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    Saw what you did there :) I think my preference...

    Saw what you did there :) I think my preference would be drilling indentations rather than all the way through. I've tried drilling glass before and it's really really slow...it least it is when I do...
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    Another one.

    This was my effort today. I put 6 dimples in some 0.5mm copper sheet then riveted it onto the marble. The idea being the dimples would create a tension setting. It's sort of worked, but is not...
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    Just bought some coolmorph, fingers crossed. Hope...

    Just bought some coolmorph, fingers crossed. Hope It makes things a lot easier, :)
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    Ah, I see what you mean, so basically it's able...

    Ah, I see what you mean, so basically it's able to bend and return to it's original position. Will have a go with your recommendation:)
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    Losing my marbles

    Playing with marbles at the mo. I used 0.4mm copper strip, 5mm wide, riveted at the top. Basically it's a double sided bezel. I did try to use my square bezel pusher by itself to curve the metal over...
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    That sounds like a real faff, the minute you said...

    That sounds like a real faff, the minute you said 5% I went cold inside:rofl:
    Keeping an eye on it, a wise man indeed. I'm keeping a eye on most of the things I've made :D
    The one I always...
  7. Thread: For beginners

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    Interesting, not one I've come across before. If...

    Interesting, not one I've come across before. If anyone is on instagram, I highly recommend @makeitkimtoday she has made short video on everything from texturing, reticulation to basket settings and...
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    I would add that your table needs to be solid and...

    I would add that your table needs to be solid and have no bounce. Stamping requires a dead blow. Any bounce in your surface makes it a lot harder. As far as I know the rubber block just helps it not...
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    I take it, the self curing acrylic (glue) is only...

    I take it, the self curing acrylic (glue) is only every used with acrylic. I love modern cuffs.
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    I like your cheat Dennis, I think that's very...

    I like your cheat Dennis, I think that's very clever :)
  11. Thread: Buying a bench

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    Once it's in the wardrobe it'll stay there until...

    Once it's in the wardrobe it'll stay there until I move flat, which won't happen for some years I hope. Sadly I don't have a spare room so putting it in the giant living room wardrobe is my best bet....
  12. Thread: Buying a bench

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    Buying a bench

    Hi everybody, it's been a while as it's been a bit tough, had a severe migraine and it's screwed up my eyes. Seeing double currently but have been assured it will wear off. This has made reading and...
  13. Thread: My Blue Period.

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    Loving the colour combo (anything blue and white...

    Loving the colour combo (anything blue and white will always get my approval), particularly the stripes of the studs :)
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    very nice curves, super modern :)

    very nice curves, super modern :)
  15. Thread: sourcing pearls

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    Well, I've bought from a Hong Kong seller on...

    Well, I've bought from a Hong Kong seller on etsy, the quality was reasonable and for the price would buy again. Another seller in Hong Kong, with their own website, I really liked but she was too...
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    I have, hee hee. Just about to make my third :)...

    I have, hee hee. Just about to make my third :) will post the results in a couple of days ;)
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    Probably the most fun I've had with glue in a...

    Probably the most fun I've had with glue in a long time. Maybe even better than crystal innovation's hi tack glue for crafting!
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    That's fabulous, it sounds like it was a lovely...

    That's fabulous, it sounds like it was a lovely day for everyone. If you have patience for kids it's a joy to see them gripped making things. Very nice looking result too. Just because it's simple...
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    Wow, just tried the loctite, it really sticks, no...

    Wow, just tried the loctite, it really sticks, no time for moving the bits about, and it's not coming apart again. I've got two differant designs to finish. Happy days
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    I've never seen pastel acrylics before. Surprised...

    I've never seen pastel acrylics before. Surprised it was fragile without a backing. I love the ring, I think the chunkiness of rings works so well with plastics.
  21. Thread: Practice metals?

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    You can buy red brass/jewellers bronze/nu-gold...

    You can buy red brass/jewellers bronze/nu-gold from alchemy and ice. I love using it as it has a nicer colour than the bog standard brass
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    My earring design at the moment, the glue I used...

    My earring design at the moment, the glue I used 'zap' wasn't strong enough, loctite ordered and winging it's way.
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    This is exactly what I need, as i'm basically...

    This is exactly what I need, as i'm basically making a large o ring. Liked the amazon review that someone posted for it 'Makes broken things not so much.' :) thanks peter and china. Dennis your...
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    Gluing rubber cord

    I want to glue some 3mm rubber cord into a circle, best glue for this? I'm thinking areldite. Yeay or nay :) ?
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    You've done brilliantly, great design too.

    You've done brilliantly, great design too.
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