FIMO & Other Clays


Over 40 Williamsburg-style holiday decorations and foods designed in miniature are featured in this book.

As Christmas approaches each year, our homes start to hum with excitement as we plan and prepare to celebrate its magic. In the miniature world, this excitement is not diminished by size, but rather increased in a world where magic reigns.

Thanks to the expertise of Florida miniaturist Nancy Ranney, you can now "deck the halls" in splendor and prepare a holiday feast worthy of a gourmet. Especially for the Holidays, Nancy designed "Christmas Confections" for the Nutshell News Plans Service. It consists of more than 40 Williamsburg-style holiday decorations for all through the house, including a completely decorated Christmas tree and gourmet Christmas dinner.

If you enjoy the traditional decorations of an 18th century American Christmas - colorful arrangements centered around fruits, nuts, and natural greenery - you will want to try each of these easy-to-do projects from the mistletoe kissing ball to the apple and magnolia weaths, to the cone of lemons centerpiece. Each project has a list of materials, instructions and diagrams, so you can make everything, or choose only the items most appropriate for your holiday setting.

In "Christmas Confections," Nancy attempts to give a base from which your individual creativity can grow. "Your imagination," Nancy predicts, "will make each item distinctly yours, to be treasured for many Christmas to come."

has just about every confection you could ever want to make.  Easy-to-follow instructions, diagrams, and photos will enable even the beginning miniaturist to create these candies using the popular FIMO modeling compount. 16 pages.

Candy lovers of all ages will enjoy making these delightful miniature candies from Esther Olson's easy-to-follow instructions, diagrams and photographs.

Also Create the "Fimo Finale" as seen only in this booklet.

by B.A. Meyer. This exciting release offers "how to" instructions for creating miniature home-made foods.  Projects are suitable for beginners as well as experienced crafters.  Make the items from bread dough, FIMO, resin and paints.

All cooks from amateur to professional will delight in Barbara Meyer's detailed recipes for prepared miniature foods and drinks. The finished foods and beverages will add flavor and realism to any miniature setting.

Beverages: Cocktail favorites, non-alcoholic drinks.

Home baked breads

Garnishes, Fruits and Vegetables.

Various breakfasts

Picnic Lunches

Cold Cuts

Salads and Shrimp

Cooked Vegetables

Roasted Meats.

95 projects.

The author has compiled information attained from years of use and experience and countless questions asked by customers at various craft shows, seminars and workshops to write this basic yet very informatinve boook on FIMO modeling compound. 

Millie Beacham lives with her husband, John, and cat, Jefferson, in Springdale, Ohio, She has one daughter, Abbie, who is responsible for the drawings of Freddie Fimo, which you see in this book. Millie has been involved in arts & crafts for some sixty years, a lifetime of love of crafts that was instilled in her by her seventh grade teacher. She has tought copper enameling, caligraphy, and is an accredited Priscilla Houser tole teacher. Millie is employed by Dee's Delights, Inc. where she is the FIMO expert and the creative genius behind the doll house and miniature displays.

I hope that the reading of this book will answer your questions about FIMO and that you will embark with confidence on a pleasurable and perhaps profitable life with FIMO. My sincere thanks to Valerie Bernardino for keeping me on the right track and editing my atrocious writing. And special thanks to my husband, John, who always encourages me and tolerates all my "stuff."

Syndie Wagner has been making miniatures for over 20 years.  Now you can delight in her assisting you in creating over 40 fabulous foods with FIMO.

We sell FIMO modeling compound and other items you will need to complete projects from this book.

Discover the wealth of creative possibilities that versatile and colorful polymer clay has to offer. Here are all the techniques you need to create oven-clay projects: buttons, beads, jewelry, figurines, boxes, mosaics, and frames. The book begins with some basic techniques to get you started, including rolling, baking, and gluing. It then moves on to marbling effects, simulating textiles, making frames, building miniature pots, and creating faux stones.

Over 40 Williamsburg-style holiday decorations and foods designed in miniature are featured in this book.

As Christmas approaches each year, our homes start to hum with excitement as we plan and prepare to celebrate its magic. In the miniature world, this excitement is not diminished by size, but rather increased in a world where magic reigns.

Thanks to the expertise of Florida miniaturist Nancy Ranney, you can now "deck the halls" in splendor and prepare a holiday feast worthy of a gourmet. Especially for the Holidays, Nancy designed "Christmas Confections" for the Nutshell News Plans Service. It consists of more than 40 Williamsburg-style holiday decorations for all through the house, including a completely decorated Christmas tree and gourmet Christmas dinner.

If you enjoy the traditional decorations of an 18th century American Christmas - colorful arrangements centered around fruits, nuts, and natural greenery - you will want to try each of these easy-to-do projects from the mistletoe kissing ball to the apple and magnolia weaths, to the cone of lemons centerpiece. Each project has a list of materials, instructions and diagrams, so you can make everything, or choose only the items most appropriate for your holiday setting.

In "Christmas Confections," Nancy attempts to give a base from which your individual creativity can grow. "Your imagination," Nancy predicts, "will make each item distinctly yours, to be treasured for many Christmas to come."

     

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