FIMO Polymer Clay Keyring
by Mona Fe on Sep 21, 2022
The FIMO Keyring - The simple idea that makes an ordinary kids keyring EXTRAORDINARY
We love clever craft ideas, especially when they’re easy-peasy while creating something truly special.
Polymer clay FIMO has been one of our favourite craft materials for a while because it’s so versatile, kid-friendly and stands the test of time.
This easy FIMO keyring idea for kids is a great option for a lazy Sunday at home or when you need to entertain a group of kids at a playdate or birthday party (and you’re keen to entertain without screens).
What makes this craft activity so impactful is that you can turn any simple keyring into the most adorable statement piece for school bags or even birthday goodies for the besties.
Simply blend your favourite FIMO colours and roll them out before cutting a disc and stamping them with your favourite Australiana character from the We Might Be Tiny Stampies set. Now add them to your keyring and you’ve made your own masterpiece!
Every Stampies set comes with everything you need for this activity: A stainless steel cookie cutter, 1 wooden stamper and easily interchangeable silicone animal stamps that can make your keyring addition as colourful as your favourite Aussie animal.
With a broad range of popular Aussie animal shapes to choose from, the hard part is to pick THE ONE
What we used
- FIMO Kids (Modelling Clay)
- key chain
How much we spent
- FIMO Kids (Modelling Clay) $4 per colour
- Keychain $3-5
Preheat oven to 110 C and line a baking tray with parchment paper.
Choose three or four different colours of FIMO. Use like playdough, rolling out to just over 5 mm thick, blending the colours together.
Stamp with your favourite Stampie and cut out with the cookie cutter. Pierce a hole in the top of the disc with a skewer.
Place on baking tray and bake for 30 minutes. Allow to cool before attaching to the keychain.
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