Tenía ganas de probar a hacer dulces con fimo y esta escena ha sido la perfecta excusa para intentarlo.
I wanted to try to make fimo sweets and this scene was the perfect excuse to make an attempt.
It is a trihedral corner wich dimensions are 22 cm high, 15 cm wide and 12 cm deep and is designed as a bookend.
The floor is made with black air drying clay. I engraved little square pavin stones with a mold. After it was dry and glued, I applied beige paint a bit diluted and I cleaned it quickly with a cloth, so that the paint stay between the grooves.
The walls are covered with balsa wood, and all the moldings are also made with this wood. In the next picture you have a detail of how to make a simple moulding sticking three different wood strip widths..
The ornamentation of wood panels is made with relief paint. As you can see, this is an inexpensive, simple and attractive way to decorate.
I painted all the panels red and I sanded lightly, them I applied clear wax to wood and I polished all the surface.I made different patinas with eyeshadows.
In the corner I built a shelf that will serve as shop window. It has a small slate roof, which tutorial is in this post. I made a lamp with a carousel-shaped charms for each shelf.
I also made two chairs and a table soldering galvanized wire. The table board is a wood charm.
To get the bronze appearance I painted first with black and after that with green and white with a very dry brush. You can see in this post how to get some metallic effects with acrylic paints.
Las cajas son una de diseño propio que podéis encontrar en este enlace, y otra del blog de Eloisa cuyos imprimibles son estupendos
And finally, I made all the sweets by following tutorials with patience and intuition. The boxes come from my own printables and the wonderful printables of Eloisa.
¡Gracias y buen verano a todos!
I hope you like my work and you find this post useful.
Thank you and happy holidays!