How to Enamel on Clay, DIY, Learn to Enamel, Thompson Enamel, Enameling Supplies, Painting with Fire Studio, Barbara Lewis,

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This approx 10 minute video taught by, David Lewis, a certified Painting with Fire Studio teacher as well as Barbara's son, focuses on the firing of vitreous enamel onto clay. The video is detailed in its instruction on how to properly heat the clay bead or pendant in the flame to prevent cracking. You'll see how beautiful the transparents look when applied to clay. As well as the beauty of the transparents you'll see how using decorative items, such as 6/20 enamel and decals can enhance the value and beauty of your piece.

The video file is TOO LARGE to download from etsy. A link to view the video will be emailed to you as soon as possible, but usually in less than 24 hours. If purchased on Saturday, the link will be emailed to you on Monday.


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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Shipping is primarily by USPS, unless the customer prefers another carrier. An email will be sent to you when the item is shipped. I pride myself on fast shipping. Items will be shipped within 3-5 business days but may ship sooner.


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Pay by Paypal is preferred, which should be made within three days of purchase. If you prefer to pay by check, unless I know you personally, I will wait for the check to clear before shipping. If you change your mind about a purchase, please cancel your order within 12 hours, simply because I ship as quickly as possible. All shipping will occur after payment is received.


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I want my customers to be happy with their purchase. If a piece is defective and I'm informed of this within 7 days of purchase, I will happily make the repair or provide a replacement and pay for shipping costs to and from.


Additional policies

I welcome custom orders. I use the beads and pendants I make in my own jewelry. So, you can always check barbaralewis.etsy.com for ideas on how to use my jewelry components. If you want a slideshow of my jewelry, please visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/barbaralewis/