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Salt, vinegar and ammonia fumes - DIY patina on copper THIS IS NOT THE FINISHED PRODUCT

Salt, vinegar and ammonia fumes - DIY patina on copper THIS IS NOT THE FINISHED PRODUCT

Lots and lots of Patina Recipes  Here's one:  Fume patina-  Dip item in vinegar, sprinkle w/ salt put it into a container w/ ammonia. Close & seal lid. You want the metal to be suspended above the ammonia so that the fumes create the patina, not direct contact.  You can also have a small open container of ammonia sitting inside the larger container that holds the metal pieces. can take up to 24 hours) rinse the metal and dry.

Lots and lots of Patina Recipes Here's one: Fume patina- Dip item in vinegar, sprinkle w/ salt put it into a container w/ ammonia. Close & seal lid. You want the metal to be suspended above the ammonia so that the fumes create the patina, not direct contact. You can also have a small open container of ammonia sitting inside the larger container that holds the metal pieces. can take up to 24 hours) rinse the metal and dry.

Playing with Patinas | Things Crafty Mixed-Media Polymer Clay art crafts sewing journalling Videos Podcast

Playing with Patinas | Things Crafty Mixed-Media Polymer Clay art crafts sewing journalling Videos Podcast

Art Jewelry Elements: Quick and Easy Stocking Fillers - key chain/bag charm tutorial

Art Jewelry Elements: Quick and Easy Stocking Fillers - key chain/bag charm tutorial

Salt water and ammonia patina on copper and brass blanks. Kari Hamilton

Salt water and ammonia patina on copper and brass blanks. Kari Hamilton

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