Tape two cuff bracelet forms together from the inside Roll a strip of Antique gold clay slightly wider and longer than the circumference of the stacked forms. Press to the metal form and trim the ends smooth.
Create a skinner blend between antique gold and pearl clays that is narrow and long. Wrap the sheet over the antique gold layer, beveling the second layer over the edge to form a rounded edge.
Bake according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Roll a thin sheet of alizarin crimson and cut 10-12 dragonflies with the cutter. Apply them on the surface, spaced evenly apart and facing different directions.
With the small Etch and Pearl tool, add detail marks in the wings and tail of the dragonflies. Press a crystal in the center of each dragonfly’s back.
If using mica powder, apply a small dusting of powder over each dragonfly and rebake. If using a rub-on finish, then bake the bracelet first and apply the metallic finish over each dragonfly after baking.
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