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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!


Leo Terrazzo Earrings
with Lovisa

11th May 2022 // 7 p.m. (GMT)
In this free live workshop you will learn how to create trendy Leo Earrings with FIMO.
Jewellery designer Lovisa will teach you step-by-step how to create beautiful Terrazzo patterns with some sparkling gold effects.
By the end of the workshop you can wear your first handmade leo earrings!




About Lovisa
Jewellery Designer

For as long as she can remember, working and creating things with her hands has been Lovisa’s passion starting by playing the piano and afterwards making her own jewellery. As a kid she was already creative with FIMO and today she is trying to work with it as often as possible. Cutting out freehand small leaves or trees and create intricate patterns are her favourite techniques. Lovisa loves especially the freedom to create whatever you like and the high quality of FIMO. Her biggest source of inspiration is nature and not other polymer artists as comparing herself with others harms her creativity the freedom to do it her way. Her skills improve the most through a lot of practice and not giving up. ‘Be patient’ is her advice and trust in the process of improvement.  

Follow Lovisa on Instagram @lovanju and check out her website.


SHOP WHAT YOU NEED...

YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
• a needle
• a deck of playing cards
• wet wipes
• a baking sheet
• an oven and an oven tray
• a plain working surface e.g. a glass plate or a ceramic tile
• tissue blade
• x-acto knife / scalpel (or knife)
• a rolling pin for clay (alternatively, you can also use a glass bottle)
• 2 small pliers (round or chain nose)
• (clay) cutters in different shapes (alternatively, you can also use other round shaped items like a glue stick cap)
•sanding paper

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