FIMO Kawaii ice pendant
Kawaii comes from the Japanese and means “adorable”, “sweet” or “cute”.
These sweet Kawaii ice pendants get you in the mood for summer. In soft candy colours, they look good enough to eat and make awesome earrings or necklaces.
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Roll a ball of FIMO effect mint (use a 1/2 portion) and shape it into a ice cream shape.
With the sewing needle, create two linear indents, for the ice cream details.
Using the FIMO cutters, cut out a bite shape on the ice cream.
Roll a small ball of FIMO soft white and flatten it to form an oval shape. Place this where the bite is and flatten it into the ice cream with a FIMO professional small ball tool.
Place an eyepin into the ice cream pendant. Flatten a small oval shape, using FIMO effect vanilla. Cut it in half and texture it with lines, using the FIMO blades.
This will make the wooden ice cream stick.
Cut a slit in the bottom of the ice cream using a FIMO blade.
Place the wooden ice cream stick you have made, inside of the slit.
Indent eye sockets using the FIMO professional small ball tool.
Roll two small balls of FIMO soft black and place these into the eye sockets to make eyes.
Roll a very thin piece of FIMO soft black clay, and shape this into a U shape, to make a mouthpiece. Place this mouth piece onto the face.
Repeat these steps to make another two ice creams in your favorite colours.
Decorate as desired or leave it plain! Such as mint, blueberries and strawberries.
Then harden all the pieces in the oven for 30 minutes at 110° C / 230°F.
When they all have cooled, glaze each ice cream with FIMO gloss varnish. Attach the earrings and necklace.
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What you need
pliers, earring attachments, 2 jump rings, 1 lobster clasp, 3 eyepins, necklace chain
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