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Tk's Mommykat Bubbly Chick


About this design:

thanks to Mommykat Bubbly Chick's help This is my 1st hammered piece . I heated the copper in a pan on the electric burner on my stove, and then hammered and formed. I made a interchangeable donut bail...

Components:

14 gauge electrical wire, kambaba jasper

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  1. grama rose aka stormy
    grama rose aka stormy says:

    Very cool why did you have to soften it was it to hard to bend otherwise? I like it..I have been doing alot of my own clasps latey I just use 18 gauge sterling silver….Maybe I’ll try something like what you did Dora….

  2. Dora H
    Dora H says:

    D yes the electrical wire was hard, I couldn’t hammer it out before or really shape it this much.. :)

  3. Mommykat Bubbly Chick
    Mommykat Bubbly Chick says:

    :D Dora! You did it, YAY! Good Girl! It looks great. hope you had a lot of fun!

  4. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    Congrats on your first hammered piece !

  5. Dora H
    Dora H says:

    Thank you, Mommykat and NY Bell, yes I had fun , it’d didn’t take to long to heat on the stove top either..:) hugs…

  6. sunny chick
    sunny chick says:

    Great job, Dora! :D

  7. Sonja
    Sonja says:

    Wonderful job…Thank you ladies now I’ll know how to make one!!!!

  8. Dora H
    Dora H says:

    Thank you Sunny and Sonja :)

  9. JulzJewlz
    JulzJewlz says:

    Looks great!! I have just hammered mine. I suppose it would be easier for me to hammer if I heated it LOL!!

  10. Dora H
    Dora H says:

    thank you, Julz.. I wasn’t able to hammer it, it was to hard..till I heated it. :)

  11. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    Wow your first, good job.

  12. Dora H
    Dora H says:

    thank you, Lynn

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