From practical jewellery holders to stylish keyrings， these four clever ways of using fimo are a great way to style your home without costing a fortune Take 2 packets of navy Fimo and roll in hands until soft. To create a marbled look，...
From practical jewellery holders to stylish keyrings， these four clever ways of using fimo are a great way to style your home without costing a fortune
Take 2 packets of navy Fimo and roll in hands until soft. To create a marbled look， add some pale blue Fimo and roll until colours swirl together. Roll out to a 2cm thickness. Use a large cookie cutter to cut out 2 circlespersonalized gifts for kids， then cut each in half with a knife. Make a hole at top and bottom of each half-circle with a skewer. Bake as per instructions for jewellery dish. Cool for 1 hour then thread onto twine or a suede thong and hang.funny outdoor pillows
Roll 2 packets of pale blue Fimo in your hands until soft. With a rolling pin， roll out to a 2-2.5cm thickness. Break off tiny pieces of Fimo from a navy and a white block and randomly place on the pale blue to create a terrazzo look. Roll over top with rolling pin. Place Fimo over a small ovenproof condiment dish to form the shape of your jewellery dish and trim edges. Place on a baking paper-lined tray and bake at 110°C for 30 minutes. Leave to cool.
Roll 2 packets of navy Fimo in your hands until soft. With a rolling pin， roll out to a 1-2cm thickness. Create a terrazzo effect with pale blue and white Fimo， as per instructions for jewellery dish. Cut out coaster shapes using a 10cm cutter. Place on a baking paper-lined tray and bake at 110°C for 30 minutes. Leave to cool for at least 1 hour before use.
Follow same instructions as for the coasters， playing with the Fimo to make a pattern you like， but use a 6cm cookie cutter to cut out discs. Use a skewer to make a hole in each to fit a metal key ring. Bake as above. When cold， attach key rings.
Created by：？Vanessa Nouwens.？Photography by：？Wendy Fenwick.
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