Fimo Clay Delights!

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I’ve been super busy this week with work but here are a few things I’ve been making recently. I attempted a rainbow cake, although I used translucent clays and they went darker once baked. I might try this again with better colours. The translucent colours did work really well when I made these two octopus in tins – how cute are they! I love them. I used sand, shells and resin to create a sea effect and made tiny corals and star fish with clay.  I am so pleased with how they came out. I love doing sea themes and am planning a bigger piece to begin soon.

I have also been making some tiny fairies as a request from my sister and giving them some shimmer with perfect pearls. She wants to make a fun jam jar project with some children at a nursery she works at so I will make some fairy houses and toadstools to go with these.

This is a shorter post but I have also been working on my YouTube channel and plan to make some more videos. Will keep everyone updated!

9 comments on “Fimo Clay Delights!

  1. I absolutely adore the octopus tins! My youngest brother is nicknamed octopus so all we siblings and our kids are all obsessed with spotting octopus items when we are out and about. It’s made me a tad obsessed with octopus and squid generally. Anyway, they are superb. I love the liquid quality and the attention to detail. Those fairies are super-cute too.

    PS What’s the link to your YT channel? I will happily give you a follow there.

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  3. Allison says:

    Wow, I LOVE your octopi! They are amazing, and so beautiful!

  4. Allison says:

    P. S. What kind of resin do you use? Or is that a trade secret. 😀

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