Enamel jewelry kissed by the flame!
My metals Prof said it couldn't be done! You have proved her wrong! Wait until I tell her on Monday. oops, my word verification is "flogg". Maybe I shouldn't tell her...
Oh Barbara! What beautiful things you have made again. I esp like those orange-pink things and the blue bird. I have also seen your new springbeads on etsy. Love them too. I would believe you could enamel on many different materials , as long as it can handle the heat and the melting glass. I have some ceramic beads i bought in england which are enameled. They are very nice and shiny. All my best, Malin
OMG, you just keep raising the bar!!!!! You amaze me!
I am with Lori here...amazing! The butterfly is so lovely and I just adore the sweet little heart with the horse shoe. Have a wonderful Easter...blessing to you and your family.
Fantastic! I love the bright colors!
Wow, fantastic! I love them all, but especially the one with the horseshoe.Happy Easter!
Beautiful! I can't get the enamel to stay on the brass. I'll try getting the brass a little hotter and dipping it more quickly.
Kudos - it is said that enameling on brass will not hold. So, how did you do it?Have a wonderful and Happy Easter, Barbara!!
Just gorgeous ! The subtle patinas of color are wonderful!
OMGoshhhh all of those turned out beautifully. Great job.Nicole/Beadwright
they all look great!
Hey Barbara, I didn't know you could enamel on brass!! ha ha. But you did, do tell! Just fabulous as always. Riki
Beautiful embellishments. I especially like the butterflies Barbara.
I knew it! I knew when I kept having problems with all those vintage enameled stackable flowers (chippy, rusty, unstable for wearing) that someone much more capable then me could use the raw flowers and enamel on them. I am so excited to try this! Thank you for your encouragement and sharing!
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