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easy fun how to, to make a nice floral necklace
This is the how to from my original necklace
the timing is without the time it takes to harden the fimo in the oven- other then that, enjoy! I love mine and i wear it everyday
and this is my first how-to
so suggestions are great
thanks.

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  • How to mold a clay necklace. Flower Necklace: How To - Step 1
    Step 1

    here are all of the things yo will need to create the necklace:
    -epoxy, a strong glue
    -sicssors
    -fimo( a few colors it could work with several different ones)
    -a strong plastic( i used a yogurt container lid although it might be better with an old gift card)
    - and paper to make an outline for the backing

  • How to mold a clay necklace. Flower Necklace: How To - Step 2
    Step 2

    how to make the flowers:
    first make several little balls of fimo and them flatten them out so they look like long pancakes. After that roll one up and start rolling the other ones around it in a way you want and it will start to look like a flower, it might take a couple of tries before you get the one you like!

    remember that you have to put the fimo in the oven to get it to be hard just read the directions on the package as well you will have to flatten the bottom
    i suggest sand papering it to make it easier to glue

  • How to mold a clay necklace. Flower Necklace: How To - Step 3
    Step 3

    Next step is to arrange however many flowers you want on the necklace and where they are going to go, often it can be a little tricky just because you don't want any of the container showing..

  • How to mold a clay necklace. Flower Necklace: How To - Step 4
    Step 4

    now you want to transfer your stencil onto the plastic, as well remember you will want to cut three slits one on either side and one in the middle so you can thread the chain

  • How to mold a clay necklace. Flower Necklace: How To - Step 5
    Step 5

    next you will need to epoxy the plastic stencil ( or put strong glue) follow the directions on the package and then stick your flowers on.
    (when you glue put something through the slits so the the glue does not glue them shut.
    the picture is of how to thread the chain and the slits

  • Step 6

    once its dry put it on and you will have one new necklace
    hope you enjoyed it and the instructions helped
    enjoy!

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Lucy Lou
Lucy Lou · 1 project
i would love a necklace like this* sorry ahaha Happy
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Lucy Lou
Lucy Lou · 1 project
hey fancy a swap? also do you live in the UK?
i am new on this but would love a pair of these earings, any chance you can make me some in return for a Suffolk puff necklace, i haven't got any pictures up yet but i will soon. get back to me on here or email me on lucy_lou32@hotmail.co.uk Happy
thanks Happy
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Makayla P.
Makayla P. · Clarksville, Tennessee, US · 1 project
what is fimo and where can i find it?
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Sarah
Sarah · Erfurt, Thuringia, DE · 110 projects
amazing!
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CalendarGirl
CalendarGirl · 15 projects
love it! so amazing!
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emmilou w.
emmilou w. · Wallasey, England, GB · 12 projects
this is gorgeous!! thanks for the how-to... ^_^
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edie l.
edie l. · 2 projects
100 favorites, thanks everyone so much you don't know what this means
Thank you Thank you Thank you <3 <3 <3
edie
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Frankye B.
Frankye B. · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 7 projects
i'm actully working on something simlar. : D
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Frankye B.
Frankye B. · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 7 projects
i'm actully working on something simlar. : D
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Eien
Eien · Conyers, Georgia, US · 3 projects
Oo very pretty and antique looking.
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