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Faux Enamel on Metal with Pebeo Fantasy Prisme

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alternative to LOS

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Tip: Cleaning & Storing Vintaj Patina Bottles

Tip: Cleaning & Storing Patina Bottles

Experimentation - Warm Pickle and LOS

Art Jewelry Elements: Experimentation - Warm Pickle and LOS

Liver of Sulfur

Love My Art Jewelry: A Little bit about Liver of Sulfur

6 Ways to Add Color to Metal

Learn 6 Ways to Add Color to Metal with Gail Crosman Moore
  • Nancy Cornett
    Nancy Cornett

    Yeah! I just pre-ordered this DVD. It's exactly what I've been experimenting with lately - color and metal. I love alcohol inks but am still working on a good way to seal it. I haven't tried nail polish but I have done a bit with glass paint and it's very similar.

PEBEO for Jewellers

WireWorkers Guild: PEBEO for Wirejewellers!

Vintaj Patina Tip: Try Adding Color to Chain

Patina Tip: Try Adding Color to Chain

What's the Diff? Examining Current Patina/Color Products: Swellegant, Gilder's Paste, Vintaj/Ranger Designer Inks Dec. 6, 2012 - Artisan Whimsy

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hmm ... powder-coating? paint? (Lydia Feast, Untitled)

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Heat Coloring Copper

etsy metal: Heat Coloring Copper

Vintaj Patinas Techniques with Special Guest Blogger Els Van de Burgt from Elizabeth Craft Designs

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Free Sapphire Patina Tutorial

Sapphire Patina Tutorial

Threading Lightly: Patina Party (patina experiments using LOS, ammonia etc)

Threading Lightly: Patina Party

Metal Coatings and Easy Patinas

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The Little Black Dress of Jewelry: Using Kliar E-Coating Black Finish

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Altering Resin Cameos with Swellegant

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Oxidizing Copper with Ammonia

MeganEilise: Oxidizing Copper with Ammonia

Metal Patinas

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how to; image to metal transfer

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Adirondack Alcohol Inks

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Patina Everything! vinegar, white or apple cider salt, just regular old salt out of my shaker. For small items. I fill a quart yogurt container half full of vinegar, and sprinkle in some salt. (not measured, but guess 1 tsp.??) dump your keys, clips, hinges, watch parts, locks... any metal you want to 'age'. I leave them over night, just 'cause it is convenient. Seal if you touch items a lot

Treasures from the Heart: Rust and Patina How To

Darken brass by placing in a sealed container with ammonia.

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Quick Tip Video: Vintaj Patina Stamping & Sealing

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Ammonia/salt patina

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