Matrixed Turquoise Bracelet
Don't the beads in this Matrixed Turquoise Bracelet almost look like real gemstones? Believe it or not, they are actually made out of clay! Learn how to make polymer clay beads using the "lace cane" technique to get the same crackled, earthy effect. If you are a fan of turquoise jewelry, you will love this beautiful beaded bracelet pattern. Your friends are sure to say that they cannot believe it is clay! In an afternoon, you will have a new chic and stylish DIY bracelet to rock every day.
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Bead Technique UsedStrung
Bead Project TypeBracelet
Polymer clay is the chameleon of jewelry-making materials! For more projects like this gorgeous bracelet, check out these 40 Polymer Clay Projects for Jewelry and Clay Beads
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Apr 27, 2017
These are very nicely done. I have worked with clay and turned out a few very pretty faux gemstones. Besides the cost, another nice thing is clay is so much lighter than stones. I have some that are dead ringers for opal. I am going to try this project to add to my torquoise collection. Thank you for sharing.
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