Hi this is Becky Nunn with Nunn Design I'm guest designer for Beadaholique.com in this project we're going to be making some very fun stacking bangle bracelets using crystal clay and chatons. I love this project. I mean this is just too fun and too easy. For this you'll need to have a bangle bracelet with a little bezes on it, some crystal clay and some chatons. The first step of this project you want to pinch off two equal-sized balls once you put your gloves on the gloves are included within the package from crystal clay when the clay is not mixed together, so this resin colored one is when you're gonna want to have your gloves on, go ahead and mix the clay fully and so there's no longer any marbling you have 90 to 120 minutes to work with the clay before it starts to get hardened and you no longer can embed the crystals in so for a project like this you can really take your time when the clay is fully mixed it'll look like this. Next you wanna pinch of 3 equal sized balls you can test to see, way too big so you can cut that even in half I'm going to want even less clay than that. All though if you took smaller chatons and didn't, actually that looks cool even like that we're gonna want to embed a crystal in there so even smaller than that so the equal sized balls that you are gonna pinch are going to be like a quarter of a size that you saw when you start this that's just about perfect once you have your clay press down into each of the bezels you want to use your beeswax toothpick which is included inside of your box of crystal clay to pick up the crystals, center it and press it in. I want to have a nice amount around the outside, equal distance of the clay, so it's black, an even black move onto the next pressing it firmly down inside of there then you wanna get yourself a bunch more because these bracelets are meant to wear stacked. How fun is that. This is Becky Nunn for Beadaholique.com creating a great project using crystal clay and the bangle bezels. Go to www.beadaholique.com to purchase beading supplies and to get design ideas!