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lothien

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  1. I would suggest small scales over large,.

    Something that has worked for me is bending over the scale a little bit at the level of the hole on the top row of my necklaces, so that they lay more flat. Just don't go overboard and weaken your scale or it will break with force (sudden or gradual).

     

    I love your idea of side lacing for closure. =)


  2. If the ends of the ring are silver (unanodized) then it is a Satin Champagne finish we did for a curtain divider.we did in a loft.

    They are! It's an amazing finish - I want to find an excuse to have you make me a big pile of them. :biggrin: Thank you!


  3. Hi guys -

    I was sorting my mixed aa 16g316 from the 15 color custom batch, and found a single ring that's just fascinating.

    I cannot find it in aa on the web site; it's unlike all the others - a matte champagne color that I tried to photograph, but neither of my cameras will focus on it. LOL.

    Dead ringer for gold silicone, like some ear skins I have, and I had to pick it up and squeeze it to satify my brain that it was, indeed, metal. Trippy.

    Is it special? (aside from my opinion of it, I mean)


  4. Nice to hear. I just ordered one of these myself, and I look forward to using them. In my experience with tools, it's usually worth paying the "extra" money. =)

    I held off and bought the cheaper ones first to make sure this was something I liked doing. Now I want the nicer tools.

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