Messy Color™ Pond Slime Milky Ltd Run

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Pond Slime Milky Ltd Run (5114008)<br />A lime green milky opal.

A lime green milky opal.




"Pond Slime Milky is a lime green milky opal. Each bead was sprinkled with Double Helix's Aurae silver glass frit. The glass color stayed true under the frit as seen in comparison to the Pond Slime Milky spacers. I had no issues with melting this glass. It flowed easily and smoothly with no bubbles or shocking." See more at Darlene's blog. – Darlene Collette

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CiM Pond Slime Milky
Jolene Wolfe
CiM Pond Slime Milky with DH Aurae
Darlene Collette
CiM Pond Slime Milky with DH Gaia and OX459
Darlene Collette
CiM Pond Slime Milky
Alexis Berger
CiM Pond Slime Milky
Tammy Mercier
CiM Pond Slime Milky
Joy Munshower

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"Just like the Misty shade, just a little more opaque. Thin layers will give a transparent look. This colour shouts Spring. Easy, smooth and no bubbling."
Jean Daniels
"Pond Slime Milky is on the mandrel, and the fish not on a mandrel is the misty version. The Milky and Misty colors vary in the degree of translucency. I have to say, I am not seeing a huge difference between Pond Slime Misty and Milky."
Dwyn Tomlinson
Left to right: Elixir, Pond Slime Misty, Pond Slime Milky.
Claudia Eidenbenz
"Not shocky, melted nice, a bit stiffer to work with like most opalinos. Played nice over white with a clear core and layered with enamels. Nice light green color."
Tammy Mercier
"Pond Slime Milky is perfect for my trellis garden beads, beautiful glowing green, easy to work with as well, melts smooth and color is stable."
Anna Miller
“Pond Slime Milky is a lime green milky opal. Each bead was created layering two of Double Helix's silver glasses. First, a sprinkling of Gaia was placed in the centre of each bead and melted in. Surface decoration was added with a Double Helix emerald green luster called OX 459. Each bead was waved in a reduction flame to bring the metals of blue, green and golds to the surface. The glass color stayed true under the frit as seen in comparison to the Pond Slime Milky spacers. I had no issues with melting this glass. It flowed easily and smoothly with no bubbles or shocking.” See more at Darlene’s blog.
Darlene Collette
"These two glasses are the same shade but one is designed to maintain a more opaque 'milky' translucency and the other a more 'misty' or transparent hue. I must admit I am a sucker for a good lime green! This color, when used by itself, seems to glow within! Pond Slime works up like a dream with zero issues! These colors work great for color layering and ombre work."
Michelle Veizaga
"Pond Slime Milky is a lime green milky opal. Each bead was sprinkled with Double Helix's Aurae silver glass frit. The glass color stayed true under the frit as seen in comparison to the Pond Slime Milky spacers. I had no issues with melting this glass. It flowed easily and smoothly with no bubbles or shocking." See more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"I found Pond Slime Milky [far left] to be essentially identical to Pond Slime Misty. They both are easy to work and gorgeous lime green semi-transparents."
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Maria Schoenenberger
"I loved Pond Slime Misty and Milky. These colors are a lovely light yellow-green and both have a wonderful luminosity to them. I didn't notice a huge difference between the misty and milky. Both behaved beautifully in the flame and were easy to sculpt."
Lori Peterson
"Okay, if you know me, you'll know that I am not a huge green fan. But, I have to say that this glass may be making a convert out of me! It is a lovely soft shade of yellowy green and the milky quality adds a romantic feel. It behaved nicely, with no shockiness issues despite the translucence. When introduced to silver, there was evidence of faint webbing as you can see in the lentil bead and the small spacer. The silver also created a yellowish cast to the glass. This may be an issue for some, but I think it's cool. Pond Slime Milky is shown here in rod form, layered over white, as a blown hollow, a spacer, swirled and reduced with Double Helix Triton, and as a large lentil with silvered ivory stringer."
Janet Evans
"Don't judge a book by its cover- this colour is not appealing to look at in rod form, but is surprisingly pretty awesome when melted, and so versatile as it works so well with other colours in a similar palette range. Works wonderfully with silver glass. Melts like butter, no boiling or scumming, but would recommend preheating."
Juliette Mullett
"I made a sculptural bird bead with Pond Slime Milky. Loved this color and found it easy to work with. I began with a clear ‘core’ body and then encased in Pond Slime Milky. This gives an opportunity to see encasement with the color. The head, wings and tail were added straight from the rod. I used Reichenbach Deep Black for the base of the beak followed by Effetre Pastel Yellow. The eyes were also Reichenbach Deep Black."
Kim Fields
Left to right: Pond Slime Misty, Pond Slime Milky, Honeydew Milky.
Olga Ivashina
Left to right: Anole, Witches' Brew, Pond Slime Misty, Pond Slime Milky.
Olga Ivashina
"This little trio of hollow beads is yummy! We have left to right: Consuelo Milky, Pond Slime Milky and Honeydew Milky! I love them all, but the Honeydew is callin’ my naaame!! Prior to today I had kiln warmed all the glass prior to working it . . . this time, nope . . . didn’t warm it a bit and all three colors did fantastic! No bubbling, scumming or flying bits of glass! All of these milky glasses have a glow from within, a translucence that is captivating!"
Angela Dose
"Creation is Messy make absolutely fabulous opal green glass and Pond Slime is no exception. Again the misty [white dots] and milky [black detail] versions appear to be quite similar until you hold them up to the light and then it's easy to see that the Misty version has much more translucence." See more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Yum, yum, yum!!!! This is such a fun and unique color!!! It's too pretty to be called 'pond slime' but it is a more yellow green opal than the previous color offerings by CiM! Such a great color! I love everything about it!"
Joy Munshower