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Old 2015-07-13, 11:38am
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Default Easy, Cheap Torch Enameling with Special Effects!

Aside from my usual hand-holding version of teaching you the basics of torch enameling (and we're talking $30 torch... nothing fancy), you'll learn things like how to use decals, frit, stamps, stencils, enamel paints, cloisonne, and more.

Sign up and even if you can't be there for the live narration, you'll get a video of it as well as the detailed handout.

Now's the time to finally learn this super easy technique you can add to your creative designs!

Click here for more info!

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Old 2015-07-14, 5:55pm
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Hope you will run this again.. At present I am not able to work with my torch. However, I would love to learn more and take your course at a later date.
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Old 2015-07-14, 7:43pm
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Yay Cherri... I hope you do take this class later I'd love to see what you make.

You can either sign up now and just get the video of my presentation along with the handout via email (everyone who signs up gets that). Or I'm pretty sure it's available at on the Jewelry Making Daily website after the fact. (I guess I'll find out... after the fact).

This is my first time working with them.
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Is this done on metal?
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Old 2015-07-14, 9:04pm
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Hi Norma,

Yes, this is torch enameling on metal. I demo on copper, but you can use the same techniques on fine silver or gold.

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