Some deep jade greens, with cinnamon swirled throughout. Deep and mysterious.
The most old-school Red Creek Jasper in the group. Spectacular, and the last of its kind that I can find.
Also quite a classic collection of Red Creek markings and colors.
Predominately cinnamon, with golds, greens, and deep, dark veining.
Nut brown with jagged deep green veining, and just a few hints of gold.
Various shades of brown and copper with a quartzy lightning strike.
The simplest of the group, in deep rich chocolate.
This focal would feature the pretty curves and details in the bezel.
Some interesting dark inclusions in this focal bead, with creamy highlights.
The dark tones in this focal are almost purple, maybe best described as midnight.
It has a petrified wood quality. Unique and unusual.
For this week, I will leave these kits priced as they are at $52. A kind of sale, because as I calculate my kit cost each time, it seems to go up, just like the cost of housing and groceries. Then, on the 18th, they will go up to $55, so if you are interested, grab your favorite by St. Patrick's Day, to take advantage of the old pricing. Caramel's ancestors demand to be fed, and the cost of peanuts has gone up...
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