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New Colors




I got some new Thompson Enamel colors today so after I made beads, cleaned up, made dinner (ok, ordered pizza!) and whatever else I did, I went downstairs to try them out. I'm going to Hilton Head for a week so I will have torch withdrawal, so I just had to try them! Here they are, very earthy!

Comments

Cindy said…
These deep, rich colors are really pretty! Have fun at Hilton Head!
Nice! I especially love the plum!
Love them...They're very cool!
Anonymous said…
great rich colors, i like them too!
Unknown said…
Have a great week. I think this bunch is especially beautiful.
Anonymous said…
Very nice! I just ordered a bunch of different enamel colors from Barbara. I too am going on vacation and will have to wait until I come back to play with them.
lunedreams said…
yes, I was going to say, "rich, deep" colors! really luscious. reminds me of lampwork! well done!
Rose said…
Those colors are amazing. I also love the plum.

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