How to Sculpt Miniature Christmas Cookies Earrings | Fimo Miniature Food

Stephanie Kilgast, Contemporary artist.

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13 Videos (1h 21m)
    • Introduction

    • Color Mixing

    • Free Sculpting

    • Sculpting with Cutters

    • Making Icing

    • Icing Round Cookies (Warming Up)

    • Mold Making

    • Icing Snowmen Cookies

    • Peppermint Candy Cane

    • Icing Gingerbread Men Cookies

    • A Note On Varnish

    • Making Earrings

    • Final Words


About This Class

This class has been designed specifically for beginners, guiding you through all the steps to create your very own miniature Christmas cookies.
These can easily be transformed into jewelry, but make them a bit bigger and they could decorate your tree or dining table!


Class Summary

I will guide you through different techniques and warming exercices.

- Introduction
- Color Mixing
- Free Handed Sculpting
- Sculpting with Cutters
- Making Icing
- Icing Round Cookies (Warming Up)
- Making Molds
- Icing the Snowmen
- Making Peppermint Candy Cane
- Icing the Gingerbread Men
- A Note on Varnish
- Transforming Into Jewelry
- Final Words

Ressources :

My own icing tutorial on youtube
Different varnishes fit for polymer clay :

Materials :

- Polymer clay (I use fimo and cernit)
- Liquid polymer clay for the icing.
- Dry pastels (I use Sennelier and Schmincke)
- molding material, two parts silicone (optional)
- varnish 
- earrings findings and glue (optional)

Tools :

- Needle tool got mine from a set like this one

- blades I get from a grocery shop (the cheap regular blades for razors) or from specific shops like this one: exacto knife

- sandpaper, I use strength 80 the most and got it at my local brick and mortar shop.

- brushes I get at my local art supply shop, you should be able to find them on ebay too.


Garden Music by Kevin MacLeod


9 of 9 students recommendSee All

Although it is no where near Christmas yet I saw this class and thought I would give it a watch. I really like the simple designs, though I find it very hard to work on such a small scale! I do think these would make very cute jewellery presents for friends and family (or a great edition to a child's doll house). If you made them slightly bigger you could probably decorate your home with them too! Overall a clear and informative class, especially for those into miniature foods.
Elanor Critchley


What an amazing skill. You will love this class.
Linda Smith

I love art.

Another adorable & great class! The only thing I suggest is that maybe you could add a short "Supplies" section at the lesson 2, which goes through all the materials you used with name labels. Still love this class and thanks for your sharing!
Charles Yang

Creative Character Artist & Teacher





Stephanie Kilgast

Contemporary artist.

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Inspired by natural forms, Stéphanie Kilgast’s artwork is an ode to nature. She grows colorful organic sculptures on human-made objects, celebrating the beauty of nature in a dialogue with humanity, questioning the lost balance between human activities and nature.

She built her reputation and her sculpting skills around hyperrealistic miniature food sculptures. Her work ha...

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