Fimo Collections

FIMO is actually a brand name for polymer clay manufactured by a German company. Fimo and other polymer clay products can be worked in a variety of techniques such as sculpting, beading etc.

The fimo in our blog come in the form of canes, with different nice and cute designs such as fruits, flowers etc.  The canes are cut into thin slices for nail art or other crafting purpose.

Here’s a video taken from YouTube to show you how fimo canes are sliced.

The hardness of each fimo cane solely depends on the manufacturer, some can be very hard (which requires more effort in cutting them into very thin slices) while the softer ones will be easier to slice through.

Without further adieu, here are some of our fimo canes before they are being sliced into pieces (whoahaaaa~) and the fimo slice designs will be shown as according to their types in other pages.

May you enjoy your stay here.

Cheers!!

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22 responses

    1. Thank you for this comment. Cheers!! 🙂

  1. Now I have learn t something new. So the day hasn’t been wasted!
    I am sure years ago we used to use Fimo Clay to mould practice bullets. They were baked in the oven to harden them

    1. Bullets? I sure hope now people are using fimo for nicer and harmless activities. Thank you for visiting. Cheers!!

  2. Lovely polymer clay canes. I also make art jewellery using polymer clay but, to be honest I am too lazy to do complex canes like yours.

    1. Ahh…I don’t make those canes…but I wish I could so that I can moderate the quality of those canes. Anyway, cutting them into slices is fun too. Thanks for visiting! Cheers!!

    1. Indeed, how I wish I can eat them up…hehe…thank you for leaving us this comment. Cheers!

  3. This is a great way to get real crafty! I can just imagine how i will use it in making jewelry.

    Have a Blessed day:)

    1. I’ve seen some people making them into jewelries. Why not give it a try? Thank you for visiting and you too, have a blessed day. Cheers!!

  4. Those are really cute! Looks like a lot of work to me.

    1. Thank you very much for the comment. The cutting is a bit tedious but I did enjoy doing it. Cheers!!

  5. I love the butterfly wings! Those are so pretty.

    1. Thanks for visiting and leaving us this lovely comment. Cheers!!

  6. what lovely canes, it is making me wish i did nail art!!

    1. Thank you. Well, it is still not too late to start now, right? Cheers!!

  7. They are so cute! How nice to have a collection of them😃

    1. Do visit us again when our shop launches (should be around early Nov, I hope) and then you will have a collection of your own too..oh…am i being too commercialize in this reply? LOL…anyway, thank you very much for visiting and leaving us this lovely comment…cheers!!! 😀

  8. Fimo! I grew up on that! After school we would go to our local Fimo provider and shop for new colours, which we would later combine to make our own bracelets, pendants and tiny cupcakes. However, we would buy them in small blocks. It’s interesting that yours come in canes.

    1. Our fimo is used for nail art decor, that’s why it comes in canes for slicing purpose…:D

      Thank you for visiting us and sharing with us a memorable childhood memory of yours.

      Have a great day ahead, cheers!! 😀

  9. LaLindaArtStudio | Reply

    I love the butterfly wing canes. Do you make or sell larger raw polymer clay canes for use in art projects?

    1. Awww…those wing designs are one of my favourite ones too…unfortunately, we only sell nail art fimo canes at the moment…Thank you for inquiring…

      Have a great day ahead, always~ Cheers!!! 😀

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