These lampwork beads turned out absolutely beautiful. The combination of Val Cox Morpho Blue frit with blue goldstone is a lovely combination. In a few of these beads I added some Arrow Springs Turquoise Stone frit which made a beautiful mix of dark blue and turquoise. The turquoise color is really just the right color to add a little contrast without losing this beautiful blue color.
The Turquoise Stone frit from Arrow Springs created such a beautiful shade of turquoise blue. Half of these beads are made with the frit swirled and encased and the other half has swirls on top of the glass. The colors are so vivid and makes me think of the colors in the Caribbean sea.
The Hydrangea frit from Glass Diversions is a pretty combination. It can produce watercolor effects depending on your glass base color. The base glass and time in the flame will determine how much of a spread or reaction you get. This frit is primarily turquoise, cobalt, fuchsia, purple, and green.
These beautiful beads were made with different base glass colors and the same reactive Gaffer blue chalcedony frit. It is pretty amazing how different all the reactions are just by using different base glass colors. This frit really surprised me on how pretty the beads turned out. They created a nice organic look & feel.