Gelly's Sty 1/4 Kilo CiM (67)

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1/4 Kilo of Gelly's Sty CiM Glass Rods, 10-14 rods

Gellys Sty is described as "a creamy, smooth and vibrant true pink"

"Gelly's Sty on the left, Dark Pink Alabastro on the right. Both pink. Both nothing alike." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson

"You can see this yellowing in the leftmost bead of this pair as well.  It must be reducing it that makes Gelly's Sty turn yellow, since the unreduced beads in both sets of test beads do not have the yellowing and the reduced ones do." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham

Melanie uses Gelly's Sty frit in her blend "Strawberry Crème." See more of her 104 compatible FrittyBits blends.
Melanie Graham

Learn how to make a bead with Gelly’s Sty and pixie dust in Amy Kuczewski’s tutorial in the February 2013 issue of the Soda Lime Times.
Amy Kuczewski

Gelly's Sty, Kryptonite, & Electric Avenue, sand blasted & etched.
Jeri Warhaftig

Diane Woodall uses Gelly's Sty for the ears of a mouse in her tutorial in the May 2012 issue of the Soda Lime Times.
Diane Woodall

"One thing I like is the different color Gelly's Sty takes on when used on the black base without a dot of white under it - it brings out a bit of purple to the pink and I like that when used with the more traditional color of the Gelly's Sty." Read more at Chris' blog.
Chris Sanderson

"I haven’t used Gelly's Sty before but my beads came out completely translucent. I noticed that some of the comments about it were that it was mostly an opaque pink and that’s how you describe it also. As you can see, my beads are all translucent. They’re even more translucent than the photos show."
Gloria Sevey

"They are perfect for somebody battling cancer, or has fought and won!"
Teri Yount

Diane uses Gelly's Sty for her ice cream cone beads. Check out her tutorial in the October 2011 issue of the Soda Lime Times.
Diane Woodall

"I have a friend who has survived breast cancer and in preparation for the Race for the Cure she asked me to make some pink beads- I used Gelly's Sty among other Messy pinks." See more pink beads at Chris's blog.
Chris Sanderson

"Now this is a nice pink, and well worth the money. It melts a little bit slow, but does not boil or scorch and otherwise is well behaved. One of the best pinks out there, and the color saturation is pale, but most definitely pink! Not fussy at all, you can work this glass in a good flame without problems." Read more at Laura's blog.
Laura Critchfield

"Creation is Messy makes wonderful pinks. That's what first drew me to the CiM glass - and I'll bet the same applies to many others." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson

Gelly's Sty is named for Gelly Davis's delightful pigs. Thanks, Gelly, for always making us smile!