HOW TO MAKE A FUSED GLASS CUFF BRACELET

Glass bracelets that are well-designed and easy to make are not only beautiful to look at, but they also have a lot of practicality. These trinkets can be worn with your clothes, or given as a treasured gift. They can be cumbersome and bumpy for some people, even though they're beautiful and expensive. These eye-catching pieces can make your creative ideas fly.

This technique may require several attempts to get the size you want. Don't be discouraged if you are unable to curve the bracelet correctly at first. This requires patience and practice. You can choose the dichroic fused glass through Artglasssupplies.com.

Making glass bracelets is not easy. There are many things you need to remember. You will need to decide the sketch and color you want, and also calculate the circumference and size of the gap to ensure that the bracelet can be placed easily on one hand.

For making fused glass wristbands, smaller units are recommended. A small countertop kiln is ideal for this method. The heat escapes only from the top of a small kiln when the lid is taken off. These are not practical to use in a large kiln. A large kiln takes so much time to heat and is, therefore, more difficult to lift, reach and move the glass into a larger kiln.

This procedure requires the use of specified forceps, protection for the eyes, and relatively lightweight gloves. To make the mold the right size, the small mold will need several layers of fiber paper.

Although the Fireworks mold is not the best, it is the most affordable to purchase for Fused Glass Bracelets. Persico's oval-shaped mold is noticeably flatter and heavier than that of Fireworks. Fireworks products have the legs facing down, while Persico brands have two reversed "V” legs at each end.