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Old 2016-12-05, 11:56am
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Hello everybody,


in this video tutorial (part1) I will show you my way to press glass beads.

https://youtu.be/OU_1_4Dl-wc

In part 2 (will come out tommorow) I will show you options for decorate beads made by the "Flat Bottom Collection presses.

I hope you enjoy

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Old 2016-12-05, 6:38pm
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Thanks so much for posting this, nice job. I have a few of your newer presses and this has made it so much more clear. One in particulat that is long with the mandrel holes positioned as in your video. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Can't wait until tomorrow woo hooo.
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Old 2016-12-06, 5:45am
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Looking forward to your second video. After playing around with a random textured spiral brass press, I plan on purchasing 3 or 4 presses from you. You have too many presses, I have to power through and stay focused and finally pick which ones to buy.

Thanks for making this vid. It's funny, though, that I do the same thing and started marking the edges on the mandrel with a sharpie and make initial beads right inside the sharpie marks. Thought I was clever, lol...
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Old 2016-12-06, 2:23pm
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I'm happy part 1 of my videos is helpful and you like it. Thank you very much for your nice comments.

Now the second part is online
I hope you'll like this video, too. ^^

https://youtu.be/PMefpToPxtg

Please forgive me when my English isn't perfect ...
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Old 2016-12-07, 3:52am
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Just finished watching part 2. Well done. Just made a purchase of one flat back press plus one other.
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Old 2016-12-07, 4:31am
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Thank you very much, Debbie!
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Old 2016-12-07, 7:54pm
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I made my purchase this evening (no flat backs for me, so I could wait and agonize longer which ones to get huhhh...). I always enjoy looking through your store.

I look forward to using a press with pins. The one I have doesn't have the guiding pins so I've struggled/gone cross eyed at times, though I've gotten a little better ha ha...
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Old 2016-12-08, 4:09am
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Thank you very much, Stephen!
If you don't like/need the pins you can screw off
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I think I'll keep them on!
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Thank you for sharing! I already have the Cleopatra press.

Ideas have been swirling in my head with design possibilities!

Where can I find those small enamel sitters?
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I liked both videos. and I think it was such a great thing to offer. I did place an order for a press, but I will say that I was inspired by your design idea with frit and enamel backing to nice effect and I will do that again in the future. I do think it will look even better with flat backed focals!

Here is my owl with that technique:
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