PDF Tutorial--Learn How to Make Leaf Textured Rings

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This tutorial shows how to create a Leaf Textured ring using silver metal clay and a skeleton leaf.

It is written for artists with advance knowledge of working with metal clay and does not review basics, like using natural balms to coat your hands and tools and keeping your clay wrapped any time it is not in use.

Material List:

* 25g of silver metal clay
* 1 large skeleton leaf
* Metal clay syringe (with 22 gauge/blue tip and tip submerged into a container of water)

Tool List:

* Ring mandrel
* Teflon sheet (2 pieces)
* Roller (with thickness guide)
* Tape
* Tissue blade
* Small paint brush (for working with water)
* Large dry paint brush
* Container of water
* Mug warmer
* 600 and 1000 grit sandpaper or sanding pads
* Crossing diamond needle file (or half-round diamond needle file)
* Ring pellets (optional)
* Liver of sulfur
* Polishing cloth


Number of steps: 31
File size: 735.07 KB
Page count: 17

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very quick! great tutorial tnx
Jun 28, 2013 by A fellow maker
Apr 10, 2012 by A fellow maker
Oct 13, 2011 by A fellow maker
Aug 19, 2011 by A fellow maker
Great tutorial! Good details and explanatory pictures.
Feb 21, 2011 by A fellow maker

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If for any reason after receiving the ring(s) you decide that it is not what you wanted, you can return it(them) IN THE ORIGINAL CONDITION for a full refund (minus the shipping) NO QUESTIONS ASKED within 7 days of receipt. ORIGINAL CONDITION means that the item has not been worn (shows signs of wear).

***Engraved rings are NOT RETURNABLE, so please double check your sizes with a jeweler.***


Additional policies

I use a standard US mandrel to size rings. Should your ring still not fit, I will gladly resize it for a $10 charge plus return shipping to you.

For a free ring sizer sent to you in the mail please visit

http://www.bluenile.com/ring_findsize.asp?filter_id=0&oid=0

Here is a ring sizer chart to help you determine size of the ring you might already have

http://www.bluenile.com/pdf/bluenile_ringsizer_copyright2006.pdf

WIDE rings (6-10mm width) run 0.5 sizes larger than rings up to 6mm in width, so your rings will be made larger by default. If you sized your finger using a wide band, please, let me know that you would like to keep the size at stated to avoid having the ring to be too large.

All my items are made to order. Each item will be individual and unique and vary slightly from the one shown in the picture.