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Transfer your creative ideas into your very own self-made statement jewellery!
In the free live workshops powered by FIMO you will learn how to create your first collection of polymer clay earrings using a series of decorative techniques.
Top FIMO artist and jewellery designers from all over the world will teach you how to design jewellery that expresses your individual style.
Discover and learn the entire process of making your own polymer jewellery from start to finish!

Colourful Hoop Earrings
with Emma
27th April 2022 // 7 p.m. (GMT)

In this free live workshop powered by FIMO you will learn how to create colourful Hoop Earrings with FIMO.
Jewellery designer Emma will explain the basics of working with polymer clay and takes you into the fascinating world of colour mixing.
By the end of the workshop you will hold your very first self-made Hoop Earrings in your hand!

About Emma

Jewellery Designer

Coming from a fashion design background, Emma loves being creative and having endless possibilities with FIMO. She designed her first jewellery collection with FIMO around two years ago and improved her skills through a lot of practice, videos and research. Her favourite techniques are creating Terrazzo looks with already baked clay or experimenting with adding black sand to create a granite effect. She’s getting inspired not only from Pinterest but also from combining ideas of other forms of art such as sculpture, painting, and architecture with FIMO. To share her love for clay and create a community she started ‘Polymer Clay Loves’. Her absolute must-have recommendation for all the FIMO creators is an oven thermometer to ensure you’re baking at the correct temperature.    

Follow Emma on Instagram @polymerclayloves and check out her website.


Additional items:
•    small round cutters with diameter of 1cm and 3cm (alternatively, you can also use other round shape items like a glue stick cap)
•    a square or circle cutter (for colour recipes)

Items you'll probably have at home:
•    a plain working surface e.g. a glass plate or a ceramic tile
•    a tissue blade, x-acto knife or scalpel
•    a toothpick or a small needle
•    an oven and an oven tray
•    a baking sheet
•    a pencil
•    scissors
•    some corn starch
•    a piece of low grit sanding paper (to create textures)
•    2 pieces of card
•    a square or circle cutter (for colour recipes)
•    a glass bottle (if you don't have a rolling pin for clay)
•    2 small pliers (round or chain nose)
•    2 small ceramic tiles (to keep the clay flat in the oven and avoid bubbles)