Tuesday, December 17, 2013

DIY: Miniature Pine Tree

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Pine trees in December means a rich ornamented tree with literally bells and whistles on it. Therefore I could not miss out an inspired DIY for this happening: a miniature pine tree!

And it’s pretty simple! All you need is a toothpick and a scissor. Whaaa, scissor and clay?! Yep! I’ve learned this technique from a Japanese craftbook and it really amazed me how easy and fun result it gives.

Curious? Please scroll down and have a go with this DIY!     
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Naaldbomen. Je voelt hem al aankomen in December: kerstbomen natuurlijk! Eentje die rijkelijk en letterlijk gevuld is met toeters en bellen. Ik kon deze natuurlijk niet ontgaan en hiervoor een DIY voor jullie bedacht: miniatuur naaldboompje! Klinkt cute no?

En hij is vrij simpel. Je hebt een tandenstoker en een schaar nodig. Klinkt misschien onlogisch een schaar zetten in je klei, maar deze techniek die ik overigens uit een Japans knutselboekje afgekeken heb, geeft leuke resultaten! 

Nieuwsgierig? Kijk snel hieronder en probeer deze DIY gerust uit!  


 You need:  any desired Fimo/Polymer clay, tootpicks, scissor and an oven.

*Snip snip snip*  Once everything is trimmed, bake in the oven for 30 minutes at 110°C to harden it.



19 comments :

  1. Wow, so simple and it looks so good!
    Love your tutorials, so interesting to watch even tho I don't play with clay anymore LO

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  2. Oh wow, these are adorable!

    I'm planning on some home crafts this weekend, so might have to give this a go.

    Hmm maybe...

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  3. This is such a cute project!! I actually thought they were real from first glance!! Keep up with the great DIY projects!! :D xx

    -Nikkie
    ChicNikkie
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  4. Your DIYs are always so cute !
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  5. So cool and cute!!! Thank you for stopping by!

    Come back soon to visit me on The Notebook of a Fashion Lover

    Evi xoxo

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  6. This is so cute and simple! I really want to get into making little polymer clay things :)

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  7. what little pine trees! they are adorable!!

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  8. That's so cute and easy! I should try doing this, while I'm working on my ceramics projects. (:

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  9. Omg zo schattig! And super easy :D

    x J. from http://iatenoodlesforbreakfast.blogspot.nl

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  10. that is so so awesome. i'm not sure if i can crochet but i definitely want to try the clay one of these days. i think that would make such a cute cake topper!

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  11. Thanks so much for your sweet words, they made my day!
    This is really pretty and cute!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  12. So cute and easy to do! I really love it! :)

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  13. Omg that's genius!!! So simple and cute too!!!

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  14. Ohh they look so perfect! <3

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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