Yes class, Cu is the symbol for Copper. Okay, school has been out a long time for me and I admit it - I had to look it up. But I honestly loved when we studied about Chemicals and their symbols in class.
Soooo, as you can see I've added a new metal to my shop. And what is is pray tell?
Put your hand down Petunia. Yes, I know you ALWAYS know the answer.
Class? Class? ClaaaaAAAAAssss!
(think Cheech and Chong here folks)
You guessed it. Copper! Pure natural copper.
I'll be creating several of my handcrafted findings that I already make (and then some) with Copper as well. It is so very pretty and can be as organic, rustic, southwestern or elegant as you want it to be. I did not realize how enjoyable it is to work with. Nice on my wrists and...
Johnny sit down and quit pulling Susie's pony tail!
Barnaby! That is NOT where a test tube goes! Take that out of your nose right now young man!
Anyway, I have more oxidizing to play with and look forward to playing around with it.
Whoa!, watch out! Let me.... da du thump thump thump (being run over by students)