Metal Birdhouse Necklace with Jen Crossley DVD

Learn how to make a charming birdhouse necklace using soldering, wire wrapping, form techniques, and more!
SKU: 14MM35

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Learn metal etching, drilling, and wire wrapping techniques to make a charming birdhouse necklace that’s perfect for every season. Elevate your skills and learn forming, metal cutting, and soldering. Jen Crossley will walk you through every step of this fun project while giving details, expert tips and instructions to complete this necklace.

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About the Artist
Jen Crossley is an Australian mixed-media artist and highly sought after instructor. Her art is truly unique, incorporating found objects, vintage ephemera, etched metal, resin, and more. With a true eye for detail and the ability to see past a rusty bit of metal, Jen is able to create assemblage pieces, tiny books, and stunning jewelry from the assortment of pieces she collects.

• Rubber gloves
• Pipe cutter
• Doming block
• Bench block
• Bench pin
• Sandbag
• Bastard-cut mill file
• Sandpaper, 1200 grit
• Safety glasses
• Masking tape
• Metal soldering wire
• Power drill
• Metal drill bit, 1/3"
• Irwin clamps
• Vice
• Scrap piece of wood
• Butane torch and butane
• Gel flux (Available at stained glass supply stores.)
• Foil pans
• Wire, 22-guage
• Tin snips
• Metal brass discs, 1" diameter
• Pliers, round-nose
• Keiba cutter
• Pumice rocks
• Hole punch, 1.80mm
• Brass tubing, ¾"
• Ferric chloride
• Chain
• Jump rings
• Crystal beads
• Head pins
• Baking soda
• Rubbing alcohol
• Marker, permanent, black
• Ruler
• StazOn® ink pad, black
• Rubber stamps
• Plastic dishes

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU 14MM35
Author/Speaker/Editor Jen Crossley
Size N/A
Number Of Pages 0
Runtime 74 minutes
ISBN 13 9781632502698
Drop Ship Message N/A
Product Type DVD
File/Trim Size N/A
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