Open book motif.

We create scrapbook page kits, and had the idea that we could use  some of your decorative jewelry findings as scrapbook embellishments in the raw brass state to give that real vintage look without any finishing. Do you have any thoughts on that?

Although these pieces look clean, they may have a bit of oil on them, so if they do, the oil will stain your page. Perhaps a wash with rubbing alcohol will take care of that. We suggest you test it. You may also want to consider that brass tarnishes over time, so once they are oil free, you will need to seal them somehow if you do not want a tarnish. Perhaps Krylon Krystal Klear spray will do the trick. You should be able to get this at your local hardware store. It would be found with the spray paints. However the only way to get a consistent finish and color of the brass is to have them electro-plated.
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