Riveting Enamel Video Tutorial

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Riveting Enamel Video Tutorial - A basic step-by-step guide to cold connecting and heat connecting enamel. In this video you will learn how to make heat rivets and how to connect your enamel jewelry to metal using heat rivets and traditional riveting techniques.

This video is too large to download from Etsy. It is housed on VIMEO for viewing. In your "instant download" you will receive a document with the website link and password to the video on VIMEO. You can access the video as many times as you like. The link will not go away. If you have any difficulties with the process, please don't hesitate to Convo me.

NOTE: This video does not teach you how to enamel, but it does teach you how to connect metal components to your enamel pieces, like bead caps, decorative components and metal backs. It really expands your jewelry making tool box!

Video and PDF tutorials are intellectual property. Once you purchase them, they cannot be returned or refunded. Please make sure you know what you are buying before you purchase one of my tutorials. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to convo me before you make your purchase.

For more jewelry making tutorials, please visit my shop: www.etsy.com/shop/mybrownwren

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I really like the tutorial. I don't like having to go to Vimeo to view it. Another password to remember. I would rather pay for a DVD and postage.
Jan 30, 2018 by Jeanie Dotlich
Clear and concise, good video to address concerns about the subject.
Dec 19, 2017 by Terry B
Aug 4, 2017 by Simone
Sep 13, 2016 by Marlene Quigley
Love your style, thank you!
May 10, 2016 by Kanchana Nerato

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Each piece is handmade by me with care and attention to detail. Whether you are purchasing jewelry for yourself or to give, you are investing in something that is meant to be loved & cherished for a long time.

Metal Clay: Metal clay is metal that has been pulverized into microscopic size particles. They are mixed with cellulose and water to a clay-like consistency. This material is worked like clay, dried and sanded. Once the finish work has been complete, it is fired in a kiln at a high enough temperature to burn out the cellulose binder. Once the binder burns out, the metal particles start moving closer together in a process called sintering. Once sintered, the final object is 18-28% smaller. It is a solid metal. There are no traces of binder in the final product. I primarily work with fine silver (99.9% silver), but occasionally use sterling silver (92.5% silver), bronze, steel and copper clays.

Sheet Metal: All of the items that are formed from copper, brass, silver or nickel sheet are hand cut and formed.

Etched Metal: All of the etched metal in my shop is either copper, brass, or bronze. I utilize a chemical free etching process called electrolytic etching. It uses electricity and a salt water solution to remove metal particles to create the final design. It is a fairly simple process that requires no acid, which is far friendlier to the environment.

Enamel: All of my enamel pieces are made with ground glass. I sift varying grades of ground glass onto metal and fire it in a kiln to melt the glass and fuse it to the metal base. Most pieces are enameled on both the front and back sides. This is important because of expansion and contraction of both the metal and the glass. Only items that are of a significant thickness are enameled on the front surface only (Champleve) and it will be noted in the listing.