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A cute, kawaii ring/brooch :)
After seeing an article in 'make jewellery magazine' about accesories from 'Meow box.com' I was totally inspired to create something similar, cute, kawaii food jewellery. I grabbed my fimo clay and started to make a wearable biscuit with cream, which, suprisingly turned out quite well. I also made some miniture versions of this, as earrings, as well as a chocolate bar with cream necklace, also inspired by this fab website. type into google 'meow box' and it is the first link that comes up. And if you follow my tutorial, or take further inspiration from the website, you can too create cute, unique jewellery. good luck!! :D

Posted by Asgards_Princess from Leicester, England, United Kingdom • Published See Asgards_Princess's 33 projects »
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  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 1
    Step 1

    first of all, mix up a ball of biscuit colour. I used 1/2 ecru and 1/2 light brown colours. now flatten it into a circle of about 3mm thickness. :)

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 2
    Step 2

    If there is any lint or fibres on the surface, (VERY annoying!) scrape it away, holding your blade at an angle. :/

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Carefully draw a faint circle onto the surface with a pin, then cut it out. :D

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 4
    Step 4

    cut out tiny triangles, as shown in the picture :0

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 5
    Step 5

    round off the edges carefully with a pin-head or ball-ended stylus. Make tiny pin pricks on the surface in a pattern you like. :o

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 6
    Step 6

    Wash your hands thoroughly, and flatten some white clay in your hands: this will be the cream. Holding both ends, Twirl it into a poof of cream. flatten the bottom of it.

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 7
    Step 7

    Press the cream onto the 'biscuit'

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 8
    Step 8

    make a tiny little strawberry with red and green clay, and press into the cream.

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 9
    Step 9

    This is great for using up left over scraps of clay- make some little sprinkles and add them to the cream :P

  • How to make a statement ring. Biscuit And Cream Strawberry Ring  - Step 10
    Step 10

    I have added little chocolate flakes to mine, which you can see in the main picture.

    Variations:you could make a little wafer to add.
    Create some chocolate sauce with liquid clay

    Now bake in the oven!! when cool, glue on a ring or brooch finding, or add a headpin before baking, so you can make a pendant for a necklace. all done! ^o^

    :D

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Syeyon K.
Syeyon K. · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects

Whipped cream....how did you make the top swirl in the second pic???

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kookiegurl97
kookiegurl97 · , , United States · 5 projects

YUMMY!

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Asgards_Princess
Asgards_Princess · Leicester, England, GB · 33 projects

thanks carly, i'll try that when i make it again. fimo soft is really great i think in the US a clay called 'premo by sculpey' is similar. thanks! :D x

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carlyjcais
carlyjcais · Portland, OR, United States · 61 projects

Cute! No need to cut out little triangles around your cookie tho...just use a toothpick to press in your indentations all the way around...makes them smooth, circular, and uniform. It's what I always do when I make my biscuits and cookies out of clay! Will have to try Fimo soft, though - so far Japanese air-dry resin clays have been my material of choice when it comes to simulating whipped cream; perhaps Fimo will be something comparable here in the US...

Thanks for the tute!
xxoxo
Carly

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Asgards_Princess
Asgards_Princess · Leicester, England, GB · 33 projects

I can't beleive this is featured!! :0

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Spiffy555
Spiffy555 · 37 projects

I want to eat it! <3 JK!! But it really does look good enough to eat!

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Goth Kitty
Goth Kitty · Great Yarmouth, England, GB · 19 projects

Awww...! this is sooooo cute! I want one right now! Its so 'Sweet Lolita'. I love it! :-D :-D

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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North-Holland, Netherlands · 108 projects

awesome and soooooo yummy.LOL
i think you can made the prinkles too from sead beads, ooow ooos cute and adorable, i will make this too.!

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Veggiefiend
Veggiefiend · Orangeville, Utah, US · 8 projects

cute! i made one out of canes i had previously made.

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Victoria D.
Victoria D. · Manchester, NH, NH, United States

That is ADORABLE !!

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