All of my jewelry pieces are handmade with the exceptions of some findings, stringing materials etc. I use a variety of media- some of which are more delicate than others. My pieces are generally designed to be more of a statement piece than a regular, every day piece of jewelry. Most of my items are not designed for wearing in the shower, swimming, wearing during workouts, etc. Using cleaners and alcohol or any abrasive cleaner is not advised. The only exception is using a polishing cloth on metals like brass, copper and silver.

Some items are very fragile (stones, glass, ceramic) and care should be taken with them. I do protect any paint I use in my processes with a sealer, but this can wear off and scrubbing or rubbing or getting wet will accelerate the process. 

I do not protect patinas with an sort of sealant so cleaning the jewelry may remove any patina. Also all patinas will continue to age and darken and so the patina may change over time.

I do not seal metals to prevent patina. The metals I use-copper, brass, Sterling Silver and to a much lesser extent Fine Silver-  will naturally patina. It is your choice to let it darken with age and use, or use a polishing cloth to clean, but if you choose to clean, please be aware that could change the patina and alter the look of the piece as it was originally.

I hope you have fun wearing this jewelry and bringing out the artfulness in your soul!

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Category: Jewelry

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Mixed Media

Besides printing them to use stand alone (as a card or page etc.) try using them in collage work. Or if you print them on a laser printer they can be used with hot foil and a laminator or foiling machine. Laser prints can be transferred using acrylic mediums and are fun to use with a gelli plate (see this post here  and this tweak here ). If you have ink aid or other printing media to allow painted surfaces to go through your printer, it is really fun to print onto different mediums, materials and substrates like I did using InkAid here!

What have you done with a digital print? 

Category: Mixed Media

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I tend to use rubber more often because it can handle heat, doesn’t dry out as quickly, and I think it generally tends to be more durable. That said, acrylic is nice because it allows you to see through to your stamping surface.

Category: Stamps

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