I had mentioned some wonderful news last week on my Facebook page.
CiM - Creation is Messy's latest newsletter featured my work and I was honoured to be included.
If you missed the issue, click here to read it now!
Here are a few sets to brighten your January days!
All sets within this post are NOW SOLD
Seafoam Opal Spacers
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy Glass
A delicate and rich hue of Seafoam in this set of 23 spacer beads. Simply elegant for your jewelry creations!
Dreams of India Frit Rounds
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy and Gaffer Glass
On a base of CiM's Submarine yellow opaque glass, this set of frit beads was created with a generous sprinkling of Gaffer mixed purple frit. The mixture pulls together rich India inspired hues of curry and light purples.
Turquoise, Coral and Ivory
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy and Effetre Glasses
The combination of CiM's Fremen, a light turquoise, and Phoenix, a bright coral orange create bright and colorful beads to brighten your winter jewelry. Highlights of Ivory were added for variety.
Materials: Bullseye Glass
Whispers of silver rich rare Bullseye Aurora glass are captured within clear glass rounds.
Each bead is unique and unusual for a true one of a kind set!
Celestial Sky Frit Rounds
Materials: Effetre Glass and Glass Diversions Frit
This set of 15 beads was created with a base of Effetre Sky Blue opaque glass sprinkled with Robin Koza's Celestial blend glass frit. A classic combination perfect for both casual and business jewelry designs!
Raspberry Cream Rounds
Materials: Bullseye Special Production Glass
Created with rare Bullseye Special Production glass named Raspberry Cream, these round beads have striations of dark raspberry pink and streams of creamy white.
2012 End of the Year Orphans - 114 BEADS!!!
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy, Effetre, Trautman Art and Double Helix Glasses
This set of orphans are the various color and bead trials over the past 6 weeks. Lots created with silver glass and 99% fine silver foil and wire! Lots of shapes and sizes including barrels, crystals, lentils, flat tabs and rounds. There are beads with various size holes to allow for you to create jewelry or simply wear a single bead on a cord or chain.