Interchangeable Constellation Bangle Bracelet Tutorial
Create sparkling constellation jewelry in an hour, using minimal supplies and Swarovski Ceralun Ceramic Epoxy Clay, Crystal Clay, or your favorite epoxy clay.
This quick-change bracelet form allows you to change the focal piece as often as you like. For this project, we have selected two centerpieces.
Created by: Sondra Barrington
- Begin by choosing constellations from a preferred book or website, to use as reference.
- For step-by-step instructions, see our blog article: Constellation Jewelry Using Ceralun Clay
- You have some options for sizing this bracelet:
- The Cuff Bracelet comes in 3 sizes, and there are also larger 2-Loop Bezel Connectors available.
- Click into the details of any item below for alternate sizes / colors.
- 1 each #51-743-3 Amate Studios Silver Plated Bracelet Component, Cuff, Large
- Crystal Chatons in your choice of colors (to replace the out-of-production Swarovski crystal head pins)
For Solid Background in Rectangle Bezel:
- 1 pack #82-210-20-291 Swarovski Ceralun Ceramic Epoxy (Crystal Clay) - Black
1 dozen (use 3 pieces) # 46-371-1-02 Swarovski AB/ Rhodium Plated Head Pin- Out of Production
- 1 hundred (use 4) #37-091-10-3>37-091-10-3 Silver Plated Ball End Head Pin, Thin, 1"
- 1 each #46-823-194-3 Amate Studios Silver Plated Bezel, Rectangle, 2 Loop, 19x15mm
For Swirled Background in Round Bezel:
- 1 pack #82-210-20-296 Swarovski Ceralun Ceramic Epoxy (Crystal Clay) - Silver
- 1 pack #82-210-20-23 Swarovski Ceralun Ceramic Epoxy (Crystal Clay) - Anthracite
1 dozen (use 2 pieces) # 46-372-1-18 Swarovski Sapphire/ Rhodium Plated Head Pin- Out of Production
- 1 hundred (use 2) #37-091-10-3>37-091-10-3 Silver Plated Ball End Head Pin, Thin, 1"
- 1 each #46-821-194-3 Amate Studios Silver Plated Bezel, Round, 2 Loop, 19mm
- #65-040 Tweezers -- for placing headpins in clay
- #63-622 Plastic Baggies -- for storage of leftover clay
- #69-380 Wire Cutter -- to cut headpins
- 2 pairs #69-271-3 -- Chain Nose Pliers to secure jump rings
- #66-021 Hobby Knife -- to cut clay in equal portions
- #69-657-M Nitrile Gloves-- one set for each color of clay, minimum
- #69-351 Safety Glasses -- to shield eyes while cutting headpins
- Apron: To protect clothes
- Moist Wipes: For smoothing clay and tidying up
- Paper: A few sheets to protect your work area
- Toothpicks/Skewers: For manipulating clay
- Plastic Container with Lid: To cover pieces during curing
- Alcohol Swabs: For cleaning bezels