Tuesday, September 24

A Little This and That! Catching up!


Eos - Goddess Series# 156
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy, Effetre and Double Helix Glasses

""Greek myth name of the goddess of dawn, meaning "dawn."

On a base of CiM's new Raindrop Limited Run, portals were created using layers of Dark Ivory, drops of Double Helix's luster silver glass, Ossa creates the watery portals. Each portal was encased in clear glass and dots of Double Helix rare test glass, HE379 were added to bring out the shine of each highlight dot.


Belgian Linen on Pink Frit Rounds
Materials: Lauscha Glass and Val Cox Painter's Series Glass Frit

Starting on a base of Lauscha pink transparent glass, Val Cox Belgian Linen frit was sprinkled to create these 10 romantic beads.


Etched Tapestry Organix Mixed Set
Materials: Vetrofond and Effetre Glasses, 99% Silver and Assorted Glass Frit

Various bases of Effetre glasses were combined with fine silver foil and wire and sprinkled with a custom blend of rare Purple Rose, Raku and Tobacco glass frit to create this organic set of beads. Glasses include Effetre Sedona, Opal Yellow, Light Turquoise, Copper Green, New Violet, Coral, Light Sky Blue and Vetrofond Mauvelous. These beads were etched to a matte organic feel with the silver microdots sprinkled among the tapestry patterning.


Nemesis - Goddess Series# 157
Materials: CiM - Creation is Messy, Effetre and Double Helix Glasses

"Assyrian myth name of the most prominent female deity in the Babylonian pantheon making her the leading one." 

On a base of CiM's Nutmeg Ltd Run, portals were created using layers of Dark Ivory and Medium Amber, mixtures of Double Helix silver glass to create portals in autumnal hues of orange, amber and brown. Each portal was encased in clear glass and dots of Double Helix Aurae were added and reduced to bring out the shine of each highlight dot.


Purple Rose Frit Rounds
Materials: Effetre Glass and Val Cox Glass Frit
 
On a base of Effetre Rose Quartz transparent, purple rose frit was generously sprinkled and melted into the surface.




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