Messy Color™ Moana Ltd Run

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Moana Ltd Run (511506)<br />A teal opal.

A teal opal.

"Moana swirled with TAG Tibet and Fire Lotus, encased in clear. Capped with Great Bluedini." – Sue Stewart

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  • Special thanks to Genea Crivello-Knable for providing the photo in this section.

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Moana with DH Aurae. See more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"CiM has classified this with the blues - as opposed to the greens - and it is that shade of blue-green that you could argue all day that it belongs with the greens - until you put it next to a grass green - and then you put it with the blues - until you put it next to a royal blue. Truly - right down the middle - this is a translucent teal - and it positively glows. The photos do not begin to do it justice." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Moana swirled with TAG Tibet and Fire Lotus, encased in clear. Capped with Great Bluedini."
Sue Stewart
“On the right you will see that I did get the glass to spread, just how I like! I used a band of regular Dark Ivory glass first. I melted in the Dark Ivory and let it spread onto the surface. I then added a line of SIS, and let that melt into the surface on top of the Dark Ivory. VOILA!” Read more on Genea’s blog on Art Jewelry Elements.
Genea Crivello
"Moana in the flesh looks transparent in places, but mainly opaque. At the holes of a couple of beads it turned slightly milky in appearance. Layered over white, it turned slightly lighter, but not much."
Carli Hall
"Ivory is the neatest reaction of the bunch - it separates and curdles when used on top of Moana as well as developing a dark line reaction. When Moana is used on top of Ivory, a dark brown line reaction pops up, in addition to a lot of muddy brown webbing and the Ivory rising up in halos around it." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham