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Pan Pastel Bangle Tutorial is Made with Torn Up Pieces of Polymer Clay


I've never been that fond of polymer clay work. So when I spotted Gloria Uhler's Torn Cuff Tutorial on Domestic Diva-Online, I knew that was definitely for me. 

It's beginner friendly.  I like how she gets a beautiful mix of pan pastel colors by simply dabbing with a sponge applicator. 

Her innovative idea to get the irregular white margins in her design is simply to tear up bits of clay! She explains how you prepare the reassembled clay and attach to a bracelet form.  The result is an elegant bangle!

Great tips, Gloria!

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM 

2 comments:

  1. This is such a fun technique!

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  2. what a beautiful result! I'd wear this, and I'm not into polymer clay either.

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