A couple years ago I told you about a project involving a custom texture sheet and metal clay to recreate a bride’s wedding invitation on a pendant. Full story here. I’m so glad I posted the graphic I used, because I was able to use it again to make an etched copper disc for the same gal.
Etching is a whole different animal, especially challenging for me when creating custom pieces. I’ve only accepted etching orders from returning customers and dear friends, but I still kick myself every time I get halfway through a monogram piece and something goes wrong. Eventually I come up with something I love enough to pass on to my customer, so it must be the end products that compel me to try it again.
It is much more fun for me to etch when the results don’t matter, like these pendants (already sold – sorry!). If the etched design doesn’t turn out I can just repurpose the copper. Making jewelry should be FUN and not stressful!
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I love it! I did my first etched piece today but the chemicals scare me. You'll have to email me and tell me what way you do it.
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