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yummy...
I made this to cheer myself up,and it worked! :D
The small spoon and knife I took off from a keychain I found in a nick-nack store.

Posted by violetta from Temerin, Vojvodina, Serbia • Published See violetta's 207 projects »
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  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 1
    Step 1

    Flatten your brown fimo.I didnt have brown,so I just mixed red and green.It turned out a bit greyish...

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 2
    Step 2

    Now put the pink or in my case red with some white on it.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 3
    Step 3

    Cut the "hat" with your knife.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 4
    Step 4

    Make the bars by pressing the knife in the fimo.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 5
    Step 5

    Make little worms from different colors.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 6
    Step 6

    Slice them to small pieces.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 7
    Step 7

    Spread them on the cupcake and push them a bit,to make them stick on.I made a small strawberry too.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 8
    Step 8

    Make a hole in it for the chain.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 9
    Step 9

    When the water starts to boil,put your cupcake in and cook it for two minutes.

  • How to mold a clay pendant. The Big Cupcake Pendant - Step 10
    Step 10

    When its dry put it on the chain and your done.
    I hope you like it!

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

I've noticed the change of the colour :P but anyway this is a nice tutorial

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bindiibabe
bindiibabe · Dundee, Scotland, GB · 20 projects

Boiling??? Really??? No Way!!! Thats awesome....
I hate waiting ages for it to bake and sometimes it is a bit hit & miss.

Does it harden/ feel any different to when you do it in the oven?

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Lydia H.
Lydia H. · Edmonton, AB, · 20 projects

This is really fun!

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Clumzi
Clumzi

haha boiling cupcapke =] I like it

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Clumzi
Clumzi

haha boiling cupcapke =] I like it

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KT
KT · Illinois, United States · 12 projects

I didn't know you could boil it either, SOOO COOOL!!!

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Gem...he's truley outrageous.
Gem...he's truley outrageous. · the lower circles, hell, United States · 1 project

one way to get rid of that greyish tone in the brown when you're mixing your red and green..is to add a smidge of blue...it's tricky..play with it...but it works.

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mypinkrainbow
mypinkrainbow · North Olmsted, Ohio, US

too cute

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maria s.
maria s. · , crete, Greece · 42 projects

i love the knife and spoon charms...

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violetta
violetta · Temerin, Vojvodina, RS · 208 projects

Im using Cernit,and yes its much easier to boil it,I was always over baking it. :D
Im pretty sure you can boil any kind of clay.The colors fade a bit,but you can see on the pictures that its not noticeable.

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