With this unique disc from the LC Disk 7, you can make a bracelet base. Decorate it the way you like it. This amazing disc was designed by Lucy Štruncová.
About the author
Petra lives near Pilsen, Czech Republic. Ever since childhood, she has loved learning new craft techniques. By age fifteen, she began studying art at various art schools in Pilsen before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial Design at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art, University of West Bohemia. She has been working for LUCY CLAY since 2014.
Materials and tools:
- Polymer clay (colors of your choice)
- Liquid polymer clay
- Czextuder + LC Disk 7 (quarter ellipse disc) + LC Disk 3 (disc with small holes)
- Scalpel, blade
- Bracelet mold (or glass)
Condition some scrap clay and press it through the Czextruder with the quarter ellipse disc (Disk 7).
Cut the extrusion into two parts of the same length. Use liquid polymer clay and glue them together.
Wrap the clay around the mold and connect the ends. Smooth the connection and bake it according to the instructions. Let it cool down and remove the mold.
Then you can finally decorate it. Condition polymer clay and prepare rolls of clay in 3 colors. Cut the rolls in smaller parts. Arrange the colors randomly and press them together.
Put it into the Czextruder and extrude through the disc with small holes (LC Disk 3).
Cut the extrusions into smaller parts. Apply liquid polymer clay on the bangle. Then start to place the extrusions on the bangle.
Cover the whole bangle this way.
Cut off the excess clay inside the bangle.
Make a sheet from polymer clay. Spread a liquid clay on the inner side of the bangle and stick the sheet in. You can texturize it. Bake it again and your bangle is ready.
Download PDF tutorial for free: extruded-bangle-PDF-tutorial