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Step-by-Step Cold Enameling with Susan Lenart Kazmer On Demand Web Seminar

Join master jewelry artist Susan Lenart Kazmer as you learn step-by-step how to do her expert cold enameling techniques that will take your jewelry designs to the next level.

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Learn cold enameling with master jewelry-maker Susan Lenart Kazmer!

Join master jewelry artist Susan Lenart Kazmer as she shows you step-by-step how to do her expert cold enameling techniques that will take your jewelry designs to the next level.

Discover exactly how you can get the look of torch-fired or kiln-fired enamel with the use of ICED Enamels powders and a craft heat gun! Create perfect mixed media and metal pieces in minutes that will last a lifetime!

Susan will show you:

  • Exactly what materials you need to get started
  • Step-by-step instructions on how to use cold enameling mediums, colors, and glitters
  • Different finishes including inking, sanding, and decorating
  • Using ICE Resin for a coating for a permanent glass-like surface look
  • How to use the pieces in a variety of designs

Plus, Susan will show you examples of brand new designs!

SKU: EP7575

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan Lenart Kazmer

About the Author
Susan Lenart Kazmer is an internationally-recognized mixed-media jewlery artist, silversmith and teacher. She’s developed many “cold-join” techniques over the years to transform found objects into Talisman works of fine art.

SKU: EP7575

Author/Speaker/Editor: Susan Lenart Kazmer

Customer Reviews

Waste of money Review by Judy
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Much as I like Susan Lenart's Kazmer's art, this web seminar movie was a waste of time and money. There was too much self-description, and very few step-by-step descriptions of how to do cold enameling (using what I know as "embossing powders"). The pictures are almost entirely useless -- taken from too far away -- and their reasons for being there are unclear. After half an hour, there is a little step-by-step, but it often goes too fast. There is more here on the use of resin than of "cold enamels."

(Posted on 11/29/2013)

(Posted on 11/29/2013)