Saturday, March 5, 2016

How to Make a Basic Polymer Clay Cuff Bracelet - The Polymer Clay Workbench

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Hi All, thanks for joining me in my studio.  This is the second Polymer Clay Workbench.  In this video tutorial, we'll use the bracelet form we made to make a simple, basic cuff.  The construction techniques used in this cuff can be translated into so many different styles with endless options for embellishments.  Stay tuned for the end of the video where there's a poll for the next bracelet project.  Hope you enjoy and thanks again for joining me in my studio.  Take care.
See some of my favorite products below.

Build your studio:

Bracelet Bender (The exact one I use is no longer available.  Here's an inexpensive one of equal quality):
Aluminum Bracelet Blanks 25 1/2" Pieces:
Aluminum Bracelet Blanks 25 3/4" Pieces:
Aluminum Bracelet Blanks 144 Pieces:
Aluminum Bracelet Blank Preformed 5 1/2" pieces (Note:  this doesn't get a great review on Amazon because the reviewer said they were too lightweight - this is what we want!):
Brass Channel Bracelet Blank 1 5/16" piece:
Silver plated Channel Bracelet Blank 1 ea .929" channel space:
Plastic Grid Sheets:
Stencil Plastic:

What I use to make my videos:

Canon Vixia HF R600 Camcorder:
Studio Lights:
External Microphone:

Pasta Machine
Extruder with small rectangle die
Texture sheets/plates
Sandpaper - 240 & 400 grit
Sanding tub, water & dish detergent
Paper Towel
Clay Blade
Bracelet template

Bracelet bender or 1-1/2" glass jar
Bracelet blanks - aluminum 1/2" or 3/4" inch


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