Monday, December 5, 2011

Tried some kits

by Linda , of  Milton miniatures . Of course, me being a non-Fimo person, it was a bit hard for me to do the breads, but Linda's mixes were really good, as are the instructions. I always loathe conditioning the clay, as, for some reason, my hands are always cold when I even think of doing Fimo.

I also filled a fishbowl, with some greenery, a fishie and scenic water ( now that is something quick and fun to do !). It will move to the cat-lady's house, where about 80 cats will be awaiting its arrival

And- here I blooped BIG TIME- I also made some jellies from molds. Nearly destructed the mould ( it is still functional, though), did not fill up well when pouring mould no 1. That was outdone later,however, when I decided to use the rest for a bicolor jelly. Being creative, it is called :-)
Those in the background will either be heavily decorated or remain in the background for the rest of their natural lives.


  1. I like your Fimo creations. The idea of not having to knead the clay fascinates me.

  2. Me encanta como te ha quedado el pan y la gelatina y las peceras son geniales.
    besitos ascension

  3. Your bread looks wonderful. I love the fish bowl. The jelly is great.
    Hugs Maria

  4. Die Gelee-Puddings sehen toll aus. So als Nachtisch.... lecker.

    Liebe Grüße

    PuNo / Monika