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Chocolate fimo tut by solid-paradox Chocolate fimo tut by solid-paradox
A tutorial on how to make cute chocolate charms!

Fimo clay - DO NOT EAT! ;p

If you use this, please credit and send me a link, I would love to see how/if I help anyone!
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Risa213 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Student General Artist
does the clay actually freeze ir does it "melt" or get warmer over time?
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012
Once you have put it in the freezer it goes hard (freezes) for a while and slowly warms up until its back to the temperature it was before you froze it. Then you cook it to make it hard permanently :)
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cloudylicious Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011
Great Tutorial! Thank you for sharing! :hug:
I think I will make some as a birthday present for my friend. She loves chocolate :D
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011
Awesome :D glad it can help :)
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MyColourPalette Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
very useful, well done! :D
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
thanks :3
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BunSugarbunny Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
they look pretty, i want to eat (a real) one :3
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011
I know XD I look at them and get hungry for some chocolates
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PartyFeline Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2011  Student General Artist
This is amazing! I love it I might have to make some they look so easy ans simple to make thanks a lot! ^_^
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2011
they really are simple! thank you
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PartyFeline Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Student General Artist
Ur welcome!
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JenniferPadilla Featured By Owner May 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One Question: Is it expensive to do this stuff?
I be intrested in doing the same stuff ... but it is only a thought.
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner May 22, 2011
its not that expensive, one pack of clay is about /$2 for a fairly large block, the other bits (findings) vary in price depending on quality and quantity
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Wolfstar56 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Aww, these are so adorable! You're inspiring a lot with your great works, thank-you!
Your tutorials are great and easy to follow, I'm glad. ^^
I have a question for you though. Do you bake your works in the oven? Sorry if this sounds weird, you never wrote anything like this in the tutorial and I'm a complete beginner with polymer clay. ^^;
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011
Oh whoops, yeah you do. It's a polymer clay so it only dries in the oven, instructions are on the packet. Thank you very much!
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Wolfstar56 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Heh, thanks for the answer so soon after my comment. ^^
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011
No problem (I stalk my messages)
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Rooncakes Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
thanks for the tutorial! <3 Can I ask how or where you managed to find cutters that small? Normal cookie cutters are too big to be of any use with tiny charms D:
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
No problem, I found them at a craft store in the fimo section, but you could just shape them with your hands for squares and stuff...
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Rooncakes Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
it just looks so much nicer when you use a cutter, I've been to three craft stores in my area and haven't found a single suitably-sized one x_x I'll have to keep looking =P
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
yeah, they should be in the fimo/sculpey section... look on the internet then you'll defiantly find some
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KikitoSan Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
:drool:
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
lol
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MysticShonu Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
what's an eyepin, and where can you get some?

aaannnddd...how do you attatch chains on them (for keychains, phone charms etc)?

lol, sry for the comment spam bomb
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
dont worry, I'm happy to help ;p
An eye pin is a piece of wire with a hoop at the end, you can buy then at most craft stores and you just open the hoop to attach the chain ect'
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Milesja Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks. I want make one :la:
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
hehe go ahead!
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Milesja Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
:huggle:
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
oh and please show when finished! :aww:
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Milesja Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
If I finished it, Ok :dummy:
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2010
coool! is it on you page yet?
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Milesja Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
not yet. I'll tell you when.
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
ok thanks!
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
thanks!
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pongojam Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2010
:hungry: nice and well done tutorial :)
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solid-paradox Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2010
thankyou :) :hug:
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