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    Hello again!

    Can anyone tell me how I can get my fimo to look like it's covered in sugar (after baking)...?

    Big thanks!
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    Could you roll the fimo in crushed glass granules before baking??

    i can't think of anything you could use afterwards (you could try glue & crushed glass), except actually applying some glue and sticking sugar to it, but then if it's for jewellery it'll be a sticky mess what with body heat etc

    I have seen crushed glass granules for sale somewhere and I can't for the life of me think where it was.

    HTH.

    Claire
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    • #3
      You can get crushed or powdered glass (frit) from http://www.warmglass.co.uk I am not sure how good it would be to use without having fired it in the kiln tho?
      Terry xxx
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