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bracelet1-1100x1000Our sixth artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Anna Siivonen, a passionate maker from Sweden/Finland. Anna is known for creating miniature wearable sculptures, which is apparent in this beautiful piece. Follow along and learn her process step by step,

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Our fifth artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Iwona Tamborska, a Polish artist and member of the Goldsmithing Artists Association. Her project is quite advanced, but all artists will still learn something new. Iwona’s process includes drawing out a detailed plan,

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Hello everyone,

We recently updated our EZ960 firing instructions and our Gemstone Firing Guide to accommodate those artists that are firing the metal clay for extended hold times. The original firing schedule for EZ960 has not changed:

1675F for 2 hours
1700F for 1 Hour
1725F for 15 minutes

However,

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We are always delighted to share pieces that have been created with EZ960 Sterling Silver Clay. The pieces pictured below were created by seven different students in Russia at the METALCLAYSTUDIO. The METALCLAYSTUDIO offers training on working with metal clay with both basic and advanced classes. Thank you to the folks at METALCLAYSTUDIO for sharing these photos with us!

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nelumbo-vertebralis-promo-imageOur third artist for the Artist Project Series using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Marco Fleseri. Marco has created a unique and intricate cuff bracelet he calls “Nelumbo vertabralis.” He says this bracelet was inspired by vertebrae and lotus flower petals (“nelumbo” is the genus name for the lotus family of plants).

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We are continuing to receive beautiful photos from artists using EZ960™ Sterling.  Irina Vasilieva, metal clay artist from Russia created this beautiful ring and earring set. The earrings were fired at 1724°F/940°C for 15 minutes and the ring was fired at 1700°F/927°C for 1 hour.

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fimo-clay-2-sm FIMO Clay

FIMO is the first polymer clay brand to ever be created in 1954. For many years, it was the only polymer clay brand, and now is most common in Europe. FIMO is easily worked, holds its shape well and is strong after baking.

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