Modelling and moulding

If your inspiration is for modelling and moulding, many think of modelling clay. But there are so many more opportunities than just that. Here you will find ideas for modelling with Silk Clay, sculpting with plaster and casting with concrete.


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  1. Inspiration: v16140 Sculptures from mixed clay
    Make sculptures from self-hardening clay, Silk Clay and Foam Clay. Mix the various types of clay for a unique look, you are only limited by your imagination. Self-hardening clay dries completely within approx. 24 hours. Foam Clay and Silk Clay dry completely within an hour, depending on the size of the piece.
  2. Inspiration: v15662 A hanging door sign made from Fimo modelling clay
    Make a door sign from Fimo modelling clay. Fix the sign for 30 min. in a household oven at 110°C. Tie a piece of decorative ribbon to the sign for hanging on the door.
  3. Inspiration: v15663 Fimo modelling clay monsters
  4. Inspiration: v14349 A Jam Jar Snow Globe with a Fimo Clay Figure, Water and Glitter
    These snow globes are made from a screw-capped jam jar turned upside down. The figures inside are modelled from Fimo Kids and – once fixed in the oven – glued firmly onto the inside of the lid. The jars are filled with demineralised water and loose glitter. The lid is glued on.
  5. Inspiration: v14570 A long-legged Polystyrene Bird covered with Papier-mâché Pulp
    This bird is made from a polystyrene egg and ball which are attached and covered with papier-mâché pulp. When dry, two long legs and feet made from stub wires are pushed into the bird. It is then painted with Plus Color craft paint.
  6. Inspiration: v12742 Halloween Shape Cutters
  7. Inspiration: v12021 A Mousey Christmas

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