Thursday, April 29, 2010


Did you see those plates full of dried paint? Those are the "down and dirty" palettes the painters at Carol Roeda Studio use. After days of pouring and mixing paint, the plates are literally filled to overflowing. After the paint dries and the full plate is no longer useable, a couple of our ingenious painters take them home. Out of these heavy but colorful disks of color they create their own line of jewelry called MuddPuddle. You can see all your favorite Carol Roeda paint colors right there in the individual beads. Isn’t that amazing?


  1. What a great idea and what beautiful beads! I'd love to see more of their work.

  2. How would one go about getting some of the beads?