Night Sky Enameled Bracelet/Necklace Combo Video will teach the basics of torch-fired enameling, constructing a bracelet/necklace combination using torch enameled charms, ribbon, bracelet chain, and fibers, and how to convert a bracelet into a necklace.
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Here’s what you will learn:
How to use a Color Wheel with corresponding enamel colors
How to use a Thompson Enamel Color Chart
How to make charms for a torch enameled bracelet/necklace
How to do three simple torch firing techniques
How to assemble the bracelet/necklace combo
How to attach charms, ribbons, fibers to your bracelet combo
How to dome a copper disk charm
Materials you need to make this project from scratch – substitutions permitted
Desired number of copper shapes – 15 to 20 recommended. Many can be purchased at (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
Iron beads, if desired (4 to 6) (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
One pair fiber grip tweezers (http://artgirlstools.etsy.com)
Two mini cake pans. Craft stores or (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
Wire bead mandrel (18 ga floral wire – cut in half). Craft stores or (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
One hollow bead mandrel with allen wrench & screw (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
One bead mandrel tip (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
Sanding block or sand paper
Thirty 8mm jump rings
Two lengths bracelet chain (approx. 7” – 9” each)
Two large lobster clasps
6 head pins
Map gas canister and torch head (approx. $55 at Lowe’s or Home Depot)
Four 12 X 12” floor tiles or metal sheet for surface protection. Foil baking pans also an alternative.
Ribbon or fiber
Two enamel colors (http://enamelwarehouse.etsy.com)
Round nose pliers (http://artgirlstools.etsy.com)
Chain nose pliers (http://artgirlstools.etsy.com)
Metal shears to cut any shapes you desire Can be purchased at (http://artgirlstools.etsy.com)
Crop-a-dial or 1/8” hole punch – Craft stores/Amazon