A solar eclipse is rare and unusual, so is this creative bracelet by Cynthia Thorton! Create something unique with this multi-media project that combines EZ960™ Sterling Silver Clay, resin, polymer clay and beads and finishes of your choice! Thank you to Cool Tools for sponsoring this series of projects.
Basic sculpting tools
Paint brushes (detail size 0, 1 and 2)
EZ960™ Sterling Silver Clay
Beeswax ‘clay’ ( beeswax melted down with a bit of glycerin to make it malleable- available online as a natural kids clay, but simple to make)
Water Paper towels Clear resin – a doming variety would be great ( like ICE
Tiny plastic cups with measurements indicated
10 gauge bronze wire
Acrylic paints in Prussian blue, quinacridone magenta, yellow, white Acrylic
To make the bezel:
Cynthia Thornton is a maker of small things and lives in Asheville, NC with her children Max and Azalea, husband Greg and their cats, fish and dog. They own and operate Green Girl Studios, a company specializing in hand crafted pewter, bronze and silver beads, pendants and buttons.