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I bought 2 shades of green and one is 'soft' & the other 'professional' can I mix them or do I need to change one of them?
In case anyone cares after quite a google I found thisWhich says they can be mixed
I'm pretty sure I've mixed them before without problems.
What are you making? I have just bought my first ever load of fimo but still working up the nerve to get started with it!
I've never used them before - I am making a "Heart of Te Fiti" from MoanaTo go in a necklace I haven't made yet either
Oo, we love Moana - great idea!
DD has an outfit & I have flowers & leaves to make a headdressI bought a shell to make a necklace & I have brown embroidery thread and a lovely mumsnetter gave me some pearls - so on the train tomorrow I start crochet& I just found a fab necklace picture
There's a couple of polymer clay groups on facebook and I know that at least one member has created a heart necklace with clay which was absolutely stunning, I think they used alcohol ink and translucent clay as well as a skinner blend.
I didn't understand most of that!I'm using 2 colours and some acrylic paint and glow in the dark paint....maybe?
OK by googling I've found out I need to bake it in a covered dishIt's going to be about egg sized - does anyone have any further suggestions of advice for me?
OK first time using Fimo...does it look a bit like the heart of Te Fiti?
That totally looks like something Maui needs to restore! Well done
Thanks & hopefully a bit of glow in the dark paint will help
Wish me luck - I'm trying to make Wizzie the wizard alarm clock from Boss Baby...I might manage the toadstool beside him I reckon, but the rest could be...interpretive!
I don't know who that is.....interpretive is always good (especially if they are young)Lots of luck!!
Finished the bugger
That is stunning!
Sadly I couldn't find a small enough shell so it's way too big But apart from scale it looks OK I think
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