If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to repurpose old spoons, why not turn them into unique jewelry pieces? With the help of these two free video tutorials and our pre-flattened sterling silver spoon bowls, you can learn how to transform them into beautiful rings. Whether you’re an experienced jewelry maker or just starting, these tutorials provide step-by-step instructions and plenty of inspiration to help you get started. So why not try it and see what beautiful jewelry you can create from your old spoons? Sold by size/weight.$15.00
Introducing the Flatwearable Metal Stamping Tool, a game-changer that will save you time and money on your stamping work. This tool helps to eliminate common mistakes, such as double impressions caused by stamp bouncing, wrong placement, and hitting your fingers. This tool will make your letter, number placement, and depth more accurate and consistent.
Our insert design allows you to use four different-size stamps in two different inserts. To get started, add the Metal Stamping Tool to your cart, then select the insert(s) you want. Please note that the attachment fits on an arbor press with an arbor diameter of no more than 1″. The arbor press is not included.
Avoid stamping on stainless steel with our metal stamping tool, as it can damage the insert and attachment. We provide video instructions on how to set the insert into the attachment, which you should follow carefully. Please note that damage can be caused by improper use.
We also offer a <u “=””>METAL BASE PLATE to add to your arbor press to create a sturdy work surface. Watch our videos below to see the Flatwearable Metal Stamping Tool in action.
Insert A holds the largest stamp (1/2″) and the smallest stamp (1/4″),
Insert B holds the two middle sizes of stamps, 3/8″ and 5/16″.
The copper strips are 7 inches long and 2 inches wide, with a thickness of 16 gauge and a 1/2 hard rating. They are perfect for punching out larger bracelet blanks using Potter pancake dies. You can also cut them into smaller pieces for creating your own embossed blanks using a rolling mill, or for making pendants and other jewelry add-ons. For my cuffs, I use 6″x1″ strips, which yield two blanks of that size, and a 1″x2″ piece for another project. If you need an extra large cuff, you can use the full 7″ strip, which will yield 4 blanks for 1/2″ cuffs.
For the best impression, we highly recommend annealing the metal before working it with a rolling mill. As you work the metal, it will become harder, and you may need to anneal it multiple times. If you are unfamiliar with annealing, there are many video tutorials available on YouTube. One of the attached photographs shows 2 patterned plates side by side. You can see the difference between annealed and unannealed strips when creating impressions in a rolling mill.
To make the letters and graphics on your templates more visible, you can use our paint pen to fill them in. Additionally, you can use these pens to fill in designs and letters that have been stamped into metal. To remove any excess paint, simply wipe it off with a glass or other household cleaner.$4.00
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