Messy Color™ Goddess Ltd Run

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Goddess Ltd Run (511573)<br />A bright misty opal blue- same hue as Paradise.

A bright misty opal blue- same hue as Paradise.

"Such a gorgeous shade of cyan blue, with an opalness to it; being an opal glass this just accentuates the inner beauty this colour radiates. Just stunning." – Juliette Mullett

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  • Goddess is a misty opal blue; its milky opal counterpart is Paradise.
  • Special thanks to Claudia Eidenbenz for providing the photo in this section.

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"Comparing CiM Goddess [bottom - a misty opal], Merryweather [middle], and Electric Avenue [top - an old school opal colour]. Not sure my photo really does the luminosity of these colours justice!"
Heather Johnson
"Clear core, Ra & Opal Yellow [ran out of Ra, used Opal Yellow at ends], Goddess torso. Nice, buttery, viscous, very little reducing, very easy to work."
Laurie Nessel
"I'll say again that current CiM misty and milky opal colours are outstanding! Goddess is the most gorgeous warm blue. I don't have any other glass that's quite like it and it works beautifully in the flame. I think I'll be going through quite a bit of this one!"
Heather Johnson
Left to right: Goddess, Paradise. See more of Claudia’s color comparisons.
Claudia Eidenbenz
"Nymph edged with Goddess and pressed for petals. Goddess reminds me of bright Caribbean waters and is so pretty used with other neutrals, blues, and greens especially. I love how it looks when pressed with Nymph. They just blend together into yumminess. And I will be testing a lot of these colors over and under other CiM colors which increases my palette by a lot!"
Marcy Lamberson
"A bright misty opal blue, Goddess is a happy blue like Paradise, its translucent sister glass. Simple round beads with Grape Lolly shards from thepurplelilydesigns." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Goddess is a gorgeous misty blue that catches the light beautifully."
Gloria Sevey
"Goddess is a bright and happy blue! This is one of their misty opals so it’s not quite transparent. It is a truly lovely aqua blue."
Lori Peterson
"Such a gorgeous shade of cyan blue, with an opalness to it; being an opal glass this just accentuates the inner beauty this colour radiates. Just stunning."
Juliette Mullett
"Goddess is fine to work with and the only issue I had with it was some slight fizzy scumming. At first I thought it was devitrification but when I inspected the first bead I made with it, after annealing, I realised it was probably just a case of what I’m calling ‘Blue Fussiness’. Some blue glasses like to be kept hot [think Effetre transparent Dark Aqua 036, or CiM Leaky Pen] and they don’t appreciate the temperature fluctuations that go alongside sculpting. My constant faffing about upset the glass and it fizzed, creating patches of white scummy-looking bits. I had a second attempt and made a conscious decision to constantly keep the bead as warm as I could and I had a much better result, so yeah, classic Blue Fussiness. You can just see a little bit of the white microbubbling in the photo, on the right hand side of the bead in the midsection." Read more at Laura's blog.
Laura Sparling
"Goddess- wow what a great colour and one of my favourites. A misty opal that's bright and fun!"
Suzy Hannabuss