Copper Large Deco Leaf Blank, 24g
- Length: 47.6mm (1.25")
- Width: 36.4mm (1.43")
- Thickness: 24g
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I love this leaf and will be using it when I get better at etching.
The possibilities are endless! I love this shape!
I made initialed enameled ornaments with this blank. While I was working with it I saw the Grinch's face in the blank and had to make Grinch ornaments. They turned out really cute.
This is a very versatile shape which lends itself to many design possibilities. I've ordered this shape often, mainly using it in earring designs. Recently in the December 2017 issue of Beadwork magazine, Rita Pannulla's "Mixed Mandala" design was shown. It uses motifs like these (but slightly larger) in a mixed metal necklace. Not finding the larger size, I'm going with my own somewhat plagiarized version, adding a bracelet and earrings. If it turns out well, I will get some sheet and make larger sizes.
What a beautiful shape! So unusual. I have so many ideas, not only for stamping but also for enameling. Perfect gauge for it.
This has to be my favorite blank! I love it. There is so many designs you can do with this blank. You can rivet it, solder it, and or stamp it. I wish you could add pictures so you could see how fun and versatile this blank is. I hope they get them in Aluminum and Brass also.
Just bought this blank for the first time. I only ordered 2 (for a pair of earrings), but I can see I s/h ordered 6 or 8 to get started with it. I agree with Donna P. above that it would be nice to get it in aluminum, brass, and I would add pewter. I'm thinking it might be too expensive to get it in sterling, though. Also different sizes of this shape would be cool too - so we could create stacked pendants with that shape. I love this shape and I've seen so many ideas of how to use it for a pendant. I'm excited to get started with it (stamping, blinging, soldering, riveting, maybe eventually etching, sawing - wow, boggles my mind). And scenes!!!