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Donut ice-cream spoons with FIMO liquid

Donut ice-cream spoons with FIMO liquid
25 minEasy

Summer, sunshine and ice-cream!
In the soaring summer temperatures we’re all crying out for a way of cooling off. Create cute doughnuts for your ice-cream spoons to ensure you have even more fun eating your ice-cream.And these sweet FIMO doughnuts look good enough to eat.

Step-by-step tutorial

Roll 2 portions of FIMO soft in sahara into a ball with your hands.

Press the ball flat slightly and shape it into a doughnut using your fingers.

Take the FIMO modelling tool (conical point), place it in the middle and turn it around, carefully piercing a hole. Now turn the doughnut over and pierce a hole in the other side, so that you can see all the way through the doughnut.

Cut into one side of the doughnut using a blade, creating a slit.

Now push the long spoon handle into the slit and press the FIMO soft around it firmly. Close the join using the modelling tool and smooth it over.

To create the doughnut icing, cut about a quarter of a portion of FIMO soft in white into small pieces using the blade. Then knead the little pieces with your fingers until soft and place them in a small glass bowl. You can of course choose a different colour of FIMO, depending on what colour you want your icing to be.

Now pour a little FIMO liquid in transparent over the pieces.

Stir the white FIMO and FIMO liquid with the blunt end of the paintbrush.

Keep on adding FIMO liquid and stirring until the mixture is a smooth, creamy consistency.

Take the paintbrush and spread the white FIMO liquid onto the doughnut to create the icing.

Roll whatever other FIMO effect pastel colours you like into small, thin sausages. Cut off little pieces using the blade and sprinkle them over the doughnut like candy.
Then harden the doughnut on the spoon in the oven for 30 minutes at 130° C / 266° F.

Tip: Work in progress and left-over material should be protected against sun and heat and can be stored in a screw-top jar or in cling film to protect it from dust and dirt.

Material overview

What you need

ProductArticle no.Quantity
FIMO® soft 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product white 8020-0 1
FIMO® soft 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product sahara 8020-70 1
FIMO® effect 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product vanilla 8020-105 1
FIMO® effect 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product light pink 8020-205 1
FIMO® effect 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product peach 8020-405 1
FIMO® effect 8020 Oven-hardening modelling clay - Single product mint 8020-505 1
FIMO® liquid 8050 Oven-hardening liquid gel - Blistercard containing 1 bottle of 50 ml incl. detailed leaflet 8050-00 BK 1
FIMO® 8700 14 Blades - Blistercard with blade set, 3 pieces (3 rigid blades), 2 rubber grips 8700 14 1
FIMO® 8711 Modelling tools - Wallet containing 4 different modelling tools 8711 WP4-2 1

Additionally required:

  • smooth working surface (glass or ceramic)
  • long-handled ice-cream spoons
  • small glass bowl (not plastic!)
  • flat, narrow brush

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