Odaybea etched her sterling silver cuff using a couple of PNP images which she ironed on, then she painted on a layer using an oil-based paint pen, and carved out some text. A scribe or the end of a file work great for carving out the resist.
Sandra created a sheet of images, with several layers of etched images- here 1/2 is done, 1/2 is in progress. Nail polish also makes a great resist. She used Rio Grande's new silver/brass bimetal- also known as silver filled. The possibility exists to etch through one side, revealing the alternate material. Gotta try that!
Ellen's etched pieces were created with PNP paper with the exception of the bottom right starburst which was created with a paint pen resist.
Sharon's pieces were created with PNP paper. Can't you see some soldered-on stone settings in their future??
Dana's top right piece was created by utilizing nail stamps, bottom. The above left piece is a work-in-progress.
Sharon's recent pieces are about to make their debut appearance in her NEW etsy shop- best of luck Sharon!!
I missed taking Caroline's etchings! Maybe we'll post them once they're all done- everyone send me photos of these pieces once you've used/finished them!!