keep your arms sewn together this halloween
i saw something like this on the internet, and instead of spending enough money to keep a small island afloat i decided to make my own.
sorry for the lack of pictures i didnt know i would be making a how to!
first, get out your fimo and pre heat the oven to whatever it says on the packet.
pull of small lumps of fimo and shape them into kind of cross shapes.This is the tricky bit :S
poke holes through the crosses using a pin or something small like that.
once youve made a few (i used 6)bake them in your pre heated oven.
whike your waiting for them to cook,measure enough wire to fit round your wrist(and a bit more?)
and squeeze a crimp bead on the end.
put some of your glue in the round part of the bead tipand slide it from the other end of the wire to the crimp bead. then close the bead tip so the curly bit is facing away from the wire.
i hope this makes sense this is my first how to. :S
attach a jump ring to the hook bit and close it.
when your fimo is cooked and cooled down you can do the next part. slide the first cross down the wire and lay the brace let on the table. get a cocktail stick and squeeze some glue on it.
get the gluey cocktail stick and put the glue in the holes and leave to dry.
do the same again with the next cross a little bit further on than the first. keep going till you finish the bracelet.
this is the time where you can do your own thing or follow my way. frankly my way is rubbish but its your choice
i was going to add another bead tip but it broke so i was i bit stuffed there.so my next thought was to use a different type of bead tip. that broke too.
so in the end i threaded a crimp bead on the empty end and folded the wire through the hole in the clasp thingy. i then threaded the crimp bead back ove the two pieces of wire and squeeeeeezed.