FIMO Kawaii donut key tag
Kawaii comes from the Japanese and means “adorable”, “sweet” or “cute”.
This sweet Kawaii donut key tag in soft candy colours looks good enough to eat. It can also be used as a handbag charm and makes a great present for your best friend.
An article by Rachel
Roll half a portion of FIMO effect Vanilla clay into a ball.
Flatten the ball of FIMO into a donut shape. Shape with your fingers.
Using the end of a paint brush, create a hole in the middle of the donut.
Shade the donut using a brush, with a mustard yellow chalk pastel.
Create a linear indent along the side of the donut using a FIMO modelling tool.
Roll out a thin sheet of FIMO effect Rosé using the FIMO acrylic roller.
Cut out an icing shape using the FIMO shaped cutters (flower).
Place this shape onto the donut base, and indent the hole in the middle using the end of a paintbrush.
Create two eye sockets using the FIMO professional small ball tool.
Roll two black balls of FIMO soft Black and place them in the eye sockets.
Roll a very thin piece of FIMO soft Black and shape this into a U shape, for the mouthpiece. Place it onto the face.
Shade near the eye sockets using a red/pink chalk pastel and brush, to create the blush.
Roll a thin piece of FIMO Apple Green, Tangerine, Lilac, Aqua and Sunflower.
Cut these pieces using the FIMO blades, into sprinkles and place these onto the donut using the FIMO professional small ball tool.
Place an eyepin into the charm to make it a keyring.
Then harden the donut in the oven for 30 minutes at 110° C / 230°F.
What you need
eyepin, jump ring, keyring, sewing pin
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