Messy Color™ Starry Night Ltd Run

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Starry Night Ltd Run (511584)<br />A Stone Ground base color with Cornflower blue streamers.

A Stone Ground base color with Cornflower blue streamers.




"This reminds me of a bluer version of Pachamama, reminiscent of a streaky milky sky with a hint of dry pale sandy hues. I preheated this rod, melted lovely with no issues. I found by mixing the tip of the gather upon itself back onto the rod and melted again I was able to get more streaks when applied. A lovely subtle mix of hues and is perfect for beach style beads or for a pastel and natural look." – Juliette Mullett

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  • Starry Night is available exclusively at Ed Hoy's International in the USA.

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"Starry Night is a streaky blend with blue streamers. It seemed to yellow when worked in the flame. Not shocky and no issues with bubbling or scumming."
Terri Herron
"This reminds me of a bluer version of Pachamama, reminiscent of a streaky milky sky with a hint of dry pale sandy hues. I preheated this rod, melted lovely with no issues. I found by mixing the tip of the gather upon itself back onto the rod and melted again I was able to get more streaks when applied. A lovely subtle mix of hues and is perfect for beach style beads or for a pastel and natural look."
Juliette Mullett
"A streaky blend with blue, that almost appears to fume and go greenish, like there is some silver in the base color. I'm not quite sure what I think of it, except I probably would have liked there to be more blue. Which is kind of my rule for life anyway." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson