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Polymer Clay Tutorial for Bam Bam snap on Bangle Bracelet

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In this detailed lesson you will learn how to create bracelet bangles from Polymer Clay that are easy on and offto wear as they are two halves separated by beads.

The clay I prefer is Premo! but you can use any of the other brands if you prefer, although Premo! is easy to condition and roll.


Premo! Polymer Clay: 3/4 block black, 1/2 block each of translucent/frost, pearl, white and 1/8 block of turquoise or sea green

Jacquard Pearlex Mica Powder in gold

Gloves (if sensitive to raw clay)

Work surface

Pasta machine

Tissue blade

Exacto blade

Bamboo skewer or long knitting needle

Paper or Card stock

400 grid wet/dry sandpaper

2 large beads with holes large enough for elastic

1 or 2mm elastic

As mentioned earlier, the following materials are optional, but either enhances the project or makes it easier to complete

Jacquard Pearlex Turquoise

Embossing powder in green, blue, or verdigris

Texture Sheet (I used Shadex "Bubbles")

Bam! Bam! Bracelet Tool and Kit (includes sizer, laminated graph, non-stick baking mat, and skewer piece)

The nature of this tutorial is highly visual. If you are a beginner you should be able to follow this tutorial with ease! 68 photographs, 63 steps and 23 pages give clear and concise instruction. This may not seem like Bam!Bam! its done, but once you make ONE, youll make your next Bam!Bam!

The tutorial is sent via .pdf and is approx. 2.5mb in size.

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product

Beach, Sand and Sea. The texture of the bubbles definitely reminded me of an octopus and the color is very much like the popular Amazonite stone. I invested quite a bit of time with this tutorial as it has many photos, plus I let some friends try it to make sure it was easy to follow.

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Although I prefer to use Premo polymer clay, my tutorials can be substituted with Fimo, and Kato Polyclay.


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Color: Blue

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