Heat Color Set & Fire Surface Effects for Metal Jewelry by Mary Hettmansperger
"There is something about adding color and alternative surfaces to metal that inspires and ignites creativity," writes Mary Hetmansperger. She teaches you a variety of techniques through a series of exquisite jewelry projects that will become uniquely your own. Embossing, paints, and colored pencils are used to achieve vibrant and distinct coloration, for instance, while epoxy resin and eposy putty are applied to bring a new added surface to metal. Other techniques include fusing, enameling, and etching. From earring to rings to necklaces, here's how to give metal jewelry a beautiful, personalized look. 9x8.5 in. dimension.
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