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You've all seen the cute polymer clay projects that I have posted in the past. You can see them by clicking here. This idea, from Damask Love, is about how to turn your geometric wooden bracelets into adorable planters with a little help from...polymer clay!
You are going to love this one, I swear! <3 <3 <3

Supplies Needed:

a wooden bracelet. (thick and geometric works best)
Polymer Clay
rolling pin
hot glue gun
succulent plant
Paint Pens
1. Roll out a piece of polymer clay to about 1/4″ thickness
2. Press your bracelet into the clay as if you are using a cookie cutter
3. You’ll be left with a circle that is sized to fit inside the bracelet NOTE: At the step, go ahead and use a drinking straw to poke a small hole in the center of the clay circle for drainage. Once you’ve done this, bake the clay according to package instructions.
4. Rub Metallic Lustre onto the wooden bracelet (for a full tutorial on using Metallic Lustre, check out THIS post).
5. Use paint pens to add color in any way you which
6. Place the baked circle into the bottom of the bracelet
7. Use the hot glue gun to run a bead of glue around the inside seam of the bracelet and clay circle
With the right wooden bracelet, and a creative hand, you can make just about anything. You could even stack them on top of each other to get taller vases. Totally up to you! Just have fun with it! I have more fun projects waiting for your, just click here!