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Make Your Own - Bracelet Kit (P0005)

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Make Your Own - Bracelet Kit (P0005)

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Make Your OwnTM - Bracelet Kit (P0005) 

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Make Your OwnTM - Bracelet Kit (P0005) 

Make up to 3 bracelets


Please note; these bracelets are either silver colour or black colour plastic (not metai)

View our online video tutorials to get you started

CONTENTS:

• Clear glass tile circles, ovals and squares

• Bracelet Silver Square

• Bracelet Silver Oval

• Bracelet Black Round

 • Glue

• Images

 

SIMPLE BRACELET INSTRUCTIONS:

1. You can use the images supplied, or choose downloadable Glaze images from
 http://www.glaze.co.nz/jewellery-making-supplies/picture-graphics.html or print your
own images onto Heavyweight Matte Photo Paper or similar using a colour laser or inkjet printer. 2. Thinly spread the glue on the images on your printout (one at a time) and carefully place your glass tile (wrong side down) on top of the image. Slide the glass tile around
in a circular motion over the image to spread the glue and remove any bubbles, then press
firmly to bond with the glaze. Do not attempt to move the glass once it has started bonding. 3. Leave for a few hours to dry, then cut image to shape of glass, using scissors. 4. With a sharp knife carefully scrape off any excess glue from around the edges or tops of the glass tile. 5. Spread the glue (do NOT shake the bottle or you will get air bubbles) on the inside of the tray in a zigzag pattern.
Carefully place your prepared glass tile with the image facing up into the glue in the tray.
Gently slide it around inside the tray to spread the glue and then centre the glass tile.
Using a damp cloth, gently wipe away any excess glue from the top of the glass and tray.
Leave to set for at least one hour before wearing.

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