Thursday, October 13, 2011

GIVE AWAY CLOSED!!!!!!

It's give away time!
I figured since it was the first ever Make it with me give away I should really make it BIG!
I have included a load of very cool new Fimo products and some old standbys that you maybe haven't had a chance to play with yet. A huge thank you goes to Staedtler for their never ending support. I have also included the not yet released Make it with me Skelly Bracelet Kit in black and blue.

Here is a close up look at what's included


Here is the much asked about Fimo air for microwave.
This is the clay I did the bat wing headband tutorial with.
I also used it for the horn and antler tutorials.
There is enough clay here to make all three projects and then some.


I have included a 100g block of Fimo air, air dry clay.


and a 100g block of Fimo air natural, air dry clay.




Here is the Fimo liquid I used to make the flat backed eyes tutorial for use in ball jointed dolls like the Pin up Ghoul seen on the cover of PolymerCafe this fall.


A 56g block of Fimo Soft colour # 0 white


A 56g block of Fimo Effect colour # 014 translucent


This is the very first Make it with me Kit. It has everything you need inside it including instructions with pictures and diagrams to make one skully bracelet in blue and black.


This kit has a blue cameo and blue floss instead of the pink the tutorial shows.

Well, that's all that's in the give away.
Hope it is all you were hoping for.

To qualify for a chance to win all of these great products you will need to do two things......


#1. Join this site. Click the join this site button on the right and up a bit and follow the directions you find there.


#2. Tell me what your favorite Fimo product is and why in the comments below. If you have never tried a Fimo product, no problem..... just tell me how you plan on using the give away products if you should be the lucky winner!


Only one chance per reader. I'm moderating the comments so I will only publish the first comment if multiples show up from the same reader.

The give away will be drawn on Sunday October 23. There will be no further blog posts here until then.

But ooooooooooooh do I have news!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED!


8 comments:

AmyC ~ said...

CLAY! Happy Happy Joy Joy

My favorite thing - CLAY, cause I can make ANYTHING my lil mind thinks of!

StarvnRtist@aol.com

Pat Haight said...

I am totally SO already joined☺
Love your blog!
And my fav FIMO is the liquid FIMO, it is so much more clear than the TLS. The microwave and air dry FIMO looks like it would be awesome to try. I haven't seen them here, but it always seems to take forever for things to be available in Alaska. I like to buy local, but I end up ordering alot online due to availability.

judi said...

Love working with this product and could use more. Great site...

Fraulein To You!!! said...

So far I've only worked with the Fimo soft clay. I've been wanting to make some Jack Skellington charms for Halloween :)

Kellie Mowat said...

Love hearing the project ideas! Can't wait to hear more.

Unfortunately I'm going to have to disqualify my Mommy (Judi) because I love her more than anybody and would have to let her win. Happy Birthday Mom!!! I love you very much! Thanks for putting up with all my messy crafting and building.

:D

Aimee Jeffries said...

Of course I already joined ;) What a wonderful giveaway! My fav is Fimo Decorating gel, not only wonderful for doll eyes but great for making a resin effect on clay pendants and beads. The possibilities are endless :)

wencrafting said...

Oh... Your giveaway is so cool. I had been playing with Fimo Polymer Clay, made little cakes and chocolates out of it and attached magnets behind them and they became yummilicious fridge magnets. Have wanted to move on down the scale to make miniature food for miniature houses... That will need a lot of learning and practicing. I chanced upon Fimo Air Light just a week ago. I tried it out twice and the second time made me love it. It is easy to handle and best of all, there is no baking and heating involved.

Princess Monkee said...

I've come across you blog while scouring the net for nail cane tutorials. I'd love to try making them myself, they look amazing! I'm really into nail art and your pumpkin canes look awesome :) I've never used Fimo before, but if I were to win I would definitely be trying all sorts of nail canes (then decorating mine and my mum-in-laws nail, maybe my husbands too! :P lol Good luck everyone!! x x