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Cut small strips and place on the Graphite Paddle. Then roll a hot bead over it to pick up the foil. Layer clear or light colors over foil for remarkable effects! Can also be used in fusing, resin casting and polymer clay projects. Sold in books of 25 sheets measuring 3-3/4" square each. Pack makes approximately 50 beads.
Step-by-Step: Adding Metal Accents to Beads
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1. Roll hot bead in foil or apply foil to bead with tweezers.
2. Use tweezers to burnish entire surface of leaf onto bead.
3. Return bead to the cooler part of the flame to fuse the leaf.
From "The Complete Book of Glass Beadmaking" #6546.
Delphi Tip: Make cutting easy - place your silver foil inside an envelope or between a folded piece of paper, then cut with shears. Once you've finished cutting, carefully slide the cut pieces onto your marver surface or glass!
Flameworked beads by Rene Roberts. From "1000 Glass Beads" book #5988. Polymer bead with metallic accents by Julia Converse Sober. From "The Art of Jewelry: Polymer Clay" book #6982.