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Terrazzo Jewellery made of FIMO

Terrazzo Jewellery made of FIMO
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Terrazzo patterns are absolutely hot right now. Whether fashion, furniture, home textiles or stationery – the pattern that originates from ancient times is everywhere again. The great thing about this design is that you have endless possibilities to play with colour and shape.
Get started and create your own FIMO DIY Terrazzo jewellery.


An article by Karina

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Step-by-step tutorial

Knead half a block of FIMO soft white nice and soft. You can also use any other FIMO soft / effect colour.

Now create a long white string using the clay extruder and the motif disc with the largest round hole. To do this, fill the clay extruder from below to a maximum of two-thirds. Unscrew the motif disc and then turn the crank evenly so that the FIMO strand is pressed out. Cut it straight at the end with a blade.

If you don‘t have one, you can also roll the strands by hand. Now cut the same size pieces. Depending on whether you want to make a necklace pendant or earrings, you should estimate the appropriate size. 5 cm are good for earrings.

Now roll different FIMO soft or FIMO effect colours into a thin sheet with the acrylic roller. Here, half a rib per colour is always sufficient. The FIMO soft colours 35, 26, 70, 16 and FIMO effect colours 207 and 803, for example, create a beautiful combination.

Now travel small pieces of each colour and place them on the white FIMO string. Feel free to overlap a little.

Now place a glass plate horizontally on the Terrazzo strand. Push the glass plate back and forth with gentle pressure so that the strand is rolled back and forth. This way, the small pieces of colour connect well with the white FIMO strand. You can also do this by hand. The advantage of using a glass plate is that you don‘t make fingerprints on the FIMO and that the strand becomes evenly thick.

Using a knife, cut the ends straight and shape the strands for the earrings into a half circle.Place the long strand for the chain in a double S. Slide a chain stitch pin into the FIMO strand here at both ends. This is where the chain is later fastened.

Now place the earrings and the necklace pendant on baking paper and let them harden in the oven at 110 ° C / 230 ° F for 30 minutes.

Let everything cool down well and glue the studs with instant adhesive on the earrings. Attach the bending ring to the chain stitch pins and attach your chain. And that‘s it, your stylish Terrazzo FIMO jewellery is finished!

Material overview

What you need

ProductArticle no.Quantity
FIMO® soft 8020 Oven-bake modelling clay - Single product white 8020-0 1
FIMO® soft 8020 Oven-bake modelling clay - Single product sahara 8020-70 1
FIMO® effect 8020 Stone Oven-bake modelling clay - Single product stone colour granite 8020-803 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
FIMO® 8700 05 Acrylic roller - Blistercard containing an Acrylic roller 8700 05 1
FIMO® 8712 20 Bead piercing needles - Blistercard containing 50 bead piercing pins 8712 20 1
FIMO® 8700 22 Oven thermometer - Blistercard containing 1 Oven thermometer 8700 22 1

Additionally required:

Smooth work surface (glass or ceramic), Baking paper, Glass plate, Jewellery tongs, Pattex Ultra Gel instant adhesive, Bending rings, Chain stitch pin, Stud earrings or earhooks

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