Every now and then， I’；m on a local ABC morning show called AMNW. ？I’；m their “；creative blogger”； and I taught Helen， the morning show host how to stamp metal this month…；…；.all in 4 to 6 minutes. I love the people and surprisingly I don’；t get nervous. ？I only get nervous thinking I’；m going to forget to bring everything and then setting up. Stamped metal is so popular for jewelry making， but I love stamping on old pieces of silverware. TCL is full of easy DIY projects like How to Make Ric Rac Flowers.
I’；ve been a fan of Stamped Metal Jewelry for a long time. ？I have a few friends online that do it for a living and I can tell youlinen sheets， I’；d starve. ？I have mastered the VERY simple aspects of this craft， making stamped silverware， washers， dog tags…；…；using just letters and numbers. ？I’；ll leave the fancy cute stuff up to my friends.floral pillow cases
I made these cute stamped metal drink charms. I used blank metal pieces， but you could also use washers. (I also made other drink charms you may like that are not stamped) I’；ve also seen people stamp on metal or copper plant stake markers. (affiliate link)
My favorite as mentioned is stamping on old antique silverware. Frame them， place a few in a mason jar， or use as a plant marker.
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