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Use rubber stamps and a simple embossing pad (watermark pads work too!) to create patterns on enameled pieces.

Enamelings Tips: Using Rubber Stamps! (Art Jewelry Elements)

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Look what a little enamel can do for your metal and wire scraps and metal stamping mistakes! Enamel Makeovers: Turn Wire and Metal Scraps into Enameled Jewelry Components - Jewelry Making Daily blog

Barbara Lewis' Pantone Spring 2012 Enamel Recipes!

Painting with Fire Studio: Pantone's Colors of Spring 2012

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Holding Agent/Enamel Adhesive – You can use enamel holding agent like Klyr-Fire (dilute with water 50/50) or use a cheap liquid hair spray (I was told the cheaper the hairspray the higher the alcohol content which works great, i.e. White Rain) One thing to remember is to let the piece dry after you sift your enamel before firing. If you put too much holding agent and there is wet enamel, it will pop during firing and leave holes. Safety Glasses – Always protect your eyes! Torch fire enamelin