Which blank should I use? Have you asked yourself that question before? Here is the solution. We've packaged 1 of each of the popular shaped blanks for you to see which is your favorite....hopefully it's all of them!
Included in the variety:
Nickel silver is a metal alloy of copper, nickel and zinc. It is named for its silvery appearance, and contains no elemental silver. It can be stamped, polished and soldered just like sterling or copper.
Nickel silver, in its tarnished state, has an antiqued metal look. With a quick rub of a Pro-Polish pad, they can be easily polished up to their grayish silver color.
To pop a hole in these blanks, we recommend using the Hole Punch Plier.
For stamping instructions and tips, please check out our free class "Stamping On Metal". For some great stamping design ideas, you might like our free class "Stamped Jewelry Design Ideas".