Messy Color™ Seashell Ltd Run

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Seashell Ltd Run (511710)<br />An opaque creamy beige.

An opaque creamy beige.




"When encasing Seashell, it's not as opaque, and tends to wash out just a little. Encased stringer with Seashell as the base, and clear or a light transparent as the cover yields a bit of a ghostly effect. It's pretty if you like that sort of thing." Read more at Kandice's blog. – Kandice Seeber

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"When encasing Seashell, it's not as opaque, and tends to wash out just a little. Encased stringer with Seashell as the base, and clear or a light transparent as the cover yields a bit of a ghostly effect. It's pretty if you like that sort of thing." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
"This soft opaque glass is pale in colour and has a hint of beige/pink undertones. This is a perfect colour for beadmakers who colour match skin tones, making it a suitable glass for facial colouring."
Liz DeLuca
"I've been hoping that CiM would make an 'ivory' for sometime - and this is the closest yet. From the left - self-coloured, with turquoise dots, and with EDP dots." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson