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DIY vase holder in FIMOair granite

DIY vase holder in FIMOair granite
30 min Easy

Are you a total flower and nature lover? Then you, no doubt, love decorating your home with plants of all kinds. Give your favourite flowers a new home with this DIY project. The vase holder made of FIMOair granite is not only useful, but also exudes a harmonious aesthetic with its natural design.

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Step-by-step tutorial

Roll out a block of FIMOair granite with the acrylic roller to create an approx. 6 mm thick sheet on a piece of baking paper.

Tip: To achieve an even thickness, you can place a pencil or a 5 mm-thick strip of cardboard next to the clay being rolled out. The acrylic roller can roll over the pencils to spread out the FIMO clay evenly.

Take one large and one small round cutting form and press out the shape. The small cutting form should be about the size of your test tube.

Tip: First position both cutting forms and make sure that the smaller of the two is in the middle. Then you can carefully cut out both.

Leave your vase holder to dry at room temperature for at least 24 hours, just as it is.

Tip: Leave the test tube in the FIMOair clay while drying, so that it stays securely in the holder later on.

Your vase holder is ready. You can repeat this process with other cutting forms in different shapes and sizes. There are no limits to your creativity!

Material overview

What you need

ProductArticle no.Quantity
FIMO® 8700 05 Acrylic roller - Blistercard containing an Acrylic roller 8700 05 1
FIMO® 8711 Modelling tools - Wallet containing 4 different modelling tools 8711 1
FIMO® 8700 04 Blades - Blistercard with mixed blade set, 3 pieces (1 rigid, 1 flexible and 1 serrated blade), 2 rubber grips 8700 04 1

Additionally required:

Baking paper, 2x thin coloured pencils (hexagonal) as spacers or approx. 5 mm thick cardboard strips, Bowl of water to moisten fingers, 1x large round cutting form , 1x small round cutting form, the size of the test tube, Test tube

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