Applying Black Patina to Solder


​Applying Black Patina to Solder

​Adding black patina to your stained glass projects can really make the glass colours ​come alive. In fact, I use black patina on about 90% of my copper foil creations because it leads the eye to focus on the colours and design of the glass, instead of the solder lines.

​Applying patina to projects is a topic that comes up quite often in conversations with other glass crafters.  So I've created a video showing exactly how it is that I apply black patina to my solder lines.​

The video shows step by step how to enhance your stained glass work with black patina, which products I use and how I ​use them. It's a very simple process, and the video will show you how to apply black patina for a consistent, even colour on your copper foil stained glass projects.

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Here's a list of supplies used in the video:​

When the tutorial for this candle/lamp project and the fused glass daisies become available ( in June  2018,) ​you'll find a link to them here. 

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​Do you have tips that work really well for you when using black patina? Add them to the comments below so everyone can see what works best for you!

Learn how to apply black patina to your stained glass creations and get a consistent even finish.

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