Easy at Home Powder Coating
Watch West Michigan based silversmith artist, Holly Northrup, and learn a brand new exciting techniques for at home powder coating. No air compressor or fancy powder coat gun needed! Adding permanent durable color to your metal work has never been easier than with powder coating, and start up supplies are inexpensive.
Learn multiple techniques to apply the powder coat with just a sifter and a toaster oven.
Holly shares with you her one of a kind, alternative powder coating techniques by applying each of her multiple applications to different craft store findings, creating a one of a kind charm bracelet.
Watch and learn how-to dip, sift, and fill metal elements with powder coating to add touches of color where you want.
Learn how to set the powder in a simple toaster oven plus different finishing techniques like sanding and filing. Once these at home powder coat techniques have been learned the sky's the limit.
Don’t miss learning this fun at home way to and powder coating to a variety of surfaces.
The full recording and a PDF handout of resources and links is included.
No experience necessary.
- powder coating safety
- prepping metal surface
- applying powder
- curing techniques
- finishing how-to’s
- trouble shooting fixes
- 1-3 powder coat colors
- Medium plastic containers for each color
- Enamel sifter (one for each color saves time and clean up)
- Large toaster oven
- Soft paper towels (Viva brand works great)
- Tin foil
- Christmas hooks
- Leather fitted gloves (gardening gloves work well)
- 3m respirator
- Large 10” straight head tweezers
- 5-10 metal charms Charm bracelet (pre made or handmade)
- 5-10 jump rings
- 2 Flat nose jewelry pliers (or duck bill)
Included in your purchase is a PDF with notes and online resources.
Please note: PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.