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premo! Triangle Cabochon pin
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    "Antique gold mica powder,Paintbrush,Transparent tape, piece of antique gold filigree large enough to bend around the edges of your clay piece, Jewelry pliers, 1.25"" bar pin • Silicone glue|Antique gold mica powder,Paintbrush,Transparent tape, piece of antique gold filigree large enough to bend around the edges of your clay piece, Jewelry pliers, 1.25"" bar pin • Silicone glue"

    Project Instructions

    Your workspace:
    Please make sure your work area is covered and you are not working on an unprotected surface. We recommend working on the Sculpey® Work ‘n Bake Clay Mat, wax paper, metal baking sheet, or disposable foil. Uncured clay may damage unprotected furniture or finished surfaces. Be sure to cover your crafting area appropriately.

    Getting Started:
    Start with clean hands, unwrap and knead clay until soft and smooth, or condition by running clay though a Pasta Machine. We recommend using a designated machine for clay purposes only. When working with multiple colors, clean hands with soap and water or baby wipes (we have found that baby wipes work best) before switching colors. Shape clay, pressing pieces firmly together. Wash hands after use.

    Baking:
    Begin by preheating oven to 275 °F (130 °C). After you are done creating; for best results bake clay on an oven-proof surface such metal, aluminum foil, an index card or the Sculpey® Clay Mat at 275°F (130 °C) for 15 minutes per ¼" (6 mm) thickness according to package directions. Oven safe glass or ceramic surfaces are also acceptable for baking; however please note that the baking times may take longer as the glass or ceramic surfaces take longer to heat up. For best baking results, use an oven thermometer. DO NOT USE MICROWAVE OVEN. DO NOT EXCEED THE ABOVE TEMPERATURE OR RECOMMENDED BAKING TIME.
    Select the shape disc you wish to use and place it into the extruder (the large round disc was used for the wire wrapped bracelets and the square for the 3-layered bracelets). Roll the clay into a tube that will just fit into the barrel of the extruder. Put the plunger in place. NOTE: Knead the clay in your hands until it becomes warm and soft before placing in the barrel of the extruder. Use immediately.
    Artist Tip: It is easier to use the extruder if it is placed vertical to the work surface with the plunger down. Then just press the barrel down to the work surface. A piece of scrub sponge or a folded cloth placed between the barrel and the work surface will help protect your work surface.
    Clean the barrel of the extruder when changing clay colors. Remove the shape disc and run the plunger backwards through the barrel of the extruder to push out any larger pieces of clay.
    The Sculpey knife tool works well to clean the excess clay out of the disc cap of the extruder.
    To make the wire wrap single bracelets:

    Using the large round shape disc, extrude at least 12 inches of clay. Wrap the clay evenly around the selected can, overlapping the clay next to each other, as if you were going to make a coil of clay.
    Use your Super Slicer to cut through BOTH coils of clay at about a 45 degree angle. Make this cut about 1/2" from the original end of the clay.
    Remove the excess length of clay and put the two matching ends up against each other, smoothing the seam with your finger.
    Repeat with the remaining clay. It is possible to have multiple bracelets on one can, usually without them touching each other.
    Once you have as many bracelets as you can comfortably fit on your can, bake as directed above in Step 1. After baking, remove the warm (BUT NOT HOT) bracelets from the can by carefully sliding them off the can. Set the bracelets on a cool, flat surface to completely cool.
    Cut about a 10-inch piece of wire and wrap the end around the cooled bracelet at the clay joint, leaving about ½ inch excess wire. Bend this excess wire along the length of the bracelet and wrap the remaining wire around the bracelet, covering the excess wire. If you would like to add beads, go to Step 12. If you would like to finish your bracelet with just the wire, then continue wrapping the wire until you judge that the wrap is wide enough to cover and reinforce the joint, thread the end of the wire back under the wire wrap and pull tightly. Clip the end of the wires.
    If you would like to add beads, once you have the wire started on the bracelet, add about 10-12 E size beads to each wrap of the bracelet, threading the end wire back through the wraps and pulling tight before clipping the end of the wire. Add about 4 wraps of the wire covered in beads to each bracelet.
    If your bracelet joint breaks, don't despair! Just find a smooth pencil barrel or wooden dowel and wrap the wire around that. Slide it off and slide onto one end of the bracelet. Put a drop of glue on the broken joint and press together and immediately slide the wire over the joint.
    Glaze the bracelets using the Sculpey® Gloss Glaze and a small foam brush. The bracelets can be hung to dry on a small wooden dowel or bamboo skewer placed between two soda cans.
    To make the 3-layered bracelets:

    Change the extruding disc to the square shape. Extrude each of the three colors you wish to use and place them on the metal can, just as you would for the round bracelets, except these bracelets should be stacked next to each other and touch each other. Make the joints in the same place on each bracelet so that they can be covered by the textured clay wrap later. Bake according to the directions above in Step 1 on the can.
    While the bracelets are baking, roll out a small piece of complementary colored clay that is at least 1x3 inches in size. Place a flat edge, like a wooden ruler on the clay and roll the Sculpey® Texture Wheel firmly down the length of clay, using the straight edge to guide it.
    Trim the edges of the clay to the pattern and wrap the clay around the baked and cooled bracelets so that it covers the wrap. Press gently into place and rebake the assembled bracelets.
    Glaze the completed bracelet as described above.
    To make the wide beaded bracelet:

    Place the half-circle shape disc in the extruder and extrude two lengths of clay (Hazelnut was used in this example).
    Roll out about ½ package of the clay in the color of your choice on the widest (#1) setting of the Clay Conditioning Machine, so that the sheet of clay is about 2x7 inches in size.
    Place the two extruded strips of clay parallel to each other with just enough room inside to fit your selected beads. (Beyond Beautiful 6mm Round Cracked Lime beads were used in this example). Remove the beads and gently press the extruded lengths into place on the sheet of clay.
    Use the Super Slicer blade to remove the excess clay sheet, cutting to the edges of the extruded clay strips.
    Wrap this clay around your selected can, just as you did for the other bracelets, cutting the ends at about 45 degrees and butting the ends against each other. Use the Sculpey rubber chisel tool to help further smooth the edges together.
    Extrude 2 more lengths of clay, using the half circle and place these lengths on either side of the bracelet, with the flat edge AGAINST the edge of the bracelet, so that the curved edge faces out. This will give a more finished look to the edges of the bracelet and cover the seams on the edges. In this example, trim two decorative tacks and pressed them into place over the seams between the two extruded pieces of clay to help cover the seams and add a dramatic touch.
    Bake according to the directions above in Step 1, carefully removing the bracelet while the clay is WARM (NOT HOT) to the touch.
    Cut the beads which are strung on thin clear thread, but leave the beads on the thread. Wrap the beads tightly around the bracelet in the prepared channel and tie the beads off. Place a small drop of glue over the knot. If the beads you select are not strung on a clear thread, you may wish to restring them.
    Glaze the clay portion of the bracelet if desired.
    Your workspace:
    Please make sure your work area is covered and you are not working on an unprotected surface. We recommend working on the Sculpey® Work ‘n Bake Clay Mat, wax paper, metal baking sheet, or disposable foil. Uncured clay may damage unprotected furniture or finished surfaces. Be sure to cover your crafting area appropriately.

    Getting Started:
    Start with clean hands, unwrap and knead clay until soft and smooth, or condition by running clay though a Pasta Machine. We recommend using a designated machine for clay purposes only. When working with multiple colors, clean hands with soap and water or baby wipes (we have found that baby wipes work best) before switching colors. Shape clay, pressing pieces firmly together. Wash hands after use.

    Baking:
    Begin by preheating oven to 275 °F (130 °C). After you are done creating; for best results bake clay on an oven-proof surface such metal, aluminum foil, an index card or the Sculpey® Clay Mat at 275°F (130 °C) for 15 minutes per ¼" (6 mm) thickness according to package directions. Oven safe glass or ceramic surfaces are also acceptable for baking; however please note that the baking times may take longer as the glass or ceramic surfaces take longer to heat up. For best baking results, use an oven thermometer. DO NOT USE MICROWAVE OVEN. DO NOT EXCEED THE ABOVE TEMPERATURE OR RECOMMENDED BAKING TIME.
    Select the shape disc you wish to use and place it into the extruder (the large round disc was used for the wire wrapped bracelets and the square for the 3-layered bracelets). Roll the clay into a tube that will just fit into the barrel of the extruder. Put the plunger in place. NOTE: Knead the clay in your hands until it becomes warm and soft before placing in the barrel of the extruder. Use immediately.
    Artist Tip: It is easier to use the extruder if it is placed vertical to the work surface with the plunger down. Then just press the barrel down to the work surface. A piece of scrub sponge or a folded cloth placed between the barrel and the work surface will help protect your work surface.
    Clean the barrel of the extruder when changing clay colors. Remove the shape disc and run the plunger backwards through the barrel of the extruder to push out any larger pieces of clay.
    The Sculpey knife tool works well to clean the excess clay out of the disc cap of the extruder.
    To make the wire wrap single bracelets:

    Using the large round shape disc, extrude at least 12 inches of clay. Wrap the clay evenly around the selected can, overlapping the clay next to each other, as if you were going to make a coil of clay.
    Use your Super Slicer to cut through BOTH coils of clay at about a 45 degree angle. Make this cut about 1/2" from the original end of the clay.
    Remove the excess length of clay and put the two matching ends up against each other, smoothing the seam with your finger.
    Repeat with the remaining clay. It is possible to have multiple bracelets on one can, usually without them touching each other.
    Once you have as many bracelets as you can comfortably fit on your can, bake as directed above in Step 1. After baking, remove the warm (BUT NOT HOT) bracelets from the can by carefully sliding them off the can. Set the bracelets on a cool, flat surface to completely cool.
    Cut about a 10-inch piece of wire and wrap the end around the cooled bracelet at the clay joint, leaving about ½ inch excess wire. Bend this excess wire along the length of the bracelet and wrap the remaining wire around the bracelet, covering the excess wire. If you would like to add beads, go to Step 12. If you would like to finish your bracelet with just the wire, then continue wrapping the wire until you judge that the wrap is wide enough to cover and reinforce the joint, thread the end of the wire back under the wire wrap and pull tightly. Clip the end of the wires.
    If you would like to add beads, once you have the wire started on the bracelet, add about 10-12 E size beads to each wrap of the bracelet, threading the end wire back through the wraps and pulling tight before clipping the end of the wire. Add about 4 wraps of the wire covered in beads to each bracelet.
    If your bracelet joint breaks, don't despair! Just find a smooth pencil barrel or wooden dowel and wrap the wire around that. Slide it off and slide onto one end of the bracelet. Put a drop of glue on the broken joint and press together and immediately slide the wire over the joint.
    Glaze the bracelets using the Sculpey® Gloss Glaze and a small foam brush. The bracelets can be hung to dry on a small wooden dowel or bamboo skewer placed between two soda cans.
    To make the 3-layered bracelets:

    Change the extruding disc to the square shape. Extrude each of the three colors you wish to use and place them on the metal can, just as you would for the round bracelets, except these bracelets should be stacked next to each other and touch each other. Make the joints in the same place on each bracelet so that they can be covered by the textured clay wrap later. Bake according to the directions above in Step 1 on the can.
    While the bracelets are baking, roll out a small piece of complementary colored clay that is at least 1x3 inches in size. Place a flat edge, like a wooden ruler on the clay and roll the Sculpey® Texture Wheel firmly down the length of clay, using the straight edge to guide it.
    Trim the edges of the clay to the pattern and wrap the clay around the baked and cooled bracelets so that it covers the wrap. Press gently into place and rebake the assembled bracelets.
    Glaze the completed bracelet as described above.
    To make the wide beaded bracelet:

    Place the half-circle shape disc in the extruder and extrude two lengths of clay (Hazelnut was used in this example).
    Roll out about ½ package of the clay in the color of your choice on the widest (#1) setting of the Clay Conditioning Machine, so that the sheet of clay is about 2x7 inches in size.
    Place the two extruded strips of clay parallel to each other with just enough room inside to fit your selected beads. (Beyond Beautiful 6mm Round Cracked Lime beads were used in this example). Remove the beads and gently press the extruded lengths into place on the sheet of clay.
    Use the Super Slicer blade to remove the excess clay sheet, cutting to the edges of the extruded clay strips.
    Wrap this clay around your selected can, just as you did for the other bracelets, cutting the ends at about 45 degrees and butting the ends against each other. Use the Sculpey rubber chisel tool to help further smooth the edges together.
    Extrude 2 more lengths of clay, using the half circle and place these lengths on either side of the bracelet, with the flat edge AGAINST the edge of the bracelet, so that the curved edge faces out. This will give a more finished look to the edges of the bracelet and cover the seams on the edges. In this example, trim two decorative tacks and pressed them into place over the seams between the two extruded pieces of clay to help cover the seams and add a dramatic touch.
    Bake according to the directions above in Step 1, carefully removing the bracelet while the clay is WARM (NOT HOT) to the touch.
    Cut the beads which are strung on thin clear thread, but leave the beads on the thread. Wrap the beads tightly around the bracelet in the prepared channel and tie the beads off. Place a small drop of glue over the knot. If the beads you select are not strung on a clear thread, you may wish to restring them.
    Glaze the clay portion of the bracelet if desired.