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Gilder's Paste


I have a new hobby - gilder's paste! It looks so cool on these filigree components. One will be available in my etsy shop today or tomorrow, with more to come!

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Amy F said…
love it! i saw guilders paste at a bead show - it looks so neat, but i have no time to take on anything new - my copper etching kit is still in the box from November :( I love what you did with the filigree and the paste!
Andrew Thornton said…
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Gilder's Paste!
Mystic Pesto said…
you know, I've been dying to play with Gilder's Paste myself, Sue!!!! It looks like so much fun!

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