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If I don't like what I make, can I melt it down and sell it for scrap?

Yes. However, I always advise my students that no matter how much they dislike something they have made in metal clay, there is someone out there who will love it and pay them more for it than they would get as reconstituted silver. One of the designs I had to make in my Level II class was really ugly, in my opinion, and I thought I made it even uglier than it was intended. I put it up for sale at a high price, because we all know that the biggest mistake an artist can make is to sell something too cheap. The woman who bought it was so excited about having a one-of-a-kind handmade silver necklace. I made a lot more than I paid for the silver.

Sallie Bly



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