Separation Enamel Project Download
Check out how to create separation enamel with a torch! It helps you create fun, unique designs in your enamel.
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Separation enamel is a great process to create fun designs in your enamel. While it’s traditionally done in a kiln, these instructions will show you how to create it with a torch.
Required Tools and Supplies:
- Enamel, Counter or Black (for back side)
- Enamel, Wax Yellow (Thompson Enamel, #2110)
- Enamel, Foundation White (Thompson Enamel, #1030)
- Enamel, 2 contrasting colors of transparent (Thompson Enamel, Nile Green #2305 and Copper green #2410 were used in the project)
- Enamel, Iris Purple #1760
- Enamel, Ivory #1238
- Separation enamel
- 24-gauge copper shape of your choice (in this project a leaf was chosen)
- Penny Brite
- Vintage chain with clasp, 18"-22"
- Vintage charms for an accent, 2-3
- 19-gauge 6mm jump rings in matching vintage color, 2-3
- Paint brush
- Clean paper (magazine)
- Butane torch
- Tripod with mesh
- Fire Tweezers (cross-locking are best)
- Alundum stone
- Chain-nose pliers, 2 pair
Originally Published: Step by Step Wire Jewelry, August/September 2016
|Author/Speaker/Editor||Kieu Pham Gray|
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