FIMO Vintage style earrings
Create your own individual earrings from FIMO soft in a vintage look.
These earrings made of FIMO look simply magical and the delicate flowers give the earrings a romantic touch. This jewellery is a great, homemade individual piece. Have fun wearing them yourself, giving them as gifts or selling them.
An article by Karina
Roll out 2 portions of FIMO soft windsor blue intto a sheet by using a clay machine or acrylic roller. The sheet should be about 5mm thick.
Important: From now on, work directly on a surface that can go into the oven. Then you don‘t have to lift the earrings again later and you won‘t distort the round shape.
Lay the FIMO sheet flat on a smooth surface, e.g. ceramic tile or baking paper. Cut out two circles with a round cutter. Remove the leftovers and smooth the edges gently with your fingers.
Roll out half a portion of FIMO effect in each of the colours metallic gold, pearl rosé and pale pink to make a sheet out of each colour. Use the clay machine or the acrylic roller. Each sheet should be the same thickness, about 3mm.
Now lay the FIMO sheets flat on a smooth surface, e.g. ceramic tile or baking paper. Using a small cookie cutter (diameter approx. 3mm), cut out many small circles from each sheets. Remove the leftovers.
Using a toothpick, shape each small circle into a petal.
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.
Now mix half a portion of FIMO soft sunflower and a quarter of a portion of FIMO soft windsor blue to create a beautiful dark green. Knead the two colours together by hand until you have a uniform shade of green.
Now form a long thin strand for the flower stems. Roll tiny balls and shape them into leaves. Now decorate the leaves and stems on your flower earrings.
Now roll a long, thin strand from a quarter portion of FIMO effect metallic gold and FIMO soft pale pink.
Lay the two strips together and intertwine them to make a kind of cord. Now wrap the cord around the circle. This creates a nice border.
Now make a hole in the top of each earring. Use either a very small round cutter (diameter approx. 3mm) or a toothpick.
Now harden your earrings in the oven for 30 minutes at 110 ° C / 230 ° F top/bottom heat.
Let everything cool down completely.
Now attach the ear hooks to the earrings with the help of bending rings. Done!
What you need
Smooth work surface (glass or ceramic), Baking paper, 2x ear hooks, 2x small bending rings, Jewellery pliers, Round cookie cutter (diameter approx. 4cm), Round cookie cutter (diameter approx. 3mm), Toothpick or awl
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