royal asia bracelet

This stunning statement bracelet goes together far more easily than you might think. The key is to find a set of cling stamps that works for you. (The one I used is called “Asian Influences” by Inkadinkado.)

You can create any kind of scene you like, just be sure to lay it out on your template and practice it first. As I mentioned in the video, don’t be afraid to stop and redo it if you find you aren’t happy with it. After all, it’s only clay and can be rolled through the pasta machine as many times as needed.

Also, be sure to let the Gilders paste dry completely for 12 hours before doing any buffing. If a little of the paste comes off while you’re buffing that was just excess. But if you buff before the 12 hours a lot more will come off than you want to.

And if any of you know what the Asian characters on the sign on the left say I would be very interested in finding out. Google translate, although usually helpful, didn’t have anything coherent to say this time. 🙂

Tools and Materials

Enjoy the video and happy creating!

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4 thoughts on “Royal Asia Bracelet-Polymer Clay Tutorial

  1. A so gorgeous and refined bracelet: I do like this fine Japanese style and this color combination. A so beautiful red with a gilded touch.
    A really great creation Sandy!
    Marie 🙂

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