You can read about my initial foray into etching in earlier posts, saltwater and acid. I finally had the time to do the real commissioned piece, and my customer chose the chiseled font (which we agreed looks better with her initials than a script). However, that also meant I needed to find a way to transfer the image from my computer onto the surface of the copper to act as a resist. Because I have known how to etch in theory for years, I also have a collection of websites with helpful info. This one explains how to use a printer or photocopier for image transfer, and it worked successfully. This piece looks pretty on its new owner with her beautiful red hair. Copper is so perfect for fall, and this is a unique monogram pendant that is not available in stores.
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