METAL STAMPING PROJECT: Alphabet necklace

by - October 26, 2014


One of my accessory projects for myself had utilized my metal stamping hobby. I guess I indeed love letters, so I created an alphabet necklace.

Using my metal disc cutter, I punched through a 24 gauge aluminum sheet with the 7/16" punch. Even though I would only be using three discs (A, B, C), I went ahead and punched some extra circles because I know I was prone to getting the first stamps wrong. Indeed, I made an error on my first few stamps.



I made a hole on top of the discs with my metal puncher. After getting a decent A, B, and C, I finished it off by inking the depressed areas of the hand-stamped metal.


With a silver-plated chain, jump rings, and q-lock, my alphabet necklace was complete. Teehee.





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2 comments

  1. Looove the necklace!! Where did you get the metal cutter? :)

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    1. Hi, Malu! Glad you like it. I purchased my metal disc cutter from an ebay supplier, specifically from "bestjewelrysupply". :)

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