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Old 2014-10-07, 7:59am
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Green olive odd.
Does anyone remember this glass? I found some and am not sure what is so great, since it's so dark. Any tips on what it is good for. Thanks in advance.
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Old 2014-10-07, 9:21pm
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No idea. But if you want to offload it I've been looking for a really dark olive recently....
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Old 2014-10-08, 6:30am
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Is that the one that Amber uses for her dragon scale tutorial?
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Old 2014-10-08, 8:20am
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Nope her's is a lighter olive. But thanks.
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Old 2014-10-08, 1:30pm
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I believe Amber uses Lauscha.
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Old 2014-10-08, 3:37pm
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That' what I thought. Thanx for input
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Old 2014-10-08, 6:07pm
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is it the one with the turquoise core? I like that for making the leaves where you heat the stringer and push-drag it onto the bead…if you look close, the turquoise core shows through and gives your leaves the centerline….Green olive is reactive with some colors and can get darker or fuzz out, so test before you make lots of beads….
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Old 2014-10-16, 11:05am
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No but that's a great idea.
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