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Name stamping tri metal project Part 1

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Published on Aug 15, 2009

Making a tri-metal pendant Part 1. You will learn now to make ready freshly cut disks for stamping and align your punch hole and use the 2 hole punch. Then move to Part 2.

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Comments • 8

Gummy Bear
would you be making any more vids?
Tasha Harris -Tashaluvsyou
you are just to precious ty for this wonderful vid. lol lol 
Helen O'Bannon
Roma, I love your videos and I love the personality you put into them. They are not boring. Your videos are so easy to understand. I just got a blank cutter and it really helped seeing how to use it. Thank you. 
duwayne speight
why is yall shipping so high...
Brandi
@aleimomi i dont know if you've found a cutting post yet, but i have seen them at my local hobby lobby recently, and i bought myself a stamping set from there recently (if you need a set). a bench block will have to be purchased elsewhere, though.
Lesley Chandler
What grit did you use on the sanding block. Any tips on polishing copper/brass/sterling silver?
Roma
The metal is 24 gauge :o)
Little Cherry Hill Jewellery
Just wondering what gauge metal you recommend for the best quality stamping? Thank you :)
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