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Just a Leaf


About this design:

A scrap of copper and a torch...what more could you want or need? I'm still working on getting a more consistent color with out scorching the metal. The god of chance really smiled on me this time. I've NEVER had color so rich and gorgeous. Even though I have no idea what to do with it I'll just keep it around to look at. Maybe I could frame it....?

Components:

copper and a torch

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  1. Wemai Coffee Chick
    Wemai Coffee Chick says:

    This is lovely! I think you should make a pendant out of it!! :-)

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    Nancy!! This is beautiful! I love the color and textures you created, it really reminds me of Patricia Healey’s copper designs. It would make a gorgeous pendant!

    Was it difficult to do? I’d love to learn how!

  3. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    This leaf is a work of art! I agree with Wenche and Mary- it would make a gorgeous pendant!

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Nancy this is gorgeous!

  5. Skittles mommy
    Skittles mommy says:

    I would put a hole in the stem part and use it as a pendant like the others mentioned. It’s really cool!

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    Karen aka kidsauthor says:

    I agree, the focal point in a necklace. This is just stunning!

  7. Pam E aka funky tulip
    Pam E aka funky tulip says:

    beautiful! And I agree wiht the others — this deserves to be shown off as a pendant

  8. Chicky Suz aka Susan Z
    Chicky Suz aka Susan Z says:

    Asolutely a pendnt, it would be stunning!

  9. MoonBell
    MoonBell says:

    Great piece! By the time autumn rolls around this year, you’ll be a pro!

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    barbie says:

    try baking your copper in the oven. I know that different temperatures makes copper change colors. Start at 150 to 500 degrees.

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