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« on: October 16, 2012 06:41:31 AM »

Long time no post, so, Hai der Cheesy
I made a little gummy bear out of air-drying fimo and created a little mould to cast a few for my charm bracelet.
The original was a little..uhrm wonky, so these all have a bit of "character"
Think to be a bit more accurate i'll be casting a real gummy bear in the future.
Also, got my new Translucent and glitter clays in the post, excited!. Will be remaking this once they arrive.

More of my makes can be found dotted across craftster and facebook if anyone wishes to snoop at my older works.

Any suggestions of what to make next are welcome, get some interesting ideas from you lot Smiley


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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2012 08:59:34 AM »

Oh that is SO cute!!!  It will look awesome with the translucent stuff, too! 


I'm so crafty, I make babies!  Baby Bean 2.0 born 6/1/16
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2012 09:16:54 AM »

Gummy candies are my weakness!  This is fantastic.  I don't think they look wonky.  I'm interested in the mold though.  I'll have to look into how to make molds for clay.

Adorable, and I love the rainbow colors.

« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2012 11:40:31 AM »

Can't wait to get my hands on the translucent, Mr Postman better hurry up!.
There are probably lots of things that could be used, but for the molds i use silicone putty, it's nice and flexible, pretty strong (Although i've managed to tear a few), and pick up lots of lovely detail

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