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I know it's hard, but don't eat it!
LISTEN UP! My first time working with FIMO, it was fun, but REAAAALLLLY tricky, I used FIMO soft and FIMO effect and they were really stiff, I stopped taking pictures near the end because it was really hard for me :')

My first HOW TO, i made it mega detailed i hope you like it (:

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  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 1
    Step 1

    Step One,
    Gather the things you need for the first couple of stages, In the photo i have two packets of FIMO, one is the color of the cream and one the color of the actual biscuit. I also have my chain (I used a gold chain because I like vintage things so i don't wear silver but you can use silver if you prefer) And finally i have half of a custard cream with out the cream you can use whatever biscuit you want. (:

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 2
    Step 2

    Open one pack of FIMO (I used the lighter one which was for the cream as i'd be using less of this) And wrap the FIMO around the Custard Cream half. Press down on the top softly making sure you don't break the biscuit but also making sure you leave an imprint.

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 3
    Step 3

    Next unravel the FIMO carefully while making sure the imprint doesn't get distorted.

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 4
    Step 4

    Take another lump of the lighter FIMO for the actual cream. Use a craft rolling pin (Or in my case a pencil, i couldn't find a rolling pin haha) Roll it out and reshape it into a flat and irregular oval so it has a random look.

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 5
    Step 5

    Line it up against your half custard cream and see how realistic it looks before continuing to the next step.

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 6
    Step 6

    Bake your fimo mould and cream, I used foil, yeah it worked fine

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 7
    Step 7

    Press your darker shade of FIMO (I brushed it with darker orangey chalk just before baking) into the mold And REALLLLLLLYYYYY carefully peel it out, this took me a couple of tries as it kept ripping. Next you must bake it (SEE STEP ABOVE!)

  • How to sculpt a clay food necklace. Custard Cream Necklace - Step 8
    Step 8

    So now that you have one side of your custard cream, repeat step 7. Now you'll have two sides, Super glue the inside (Cream) to the other two sides so it's like a sandwich. Screw a charm loop in and Hang it on a chain, Hope you liked it :)

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Shaplily
Shaplily · Vitry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, FR · 3 projects
Your cookie just look like a real one. Yummy.
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Skullgirl666
Skullgirl666 · West Molesey, England, GB · 11 projects
Genius!!! Happy
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BlackxRainbowx3
BlackxRainbowx3 · 1 project
What's the darker orangy chalk stuff that you used?!
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Maddy☯
Maddy☯ · 3 projects
glad you all likee it(:
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Asgards_Princess
Asgards_Princess · Leicester, England, GB · 33 projects
I love this! I bought some custard creams today so i'm going to make it at some point! Happy
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Alyssa :)
Alyssa :) · 24 projects
I love this! I made mine with a teddy graham Happy
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Lucy A.
Lucy A. · 4 projects
Ahhh i love this! I saw some similar things for sale in a shop in brighton yesterday, but they wanted £20 for it! Now I know I can make my own! thankyou sooo much!
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Disnerd85
Disnerd85 · Bedford, England, GB · 20 projects
You've inspired me to make one similar!! Loves it ^_^
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Shivi
Shivi · Perth, Western Australia, AU · 14 projects
At the end you said "screw a charm loop in" but how could you screw it in if the clay is hard, you'd have to put it in before baking
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Heidi
Heidi · Fair Oaks, California, US · 2 projects
Very retro I like it a lot.
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