Pluffy Cuff Bracelet
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Pluffy Cuff Bracelet

For a stylish and substantial cuff bracelet without the heavy weight, create this fashionable bangle with easy to use Pluffy oven-bake clay.
Craft Time: 60+ minutes
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Material List

  • Sculpey Pluffy™: Gray, Black, White
  • Sculpey™ Clay Tool Starter Set
  • Acrylic Roller
  • Clay Conditioning Machine
  • Sculpey™ Texture Maker: Chantilly Lace
  • Premo! Sculpey Fashion Art Mini Metal Cutters
  • Pearl-Ex Mica Powder: Silver
  • Metal Cuff Bracelet Form
  • Spray Water Bottle
  • Waxed Paper
  • Polyester Fiberfill
  • Oven-Proof Glass or Metal Surface

Project Instructions

Step: 1

Getting Started: Do not use unbaked clay on unprotected furniture or finished surfaces. Knead clay for 2 minutes. Bake on oven-proof glass or metal surface at 275º F (130º C) for 15 minutes per ¼-inch (6mm) of thickness. Do not use in microwave oven. Do not exceed the above temperatures or recommended baking time. Baking should be completed by an adult. Wash hands after use.

Step: 2

Condition Gray clay and roll a long log that is tapered at both ends. This tapered log should be long enough to fit all over the top of the metal form and reach both ends. Gently flatten with the acrylic roller. Press to the top of the metal form and curl the edges of the clay upwards.

Step: 3

Roll sheets of Gray, White, and Black clay on a thin setting (#5) on your clay conditioning machine. Place on waxed paper. Spray sheets with water and press texture maker into surface of each colored sheet of clay. Allow sheets to dry. Brush raised surfaces with silver mica powder using finger or cotton swab. With leaf-shaped mini cutter, cut pieces.

Step: 4

Press pieces on bracelet, overlapping and alternating colors. Place on polyester fiberfill on baking surface. Bake as directed. Allow to cool completely before removing bracelet form.


Use photo as a guide and follow manufacturer’s instructions for all products used.

Make sure to clean hands and tools before starting your project. Start with lighter colors and work your way down to darker colors, to avoid discoloring of the clay.