Apple
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy and Double Helix Glasses
This glittering set of 12 beads was created with a base of CiM's Poison Apple green glass on which Double Helix Aurae shards were added and reduced. Each bead was then reduced to bring out the glorious metallic bling!
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy and Effetre Glass
Everyone needs spacer beads!
This set of 50 spacer beads has 10 of each of the following 5 opaque rainbow colors: CiM's Cornflower Blue, Sherwood Green, Grape Ape and Effetre's Extra Dark Red and Yellow Apricot.
Antique Silvered Rose
Materials: Effetre Glass, Fine Silver foil and Val Cox Frit
On a base of Effetre White pastel, 99% fine silver foil was added and layered with Val Cox Pink Lipstick frit, a fine mix of pinks.
The combination was then melted into the surface. The result is a golden peachy-rose silvered pattern on each bead. So pretty and dainty for summer!
Goddess Bead Series #126
"Feminine form of Roman Faunus, meaning to favor"
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy, Effetre, Trautman Art and Double Helix Glasses
This set of 8 goddess series beads was created on a base of CiM Tamarind Unique#2 opaque glass. Each goddess bead was then layered with dots of Effetre Dark Ivory, DH silver infused glasses XX463 and Trautman Art Glass, Fire Lotus.
The combination of the glasses create the multi-hued portals captured under each clear glass dot. Double Helix Triton completes the metallic highlight droplets on each bead. Four Tamarind spacers are included in this set.
May Goddess Orphans
Materials: Effetre, CiM - Creation is Messy, Double Helix Glasses and Trautman Art Glasses
This 22 orphan bead set is an eclectic assortment of various Goddess Beads beads.
The uniqueness of each goddess bead allows the designer to create a truly one of a kind piece of precious glass jewelry.
Each bead uses an base of Effetre or CiM glass with portals of silver infused glass encased in clear to capture the richness of each silver droplet.