Tuesday, 13 September 2011
Hello! And may I just say thankyou to the 4 people who have had the brilliance to become my followers, it means a lot to me that at least some people like my humble attempt at a blog.
Before I write anything else, I would like to apologise for the title. I know its a terrible pun (and you'll see why in just a moment), but i really couldn't think of anything else.
The picture pictured bellow is one of something i made over the summer hollidays. I'm not really sure what you would describe it as but I'm very proud of it and wanted you to see it. (It seems strange writing 'you' as if I'm actually talking to someone because from where I'm sitting its like I'm talking to a computer, especially when I read it outloud to see how it sounds. But then its more like I'm talking to myself. I'm not sure which is worse.)
So there you have it. It might seem like a very short post but its really all i have to display as I'm now back at school and have considerebly less time for artistic for creative happenings. I hope to post again soon but until then feel free to leave a comment and have splendiferous fun doing whatever it is you do in those disparing hours you spend without my blog. (Hopefully something illegal because that's allways more fun.)
Tuesday, 6 September 2011
After reading the title of this post you may be wondering what fimo is, I will explain. Fimo is an oven hardening clay which you can make nearly anything out of, (even false teeth but you would have to eat soup for the rest of your life so...). But anyway, this post is basically just pictures of my many fimo creations.
|Mini fimo Starbucks frappaccino earings.|
|another cake ring, not yet attached to its ring, pictured next to a bottle cap to show the size.|
|Yet another type of cake ring.|
|All my cake rings together.|
So there you have it, my fimo creations. There were others but they were presents for people so i have no photographic evidence of their existence.
I end this blog with another thought, while making these, i used my hairdryer to dry the paint. Considering I'm a teenage girl, is that strange?