This is one of my favourite workshops, but with lockdown I decided to adapt it into a kit.
I love experimenting with colours and textures and the end results are always stunning.
Using anodised aluminium, you will experiment with different ways of colouring aluminium. You will use a variety of techniques ranging from ink dyes to rubber stamping, there's a How To booklet included, as well as access to an online video.
All the tools you need to make your own colourful aluminium jewellery.
Full sheet of 0.5mm anodised aluminium, which is approx 20 pieces, which in turn will make lots of lovely jewellery. You can get multiple items out of one piece. You will probably only use about a 1/4 sheet at a time when colouring, so make sure you keep your remaining aluminium wrapped up in tissue paper and in an airtight container.
4x alcohol inks approx 3ml of each colour, let me know your preference on colour
6x alcohol markers, assorted
Assorted rubber stamps
2x aluminium dyes, let me know which colours you would like
Jewellers piercing saw and blades
1/2 rolling pin
Jumprings and earring findings
Please let me know which colours you would like -
Alcohol ink colours are - Tangerine, teal, lettuce, rainforest green, baja blue, pink, blue-violet, passion purple, coral, golden yellow, white, señorita magenta, sunbright yellow, chili pepper, shadow grey, mantilla black
Aluminium Dyes - turquoise, yellow, gold, green, red, fiery red, violet, orange, blue
1ltr containers for the dyes
Old newspaper and a protective table covering
An old pan or steamer
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