Messy Color™ Honey Mustard Ltd Run

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Honey Mustard Ltd Run (511306)<br />An opaque yellow.

An opaque yellow.




"What a wonderful surprise to discover that the glass turned into the most creamy caramel base allowing me to surface decorate the bead with silver frit and silver handmade murrini! The colour developed from pale yellow through to rich butterscotch caramel from the flame to the kiln." – Liz DeLuca

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"This photo shows a nice progression of a wonderful coral-pink blooming. The bottom of the bead is a great representation of un-struck Honey Mustard, the center shows it starting to strike and the top is obviously struck the most. . . . I have made several more beads using Honey Mustard and have gotten beautiful coral-pinks to warmer mustard shades. Sometimes you can get some great striations that look similar to the sunset or desert sand." Read more at Chris' blog.
Chris Sanderson
“The bead on the right was not struck before going into the kiln - it was significantly lighter, but has come out of the kiln functionally the same colour as the bead on the left, so while it looks different going into the kiln, apparently it will darken up by itself.” Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"What a wonderful surprise to discover that the glass turned into the most creamy caramel base allowing me to surface decorate the bead with silver frit and silver handmade murrini! The colour developed from pale yellow through to rich butterscotch caramel from the flame to the kiln."
Liz DeLuca
"There is some interesting breakup around the EDP, much like with Opal Yellow." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson