Stamped Clay Bracelet by Susanne
Today I'd like to share a jewelry project with you. I created a chunky bracelet by stamping on polymer clay. You'll find detail photos and step by step instructions in this post.
ca. 50g White and 50g Pearl Fimo (or similar clay, any brand)
Stamps and other stylus tools
Pasta machine would be good, also a cutter blade
Acrylic paint (anything dark, I mixed black and brown)
Something round like a marmalad glass, a glass bottle or something like that with a diameter of nearly 8-10cm (cover it with aluminium foil)
Any bead for the closure
Sharp kitchen knife
Of course an oven to bake the clay
Waterproof sandpaper (about 300 grit)
Sorry, I missed it to take photos of this step. Take your bone folder and press it into your bracelet where the single parts should be cutted after baking. Press it not too deep. Take your "construction" and lay it arround your glass (or other round and heat-proof object). Tie the ends of your thread together to fix it. Now you can put it into the oven by following the clay manufacturer's instructions.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments. Thank your for stopping by today. See you soon,
All stamps I've used are from Rubber Dance:
Round in Circles
PS: The DT and I would like to say Hurray, Hurray for Norway and all our Norwegian readers on your National Day today, the 17th of May! And of course a big hug to our Norwegian "boss" Bibi, the owner of Rubber Dance. We hope you all have a fun celebration!