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From: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)4/22/13 10:38 PM 
To: kathy47 (kth47) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (38 of 44) 
 70313.38 in reply to 70313.30 
Ahhh..no. Do NOT put a full, unsealed soda can in the oven!!! Big, big mess.

What I meant was to take an unsealed, full (and therefore sturdy) soda can, wrap it in a paper sleeve - construct your bracelet - then SLIP THE SLEEVE -OFF- WITH THE BRACELET ON IT and stand THAT round paper sleeve with the bracelet still on it on your baking sheet in the oven.   :o(

Put soda in refrigerator for later congratulatory party on wonderful pc art.

Sorry for the confusion! (Hope nobody baked a soda....)
 
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From: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)4/22/13 10:41 PM 
To: paintprints  (39 of 44) 
 70313.39 in reply to 70313.31 
Right. No sodas in the oven! (I've been known to make some odd meals... but not that!)

However, I HAVE been known to shop with a tape measure... there I am in the jar and can aisle... who cares what's inside... if the circumference it right, it's going home with me. Yes, I do get some strange looks. I consider it a public service.... something to talk about with your co-workers next few weeks.....  ;)
 

 
From: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)4/22/13 10:44 PM 
To: BinkyMelnik unread  (40 of 44) 
 70313.40 in reply to 70313.32 
yep... I get those looks too.
And I'm on the other end of the spectrum... most bracelets I could not get on because they are too small. 8 1/2 inches around against my wrist... can you imagine how big it needs to be to get over my knuckles?  (thanks Dad and Grandpa for the big bones!)
 

 
From: paintprints4/23/13 12:39 AM 
To: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)  (41 of 44) 
 70313.41 in reply to 70313.39 
One question I have about bracelets - is it better (stronger) to use an old metal or wooden bracelet as a base for the polymer clay or do the bracelet in all clay ?
 

 
From: kathy47 (kth47) DelphiPlus Member Icon4/23/13 7:15 AM 
To: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)  (42 of 44) 
 70313.42 in reply to 70313.38 
LOL!!!   I would pay to se that! Good idea about the sleeve, I just always had a sleeve on so I could get it off after I baked it but this makes more sense, and you can bake more without having pop cans all over the place.
 

 
From: mst014/26/13 3:47 PM 
To: klcrist  (43 of 44) 
 70313.43 in reply to 70313.4 
I just bought one (metal mold from Premo) and broke it.  I was under the impression that I was supposed to apply the clay on it and I would wear it like that.  Later, I read that it was only a mold.  I could not get it on my arm, tried to stretch it and it broke in half.  Just wondering if I were to have used that mold, would the Premo be durable to stretching?  My wrist is very narrow.
 

 
From: mkirkwag15/19/13 8:22 PM 
To: manbeader DelphiPlus Member Icon unread  (44 of 44) 
 70313.44 in reply to 70313.1 
Hi. I know I'm late to the party. I shared you issues with the soda cans - if you still want to use it, fill it with water or rice or sand. That will help.

 

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