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Metal Mix Up: A Smart Trick for Soldering Copper and Other Alternative Metals - Jewelry Making Daily - Blogs - Jewelry Making Daily

Metal Mix Up: A Smart Trick for Soldering Copper and Other Alternative Metals - Jewelry Making Daily - Blogs - Jewelry Making Daily

Idea:  Like this idea of cutting out edge and folding up - could drill hole in the tab for hanging

Idea: Like this idea of cutting out edge and folding up - could drill hole in the tab for hanging

Jewelry Artist and Teacher, Melissa Muir, demonstrates and discusses how metal moves based on which hammer you use and how you strike the metal.

Jewelry Artist and Teacher, Melissa Muir, demonstrates and discusses how metal moves based on which hammer you use and how you strike the metal.

Great idea to not mark wire when hammering - Use another piece of metal between hammer and wire piece! Brilliant!!!!!

Great idea to not mark wire when hammering - Use another piece of metal between hammer and wire piece! Brilliant!!!!!

Citric Acid! The safer, gentler, biodegradable alternative to other pickles. It can be used for pickling silver, brass, nickel, copper and gold. Use warm or hot water for best results in removing fire scale. After taking your piece out of the citric acid solution, you can rinse your piece out of the citric acid solution. Beaducation.com, model # SOL042.

Citric Acid! The safer, gentler, biodegradable alternative to other pickles. It can be used for pickling silver, brass, nickel, copper and gold. Use warm or hot water for best results in removing fire scale. After taking your piece out of the citric acid solution, you can rinse your piece out of the citric acid solution. Beaducation.com, model # SOL042.

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