Materials

The surfaces of these bracelet beads are not hard at all to create. You get to use a rubber stamp to create the random-sized and positioned circle shapes and then the chalks do all the work to achieve the fine details. I have listed the chalk colors that I used to make this brace- Ultramarine blue and white polymer clay no. 3 knitting needle (or a wooden skewer) Rubber stamp (with dots in various sizes) let, but feel free to change them to your favorite colors. You can use another stamp as...

Curing Tools

I use a Clay amp Craft Oven 1 by AMACO, created specifically for- baking polymer clay. It turns off automatically when the built-in timer goes off, which is a real plus to prevent scorching or burning the clay. Baking times and temperatures will vary between the different brands, so follow the instructions on the package to fully cure your projects. The length of time you bake a piece will be determined by how thick the clay is. It is best to use a separate oven thermometer 2 , placed on the...