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- Edged cuff bracelets can be embellished with beadwork, leather, or fabric. The ends have a section that allows you to tuck the ends of beadwork or fabric out of view. These bracelets are handmade, and are not always available. Stock up when you can!
- Channel cuff bracelets are also known as "Hair Tie Bracelets" because they are the perfect size for safely storing hair ties when you get tired of having your hair pulled back. Raw brass channel cuffs can also be used for some types of inlaid designs with resins or polymer clay.
- Flat bracelet blanks are normally used for stamping custom words, phrases or textures... but don't let that stop you from altering them in other ways!
- Open-style and wire cuff bracelets are perfect for covering with beads, wire or your favorite fibers.
Raw (solid) copper and brass bracelet blanks can be stamped, etched with ferric chloride, engraved, riveted and more. They are partially finished, and may require a bit of filing, sanding or tumbling, to smooth rough edges.
- 6" copper sheet in 1/2", 1" and 2" widths are perfect bracelets strips for average size wrists.
- 24 gauge is lightweight and easy to work with, but requires a second layer to be sturdy enough for a good bracelet. You can stamp or texture it, then rivet or solder to a bracelet blank of contrasting material.
- 20 gauge is a good compromise: it's still easy to stamp, embellish and otherwise work with, but it's also sturdy enough to hold up when worn as a bracelet.
- 14-gauge bracelet blanks are flat, and pre-cut to 5-3/4" (for small/medium wrists), 6-1/4" (for medium/large wrists), and 7" (good size for a guy). The ends are curved, and the blanks are ready to customize!
Aluminum bracelet blanks by ImpressArt are a great alternative to sterling silver, nickel silver, or silver plated blanks. This soft, inexpensive metal allows intricate and delicate stamping designs to make complete impressions and look great. For most metals, 14-gauge would be too thick for metal stamping, but because aluminum is a soft metal, 14 gauge is a good compromise between stampability and bracelet durability. Customize aluminum blanks with metal stamps, texture hammers, rivets and engravers. After stamping or otherwise embellishing, these bracelets can easily be bent on an oval bracelet mandrel or using the E-Z Bender tool. They polish up beautifully! more info about aluminum