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04 – Orange 85g (3oz)
There are only few materials which offer as wide a variety for creative expression as FIMO does. For one, working with FIMO is easy to learn – first results are quickly achieved almost in no time.
And you can create almost anything: jewellery or accessories, picture frames or decorations, dolls and figures, flowers and sculptures – everything is possible. The vast range of FIMO colours and the unique texture make it possible to imitate other materials in a remarkably convincing way, for example wood, stone, glass and many others. Incidentally, it teaches you techniques which were originally based on processing entirely different materials.
Tools? You can actually start with hardly any special tools. Beginners in particular can already fabricate the most beautiful creations using only the Starter Kit. And if you later want to create more delicate and more professional pieces, you simply venture to tackle the various tools.
The oven-hardening modelling clay FIMO is a PVC-based compound.
In comparison to “normal” modelling material, FIMO is much stronger – this structure allows the modelling of small and delicate objects, for example.
The FIMO compound is made of plastic powder, plasticisers and additives.
While baking in the oven, the plasticiser makes the plastic powder gel; once cooled off, it forms a solid matter.
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Hi – I’m kitten and I’m crafting through Fibromyalgia, ME/Chronic Fatigue, IBS, COPD, gastroparesis, chronic depression and insomnia. I do my very best to ignore it all – some days I win – some days I don’t.
My crafting keeps me sane. I love designing and creating. It gives value and purpose to my life.
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