Messy Color™ Cupcake Ltd Run

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Cupcake Ltd Run (511331)<br />An opaque yellow with silver.

An opaque yellow with silver.




"Cupcake is another lovely creamy ivory with a teeny tiny hint of green. Not too soupy either." – Suzy Hannabuss

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CiM Cupcake
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Suzy Hannabuss

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"Cupcake is my favorite of all. I love the creamy soft yellow and it will be great for a base bead and flowers too."
Suzanne Cancilla-Fox
"Cupcake seems non-reactive to DH Clio."
Jenefer Ham
"Cupcake is the colour of vanilla cake batter. A warm creamy off white, it’s lovely as a base bead or on its own. Non-reactive with turquoise. Shown here as spacers, with Effetre dark sky blue and as a base for DH Psyche."
Janet Evans
"Cupcake is an opaque yellow cream. It melted smoothly with no problems with shocking or cracking. It is nice to work with a non streaky yellow cream when I am creating beads with glass frit. This set sprinkled Val Cox Pink Lipstick frit, a mixture of pink transparent and opaque glasses. Two spacers of Cupcake show the base glass for comparison." See more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Beeswax Misty and Cupcake. Cupcake is a super creamy light ivory. Lovely for puppies."
Lori Peterson
"Cupcake is another lovely creamy ivory with a teeny tiny hint of green. Not too soupy either."
Suzy Hannabuss
"This Cornicello charm is made from Cupcake. What a beautiful warm off-white. It is a great option if you want a non-streaky ivory colored glass. Very smooth and easy to work with. It melts into a more creamy less yellow color once it comes out of the kiln. No problems with shocking or cracking. The ornamentation on the top of the charm is made from Italian glass and I saw no compatibility issues."
Alexis Berger