Roll skinny sausage shapes from Fimo clay in different colours and sizes. Twist all the sausage shapes into one big roll and fold in half. Roll out and fold again to marble the colours. Shape a ball and roll it out into a flat disc 2 mm thick.
Use drinking glasses, bowls, dishes and the like to punch out jewellery pieces for a large pendant necklace and earrings.
Make a hang-hole in the jewellery pieces using a toothpick, drinking straw, craft knife or other tool.
Bake all the pieces in the oven at 110 °C for 10 to 30 minutes. If needed, you can smooth the edges of the clay with sandpaper once cooled.
Tie or glue ribbon to either side of the necklace. Place a jump ring on the pendant and attach a length of chain; mount it to a stud earring using a pin decorated with a small bead.
Making beautiful jewellery is easy as anything with Fimo clay! We made colourful marbled patterns by rolling, folding and twisting polymer clay in different colours. For added bling, you can also decorate the edges with imitation silver leaf foil. Tip: Place plastic sheeting underneath and on top of the clay when you are rolling it flat to make it easier to lift and to keep the surface nice and smooth. Fimo clay retains its shape while it cures, meaning that details and patterns don't 'melt' into each other. The curing (hardening) is done by baking it in the oven (must not be microwaved). Take care not to bake it hotter or longer than required. Protect your work top while you are modelling the clay, and wash your hands afterwards.