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Monday, March 17, 2014

All Mixed Up

Some of you may know I like to mix metals, I primarily work with Copper but with this new White Copper that's recently appeared on the scene I thought it was a perfect and inexpensive way to mix metals. Technically they are both copper but it's the look of mixed metals I'm going for and
 I also mixed the textures.




I love White Copper, I only found out about it a week or so ago and I snatched up a couple packages right away and created with it as soon as I received it.

If you want to see more White Copper go HERE!
I will be listing more later today and the Earrings are available for sale
HERE!

Thanks for stopping by, I'd love to know what you think!

Kristi

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful earrings. I love the contrast between the two colors. And what great texture!

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    1. love the texture, these are beautiful :)

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  3. Can the White Copper be torch fired? Or does it have to be kiln-fired? I've been wanting to play with some copper clay, but I don't really know how to or where to begin.

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    1. Hi Kay, it's Copper and it's fired just like copper is, embedded in carbon in a kiln.

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  4. I love mixed metals too! I like the pewter-y-ness of this metal. These textures are great together!

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  5. So cool! Love the mixing of the metals. Will have to try white copper clay soon!

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  6. Oh my goodness! These are wonderful! Love the mix of the two coppers.

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  7. gorgeous , love them , so sad that white copper has to be kiln fired. I don't have access to a kiln :-(
    oh well i'll just have to drool over yours

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  8. It looks great! I was fascinated about what exactly white copper is - interesting that's is a copper alloyed with nickel. We've quite right regulations in the EU re: nickel content, so I'll be interested to see if it is a viable product. Not something I know much about. It really looks fabulous mixed with pure copper in your jewellery!

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  9. Cool mixed metals! Love the textures too!!

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  10. Very cool! Love the contrast, textures and shapes.

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  11. Very cool, makes me want to investigate metal clays. For now, Polymer clay is on my "to learn" list.

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  12. Those earrings are stunning. The white copper is something i've never heard of. Beautiful work!

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  13. I do love mixed metals! Very rustic... and your textures are wonderful!

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