Introduction: How to Make Stamped Metal Jewelry - Step by Step Jewelry Making Video Tutorial

1 lb Brass Head Mallet Learn to stamp metal from the pro who started it all. In this FREE class, Stamping master Lisa Niven Kelly teaches you the basics to start stamping on metal. This class covers the necessary tools and materials needed for this fun and addicting technique. In addition, you'll learn how to make a pendant by stamping on a metal blank, punching a hole, and oxidizing and polishing the metal. Get out your letter stamps, bench block, and hammer and get ready to perfect your technique with Lisa!

TOOLS
Beginning Stamping Checklist This list covers all the things you need to start stamping, use it as a reference guide.

2.5" x 2.5" Steel Bench Block

1 lb Brass Head Mallet

Metal Hole Punch Pliers, 1.8mm hole

Industrial Sharpie Marker

Pro Polish Pad (pack of 10)

Design Stamps

Letter Set

MATERIALS

Metal Blanks

Jump Rings

Chain

Copper 24 gauge Sheet Metal, 3" x 3" piece to practice

OPTIONAL

2 lb Brass Head Mallet

Design Stamp Holder

Fine Steel Wool and a Sunshine Polish Cloth

Liver of Sulfur

Pen and paper

Plastic Mallet - Used if your blank warps to flatten it. Lay your blank face up on your bench block and strike until flat.

Small Metal Ruler

Wooden Dapping Block

Stamped Metal Jewelry Book & DVD by Lisa Niven Kelly

Choose the Right Jump Ring for Your Blank (free helpful PDF)

Tilt n' Tap Method (free helpful PDF)

Stamping on Metal Starter Kit

For easy ordering, click here.

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