Stand out from the crowd with Ellen Kharade's monochrome jewellery
What you need...
- BRACELET Chemset standard resin (ES 8102), Chemset hardener (ES 8203), White polymer clay, Lazertran inkjet decal paper, Crystal faceted jet glass rondelles, 8mm x 10mm x 6, Head pins, Jump rings, 5mm, Toggle clasp
- TOOLS Pliers, round-nosed, flat-nosed, snipe-nosed, Wire cutters, Clay roller, Tissue blade, Dremel hobby drill and fine drill bit, Bead piercing needles, Clear nail varnish (optional), Round cutters, small, large, Precision scales, Mixing cup, Plastic tub, Barrier cream, Laser photocopier
Bracelet - 1. Make up five small flower beads, bake and drill holes in them as for the necklace. Mix 15g of resin and 7.5g of hardener to make 22.5g of resin in total. Apply to the flower beads and leave to set overnight.
2. Thread head pins onto all of the flower beads and six jet rondelles and turn into neat loops. Open up all of the loops and link the components together with a flower bead between each jet rondelle. Attach jump rings to the bracelet ends and finish with a toggle clasp and bar.
Make it yours - Make matching earrings by hanging flower and jet beads from earwires. You could use any leftover pieces to create an eye-catching brooch too.
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