Learn to Make a Botanical Book Bracelet with Metal ClayWednesday May 11, 2011
Everything you need to know to make this beautiful botanical bracelet.
Patrik Kusek is back again, this time to show you how to make your version of his Saul Bell Award winning bracelet using plants from your own garden.
Learn about Photopolymer Plates (PPP's) plus construction of toggles and carving techniques.
Covered in Class:
• The in’s and out’s of how to work with and develop PPP’s.
PPP’s are similar to a customized rubber stamps you can make at home.
• The different types of media used to create PPPs,
how-to make a proper exposure and development,
plus tests to get the best PPP possible.
See the PPP’s used to make the botanical bracelet.
• How to customize the panels with leaves or plants from your own garden.
• Create a custom branch toggle to go with your botanical bracelet.
• PLUS, you'll see an alternative design option that you can make
without photopolymer plates.
• INCLUDED with the download a FREE TEMPLATE to create your own
INCLUDED with purchase a PDF of the full AUDIO Transcription plus a PDF of all the class notes.
Learn to make this Saul Bell Award winning bracelet by Patrik Kusek
Patrik shows how to create this alternative design option too.
Learn to make organic looking toggles to complete your bracelet.
Included with the download, a template you can customize to create your own personalized bracelet.
Patrik Kusek is a member of the PMC Guild and is both PMC Guild Certified and Art Clay Certified. He is one of 10 senior instructors for Rio Grande and teaches PMC certification workshops nation wide. He was a featured artist on HGTV's "That's Clever." Patrik's work has been published in numerous books and publications. He is also the recipient of the 2007 Saul Bell Award 1st place in PMC.