Introduction: Portal 2 Charm Bracelet

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A charm bracelet with each of the personality cores from portal 2 and GLaDOS

Step 1: Materials

You will need:

Polymer clay (white, black, gray, yellow, green, blue, purple/pink, and a bit of red)
Charm bracelet
Jewelry clasps
Metal loops

Step 2: Making GLaDOS

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1. Make a thick black rectangle out of polymer clay. (About 1/4" thick, 1/4" wide, and 3/4" long)

2. Make a thin sheet of white clay with the same width and height of the black rectangle. Lay over the top of the black rectangle.

3. Make a small, thin rectangular sheet of black clay and lay in the center of the white sheet.

4. Take a small dot of yellow clay and put it in the center of the clay GLaDOS

5. Take a smaller dot of red clay and put it in the bottom right of the small black rectangle.

6. Stick a metal loop in the top of GLaDOS and support it with extra black clay. (Or glue on the loop after baking with super glue).

7. Bake according to clay's instructions

8. Hook on the charm clasp, which then hooks on to the charm bracelet.

Step 3: Space Core

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1. Roll a 1/2" ball out of white polymer clay

2. Take a small ball of yellow clay and press it on the center of the white ball.

3. Take a small dot of black clay and press it in the center of the yellow circle.

4. Put a thin strip of black clay across the top and bottom front of the circle, as shown. 

5. Put 2 thin strips of gray clay on each side of each black strip, heading towards the back.

6. Stick a metal loop in the top of the core and support it with extra white clay. (Or glue on the loop after baking with super glue)

7. Bake according to clay's instructions

8. Hook on the charm clasp, which then hooks on to the charm bracelet.

Step 4: Adventure Core

Picture of Adventure Core

1. Roll a 1/2" ball out of white polymer clay

2. Take a small ball of green clay and press it on the center of the white ball.

3. Take a small dot of black clay and press it in the center of the green circle.

4. Put 2 small strips on the top and bottom of the green circle, making it look like it has eyelids.

5. Put a thin strip of gray clay across the top and bottom front of the circle, as shown.

6. Put 2 thin strips of gray clay on each side of each gray strip, heading towards the back.

7. Stick a metal loop in the top of the core and support it with extra white clay. (Or glue on the loop after baking with super glue)

8. Bake according to clay's instructions

9. Hook on the charm clasp, which then hooks on to the charm bracelet.

Step 5: Fact Core

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1. Roll a 1/2" ball out of white polymer clay

2. Take a small ball of purple/pink clay and press it on the center of the white ball.

3. Take a small dot of black clay and press it in the center of the purple/pink circle.

4. Put 2 small strips on the top and bottom of the purple/pink circle, making it look like it has eyelids.

5. Put a thin strip of black clay across the top and bottom front of the circle, as shown.

6. Put 2 thin strips of gray clay on each side of each black strip, heading towards the back.

7. Stick a metal loop in the top of the core and support it with extra white clay. (Or glue on the loop after baking with super glue)

8. Bake according to clay's instructions

9. Hook on the charm clasp, which then hooks on to the charm bracelet.

Step 6: Wheatley

Picture of Wheatley

1. Roll a 1/2" ball out of white polymer clay

2. Take a small ball of blue clay and press it on the center of the white ball.

3. Put 2 small white strips on the top and bottom of the blue circle, making it look like it has eyelids.

4. Put a thin strip of black clay across the top and bottom front of the circle, as shown.

5. Put 2 thin strips of gray clay on each side of each black strip, heading towards the back.

6. Stick a metal loop in the top of the core and support it with extra white clay. (Or glue on the loop after baking with super glue)

7. Bake according to clay's instructions

8. Hook on the charm clasp, which then hooks on to the charm bracelet.

Comments

677205 (author)2015-12-13

That is really nice.

hbany (author)2012-04-13

i would like to try do it myself...

assassino72 (author)hbany2012-04-13

You should try! I had a lot of fun making it and I love wearing it!

hbany (author)2012-04-13

i like it!very nice!

assassino72 (author)hbany2012-04-13

Thank you! :)

hbany (author)2012-04-13

nice!

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