Messy Color™ Split Pea

511481 - Sold Out

Split Pea (511481)<br />An opaque pastel split pea color.

An opaque pastel split pea color.




Split Pea used for vine cane. – Melanie Graham

Click here for other interesting Split Pea discoveries.

 
Messy Cardamom & Split Pea with Effetre dark brown special
Jolene Wolfe
Split Pea, Dirty Martini, Butter Pecan Unique and Effetre Sage Green transparent
Laura Sparling
Messy Split Pea & Reichenbach Silver Brown
Carol Oliver
Messy Split Pea, Pumpkin, Evil Queen, Smurfy, Lauscha Cocoa, and Olympic Raspberry
Bethany Lemasters
Messy Split Pea
Joy Munshower
Messy Split Pea
Robert Jennik

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Split Pea is unique to the 104 lampworking color palette.
"It does striate, as do many other greens. It is a beautiful "foliage" color--More earthy and authentic than effetre grass green, but more vibrant than colors such as CiM Commando or Olive. The color is slightly reminiscent of Ask 104's Aloe Vera--but richer in color." – Bethany Lemasters
  • Special thanks to Bethany Lemasters & Vonna Maslanka for providing the photos in this section.

Visit the CiM Resource Page on the Kitbitz Art Glass site.
See Kay Powell’s frit testing samples.
Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.


"As you might already know, most Effetre and Vetrofond opaque greens are very streaky, and will feather and spread, bleeding their color right into whatever they are melted on, making kind of a mess of things. It’s for that reason that I prefer to use CiM glass for my opaque green shades [including the Split Pea vine shown here]." Check out Kandice's tutorial Making Storybook Pumpkin Beads.
Kandice Seeber
Check out Trudi Doherty’s tutorial for a “Tumbling Leaves Bead” using Split Pea in the July 2012 issue of the Soda Lime Times.
Trudi Doherty
Split Pea used for vine cane.
Melanie Graham
"Split Pea is perfect for laying white dots on."
Susanne Folin
“With Ivory, Split Pea is tons of fun. You can see what happens when you heat these colours together enough to web.” See more Split Pea tests including Split Pea with silver glass, copper green, Tuxedo, opal yellow, and white at Melanie’s blog.
Melanie Graham
"Split Pea is a slightly streaky colour, and only lightly reactive, as shown by the bead with the light ivory dots." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"I made a bead in every green shade of CiM I own, and also in similar Effetre shades." See more comparison beads including etched versions at Lush Blogs.
Julie Fountain