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Hopping Mad for Fimo | Competition

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED

We’re running a competition to win a £25 Beads Direct gift voucher for the Easter holidays!

Simply guess how many beads are in Beata’s Easter bunny jar and closest answer wins! Drop a comment in the box below with your guess. Entries must be in before the competition closes at midnight Wednesday 30th March 2016*. 

Fill in the form at the bottom of this post to submit your answer.

Happpy Easter!

Beata, who helps keep things organised in the warehouse has been busy playing with Fimo clay and shares with us her Easter bunny tutorial. Simply fill the jar with your yummy chocolate and sweets for the perfect gift! If you’ve new to working with Fimo this is a fab project to get you using a variety of techniques to sculpt and decorate your clay. See the full step by step tutorial below to learn how to make it!

By the way, if you LOVE Fimo, or are looking to keep the children entertained over the Easter holidays we have three NEW Fimo kits! You can make all kinds of shapes with the children’s jewellery kits like flowers, hearts, mini mushrooms and make your own beads! There’s also a cute robot Fimo kit at £7.99 ideal for geeky kids that love to build and play with imagination. Take a look at the full collection of kits HERE.

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Easter Bunny Tutorial

Materials:
White Fimo PC1
Sunflower Fimo PC3
Peppermint Fimo PC14
Tropical Green Fimo PC16
Caramel Fimo PC21
Metallic Silver Fimo PC34
Ruby Quartz Fimo PC62
Fimo Modelling Tools PC1013
Jar
Baking paper

Start by warming the Fimo in your hand.

Begin with green color. Make a ball, roll it out and press the lid firmly onto it. Make sure clay adheres to the entire surface of the lid and use the plastic knife to cut the excess of clay. Grass base is ready!

Make a brown ball then gently flatten and shape into a circle. Put it in the middle of the lid and press down gently. This is the rabbit hole.2

Use pieces of green Fimo to create grass leaves and decorate the rabbit hole. You can use a knife with a serrated end and a toothpick.44b

Prepare 5 balls with silver Fimo (1 large, 2 medium and 2 small). From medium-sized balls do paws and attach it to the edge of the hole. With small beads make cylinder and flatten them, then stick white Fimo in the middle (rabbits ear). Put the biggest ball on paws. Then attach the ears.5

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Make 2 small hollows in the middle of the rabbit face and fill them with 2 white balls. Do not forget the pupils, nose and mouth. You can now do the eyebrows.8

From yellow Fimo do two eggs and decorate them with pink and blue dots. Place the eggs on the back of a rabbit. Now you can bake your rabbit at 130 degrees (30 minutes).

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ENTER TO WIN!

Competition Terms & Conditions
Only one entry per person. All guesses entries must leave a comment below by midnight Wednesday 30th March. The closest answer wins a £25 Beads Direct Gift voucher to use any time. Winner will be contacted on Thursday 31st March!

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