When I first saw this, I thought it was the new color called Cardamom (yes, I'll be testing it later on). However, it isn't Cardamom - it's a unique version of Elphaba, according to Kathy at CiM. "B" is much, much lighter than Elphaba, and slightly greener than Cardamom (but still really close).
Dirty Martini, only more saturated and less grey. It's very springy - if I were naming this color, I might call it Pale Mint or Baby Green.
The consistency of "B" is nice and smooth - not too stiff or too soft. It works very nicely, and was easy to manipulate.
Like other CiM greens, this pretty color doesn't tend to bleed when encased, or spread when melted. It layers well and stays opaque (if very, very light). It only striated a tiny bit (as you can see in the middle of the spacers).
In this set of beads, I layered "B" with Effetre Yellow Green to brighten it up a bit.
All in all, this is a happy pale green that will make lovely, springy beads. Hopefully CiM will have this one out soon - or at least have a number and a name for future ordering! :)
|"B" with Effetre Yellow Green, Silver Pink and Light Brown.|