Friday, 24 September 2010

Fimo play

 Hi everyone, Well i had a play with my fimo for the very first time. I had fun and created some tiny roses embellishments and painted them with glitter paint to catch the light. I was fairly pleased with how they turned out as its always hit and miss with a new medium isnt it?

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19 comments:

Karen said...

WOW June.....these are your 1st attempt??? They are beautiful!!! I haven't played with fimo & never thought you could create stuff like these. Oh & hows your Bigshot??? I love mine...its sooo useful & whats great is that you can use any die or folder in it!!! Hope you are feeling better my lovely XXX

Junibears said...

I love your first roses June. Well done. I'm glad you're finding time to have a play!
Hugs
June xx

Jesse Noe Mendez said...

Hi June,

the look of these flowers are simply eye pleasing...

I am back and just checking in with a friend... :)

Jenni said...

Ooh pretty!
Jenni x

Betty said...

You made a wonderful job of these well done, for your first time.
Betty x x

2amscrapper said...

they are quite stunning creations!

Fliss said...

These look gorgeous June. You've done very well with your first attempt as I'd never have guessed you haven't made anything before.
Have a good weekend.
Hugs, Fliss xxx

Cheryl said...

oh june hun these are brilliant gosh first attempt wow hun pure eye candy hugs cheryl xxxxxxxx

Chris said...

Well they look delightful to me June... for a first attempt you did fabulously. Wonder what you are going to use them on... don't forget to share :D
I can't get the hang of fimo.. well the cooking part really but I love airdry clay (the white stuff) you should give it a go, I bet you will become addicted :D
hugs
Chris xx

sam21ski said...

Can't believe this is your first attempt - sure you haven't been practising in your sleep -lol

They look greeeaaaaat!!!!!

STAEDTLER said...

We have just discovered your gorgeous roses made of STAEDTLER FIMO!

This is why we'd love to meet you on our facebook fanpage http://www.facebook.com/STAEDTLER.headquarters - it would be great if you became a fan, too, and showed your artworks on our page.

Hope to meet you soon and best regards from STAEDTLER headquarters in Germany, Yvonne

Deborah said...

Most definitely hit - not miss - I'd say! These are fab, June. A little bit goth. I'd love to see what you add them to.

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh my gosh, June--they're gorgeous!!! I wish I knew how to make roses!!
xox

Cindy Adkins said...

P.S. Your blog header is amazing too!!!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

The roses are beautiful, June. Nice idea to add the shimmer. Look forward to seeing where you will be using them as an embellishment. Very Victorian sitting on the lace.

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi June,
I just popped over to say "hi" and it was so good to hear from you...and I am ever so grateful for that center pic on my tag!!! I looked for hours for the rest of the vintage stuff...all to make a tag...lol Hmmm, shouldn't I be fighting world hunger or something with that kind of time on my hands? Geez!

Sometimes this art is toooo serious...lol

HUGS
Cindy
XO

Lori Saul said...

I love Fimo clay and these are gorgeous. You can make so many things (I love to make beads and jewelry) and they last forever. So fun and great colors too!

Sue said...

What do you mean fairly pleased, these are fantastic, so delicate and perfect x

Max said...

Fabby wee roses ... love the hint og glitter too.

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Max
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