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Lauscha Prussian blue base with all of Allison’s color suggestions on top, plus a lot of foil and then encased. amethyst base plus copper green, which for some reason gave the whole bead a metallic look

Lampwork boro glass beads

Watermelon Breeze - BBGLASSART - Lampwork Boro Glass Beads

Tutorial on my Jewel Stones beads, an organic type and fun to make! - Lampwork Etc.

Lampwork Beads by Lisi. Tutorial on her Jewel Stones beads, an organic type and fun to make!

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lampwork glass beads

*I did NOT burn off the silver leaf until the end. *I used a strip of silver leaf the length of the sheet and 1/4" wide. The entire strip went on one bead. *Burnish the silver to the bead well. *I made my ruby dots medium sized, rather than very large. *I worked cool until it was time to melt it all together. *After I melted it all down, I added another ruby dot on top of the melted ones, because I wanted the pink to pop.

Tutorial: ‘Ruby Gold Silver Beads’ - WetCanvas Lots of recipes here

SRA Lampwork Glass Bead Rustic Organic by StoneDesignsbySheila

SRA Lampwork Glass Bead, Rustic Organic Etched Focal Lenti Green Brown Silver

SRA Lampwork Glass Bead Rustic Organic by StoneDesignsbySheila

Lampwork Beads Artisan Glass Beads BBGLASSART by bbglassart

Lampwork Beads, Artisan Glass Beads, BBGLASSART, Lampwork Bead Pair, Sea Stone

Sea Stone Lampwork beads - Lampwork Boro Beaded Pair by bbglassart

Faux Boro In the beads below I used transparent teal, cobalt and medium blue for the base. I really like how the blue ones came out the best. I used a different clear, it was Rocio. I don't like it, it has a yellowish tint to it, you can see in the photo's. It's not bad but I prefer it to be better.

Faux Boro In the beads below I used transparent teal, cobalt and medium blue for the base. I really like how the blue ones came out the best. I used a different clear, it was Rocio. I don't like it, it has a yellowish tint to it, you can see in the photo's. It's not bad but I prefer it to be better.

Hanabi is the Japanese word for fireworks. The translation is fire flower. The tutorial explains clearly how to make the long bead on the left in the picture. Although this tutorial does not go into detail explaining how to make the other beads in the photos, I do offer suggestions for ways to experiment with the techniques to achieve results as you see in the other beads shown. With the techniques that youll learn, youll be able to take the basic ideas and expand them to fit your own…

Hanabi Bead Tutorial

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Handmade Lampwork Glass Bead Set of 7 Organic Rustic Lentil Purple Green Blue 'Autumn Fire' Made to Order

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