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Happy Textures Bracelet with Bettina Welker

Bettina loves texture and has created a new line of texture stamps as a result! In this bracelet class, she introduces those textures to you along with two different effects you can achieve with them! You can easily use your own textures for this piece, or perhaps mix and match some of your own with Bettina's. Either way, the results will be stunning, and your bracelet is sure to be a real eye catcher!

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• 3 pck black polymer clay (~5oz/ 125g)
• Poly Paste (or liquid clay)
• Pasta machine
• Clay blade and scalpel
• Acrylic roller
• A few small ceramic tiles
• Round baking mold (soda can or another cylindrical heatproof form)
• Oil paint/acrylic paint in white and a few different colors (I use Genesis paints)
• Deeply cut texture stamps (I use mine)
• Stiff paintbrush
• Texture sponge (like Clay-Yo)
• Coarse sandpaper or sanding block and 400-grit sandpaper
• Hand drill with 3 and 4 mm drill bit
• 2 neodymium magnets 4 x 2 mm
• Super glue and two-part Epoxy glue
• Cornstarch or baby powder
• Small heatproof pan with baking soda
• 15 mm square cutter (optional)
• Glue stick
• Scissors
• Tape
• Some sheets of deli paper
• Printout of my template and measuring chart

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Bettina Welker

Bettina Welker

Bettina always walks through the world curiously with eyes wide open looking for inspiration.
If she sees a shape, a color or a pattern, her creative mojo just starts going. This can be everything - architecture, nature, paintings or just a walk through the hardware store. She even gets new ideas just by cleaning up her studio. Teaching is very important to Bettina - the interaction with creative people is very inspiring - she never walks out of a class that she taught without having learned something as well. For her, the greatest reward is a happy, inspired student.

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