Get into the Easter spirit with Jane Kharade's enamelled bunny charm bracelet
What you need...
- Pink potato pearls x 7
- Enamels, 10ml: light turquoise, bright pink, dark turquoise, white
- Chunky curb bracelet
- Jump rings: 5mm, 7mm
- Copper discs, 25mm x 5
- Head pins
- TOOLS: pliers, round-nosed, flat-nosed, snipe-nosed; Efcolor enamelling stove; sieve tops; enamel stilts; power tool; texturing attachment; 1.5mm drill bit; metal spatula; brass stencil; needle files; emery paper; saw frame and No.3 blades; bench peg; G clamp; cocktail stick; double-sided tape; scalpel; No.3 handle; 10A blade; cutting mat; fine round paintbrush
Drill a hole in four 25mm copper discs. Cover two discs with light turquoise powder. Mix bright pink and white enamel powder to create baby pink, and cover the other two discs. Cut out two sitting rabbit shapes from paper, lay the stencil over the enamelled discs and sprinkle a layer of white enamel over the rabbit template.
Carefully lift off the stencil and clean away stray particles with a damp paintbrush, then melt the powder. Once cool, add the eye detail with dark turquoise powder then re-melt. Attach a 7mm jump ring to each rabbit charm and hang from a bracelet. Thread pink pearls onto head pins and space along the bracelet to finish.