Are these colors gorgeous or what? The soft pinks with hints of fuchsia pink accents are just lovely together. This frit is from Arrow Springs and really created a lovely set of lampwork beads. In a few of these beads, I added some Val Cox Pink Lipstick. It is not obvious which ones contain this darker pink frit.
A customer was looking for some magenta beads which turns out looks more like Double Helix Euros. So I will give it another go this weekend and see if I can create similar beads in the right color. Making all these beads side by side was great for me to see the different shades side-by-side.
Pink glass holds a special allure in the world of art and design, captivating the hearts of many artists and enthusiasts. However, pink glass, particularly in the world of lampworking, can be relatively expensive compared to other colors due to several factors. Here are some reasons why pink glass can carry a higher price tag
The fuchsia pink, ivory, and dark brown colors in this lampwork bead look really nice together. For some reason, it really reminds me of candy or ice cream. I do not even eat ice cream, which might be a crime. Lactose and I are not friends.
These beads were created with a white core with Rhea pink over the core. Then encased in Clio then reduced. Accents of gold mica and silver foil are perfect. The color is very beautiful in ranges of pink, peach, fuchsia with purple hues.