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Cold Enamel A,B,C.

Handout Cold enameling for Beginning and advanced enamelers

Handout cold enamel technique

Handout cold enamel technique

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Handout cold enamel technique

Enameling in your kitchen stove!

Low temperature enamel powder. Can be used on metal, glass, wood, porcelain, ceramic, stone, and other materials. No kiln required, this powder hardens at 150 °C and can be fired in a domestic oven, hotplate, or a tea-light stove. Will withstand temperatures up to 180 °C

Cold enamel step 1

Cold enamel step 1

Clean the front with an abrasive block.
Cold enamel step 2

Cold enamel step 2

Sprinkle evenly with cold enamel powder to cover.
Cold enamel step 3

Cold enamel step 3

Lay object on the firing plate.
Cold enamel step 4

Cold enamel step 4

Place in the preheated oven.
Cold enamel step 5

Cold enamel step 5

With the help of a wooden peg or an oven glove remove from oven after 3-5 mins.
Cold enamel step 6

Cold enamel step 6

Clean the back with an abrasive block
Cold enamel step 7

Cold enamel step 7

Sprinkle coloured enamelling powder onto the back.
Cold enamel step 8

Cold enamel step 8

Lay on the firing stand.
Cold enamel step 9

Cold enamel step 9

Place in the preheated oven.
Cold enamel step 10

Cold enamel step 10

With the help of a wooden peg or an oven glove remove from oven after 3-5 mins.
Cold enamel step 11

Cold enamel step 11

Combine with other jewellery pieces from this webshop as desired and mount.

 

 

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