Polymer Clay Bracelets and Cuff Tutorials

In this section I'll be showing you lots of different techniques and ideas for making polymer clay bracelets and cuffs.

Bracelets are easy and quick to make and there are so many different styles to have fun with. Over time will be exploring as many of these as we can on this page.

Cuffs come in many different shapes and sizes and they're a great way to showcase your veneers and canes. In the cuff tutorials on this page I'll share all the tips and tricks you need to make sure you end up with a beautifully smooth, strong polymer clay cuff that you will be able to wear again and again.


Polymer clay bracelet cuff

Into the Congo Polymer clay bracelet cuff project

Polymer clay bracelet cuff

In this two part project tutorial, I'll be showing you how to make a polymer clay bracelet cuff using a metal blank. The tutorial includes lots of tips and tricks to help get your bangle smooth, and perfectly finished off around the edges and on the inside. You can apply these techniques to any bangle project.

We will be using a veneer created using Helen Breil's Congo Line texture stamp, layered pastels and crackled paint, combined with a beautiful silver mica shift.


Faded Summer Polymer clay cuff

Faded Summer Polymer Clay Cuff Tutorial

Faded Summer Polymer clay cuff

In this polymer clay cuff project tutorial, I'll be showing you how to make another polymer clay bracelet cuff using a metal blank. We will be combining three alcohol polymer clay crackle sheets to make the cuff, which means no sanding!

The tutorial includes lots of tips and tricks to help get your bangle smooth, and perfectly finished off around the edges and on the inside. You can apply these techniques to any bangle project.


Polymer Clay Faux Lava and Coral Bracelet

Faux Coral and Lava Polymer Clay Bracelet Tutorial

Polymer Clay Faux Lava and Coral Bracelet

In this polymer clay tutorial, I'll be showing you how to make Faux Coral and Faux Lava from polymer clay. These are two of the simplest faux techniques, but the results are realistic and beautiful.

In this project we will be making a simple bracelet. Be sure to check out part two below, for the matching Boiling Bubbles Pendant.


Baobab Sunset Polymer Clay Bracelet

Baobab Tree Sunset Polymer Clay Bracelet Tutorial

Baobab Sunset Polymer Clay Bracelet

In this African inspired polymer clay bracelet tutorial, we will have fun making finger bone beads and sunset torpedo beads. The finger bead technique is really fun, and so effective.

All you need for this polymer clay project is some clay, pastels and paint. It's really simple, but we will create this beautiful, earthy sunset bracelet and in the video, I'll also show you how to make a set of earrings to match.

And something to look forward to - this is another project that does not need much sanding, so lots of fun without the painful bits!


Polymer clay driftwood bracelet

Driftwood Polymer Clay Bracelet Project

Polymer clay driftwood bracelet

In this polymer clay bracelet project, I'll be showing you how to create a driftwood effect using extruded strands. I'll also be making end caps and a clasp from polymer clay.

You can use this same technique to create a necklace or earrings, and you can vary the colors of the hemp to give a completely different effect.

This is a quick and easy project, perfect for market jewelry. Have fun!


Polymer clay faux amethyst geode slice

Faux Amethyst Geode Slice Project Tutorial

Polymer clay faux amethyst geode slice

In this tutorial I'll be showing how to make a Faux Amethyst Geode Slice which we will then use to make a full jewelry set, as well as a keyring. This polymer clay project is much easier than it looks, and best of all it requires no sanding, so it's sure to be a favorite!

You can switch up the colors used in this technique to create all sorts of different agate slices, so be sure to try out other combinations.


I'll be adding tutorials for many more polymer clay bracelets and cuffs over the coming months. If you would like to stay up to date with new articles and tutorials as they are released, please join my Facebook Group.

The group is the best place to keep up with all the latest news, product releases and tutorials, and you will have early access to new material before it is released on YouTube or the website. There are also exclusive giveaways and a discount coupon for my shop, JessamaDesign on Etsy.

We have a fabulous group of members already. It's a great place to share, be encouraged and ask all of your polymer clay questions.

If you are looking for something a little more complex, take a look at my Patreon page. The community over there is steadily growing and I have lots of surprises and additional features coming up soon for my Patreons, so do come over and join us. We would love to welcome you. You can also find some of my more complex tutorials at my Etsy shop.

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