Masters of polymer clay recommend a master class to create jewelry from polymer clay - a bracelet - with their own hands.
Masters of polymer clay recommend! For keine, you will need: - White and blue plastic - Skalka - Blade To assemble a bracelet: - Foil - Toothpicks - Lacquer and brush - Lacquer remover and wadded discs - Jewelery rope - Decorative rings - Caps for beads - Togole lock - Connector rings, pins with a ringlet - Round nose pliers - Socket end - Cotton wheels Performance: To begin with, we form a kein with a square cut of just one element. In this article, the dimensions of the elements are not specified. they can be absolutely any. The smaller the initial dimensions of the parts, the less the resulting keyin and vice versa. Roll out the sausage from white plastic. We give it a teardrop shape. Roll out a layer of blue plastic. We wrap the teardrop-shaped sausage with blue plastic. Cut off the excess of plastic. Roll out a thick layer of white plastic and cut it so that its edge turned out to be "sharp". Roll out the blue layer, its size should be at least twice the white element. Turn the white element around the blue layer, keep the sharp edge, cut off excess blue plastic. We make in the teardrop detail a deep incision strictly in the center. We insert there a pointed element. Cut off the excess of plastic. Roll out the white plastic and wrap the resulting part. Remove the excess material. We roll out the sausage of white color and the blue layer. Turn the sausage blue plastic. Cut the sausage across the blade. To complete the elements you need a piece of blue plastic. Blue polymer clay close the white sections of the sausage. We connect the halves to each other. Turn the halves of a layer of white polymer clay. We connect the teardrop part with half. If the length of the halves is much greater than the base, it can either be cut or squeezed to the desired size. We add white plastic in the region of the thin part of the drop-shaped part. Add flagellum white polymer clay in the area of the base and halves. Now the part has an almost rectangular cut. It should be stretched, while trying to keep the roundness on the underside. Cut the stretched element in the middle and add the elements next to each other. On the cut, the figure is already clearly visible. Again cut the blade in half and fold again. This time the overall shape of the slices resembles a rhombus. Repeat the process of stretching the sausage. Cut and fold the halves again. The folded halves are cut again in half and folded. We get something like a cube with a symmetrical pattern on the cut. In places of joints of details we add sausages from white plastic that edges have got more equal shape. Armed with a rolling pin and start rolling out Cain, without violating his "squareness". Continue the process of rolling until Kein does not get the length and cut-off value you need! You can do a control slice! From the remnants and scraps of polymer clay, I roll a few beads and glue them with slices - on each bead two slices. The edges of the slices are neatly joined, the beads are pounded assiduously. The size of the beads is arbitrary, the shape is asymmetric. We make holes in the beads with toothpicks and bake. Since I use a white color, it's veryvisible any specks of dust and villi. To remove them I rub each bead with a liquid to remove varnish. This will remove dust particles and degrease before coating with a glossy varnish. I cover the beads with varnish and let them dry. My beads are different in size, so I spread them in the order that is needed for the bracelet - large in the middle, on the edges are smaller. I dial beads on a rope, alternate them with decorative rings. The edge of the cable is clamped with the end. I insert a pin with a ring in the end. I put on a pin for the beads. I screw the end of the pin into the ring. I fasten to the ring from the pin a usual connecting ring. And for one more ring I fasten one of the parts of the lock-togla. I tightly clamp all the rings. This side of the bracelet is ready, we proceed to the other. All the beads are shifted back to the finished lock. On the other hand, cut the cable so that there remains a small piece of it for attaching. On this edge and attach the clip-end. Next, attach the pin, cap and the second part of the fastener, as described above. Decoration made of polymer clay - a bracelet with your own hands - is ready. Author: Balakina Anastasiya