I've been reading a great book about fimo beads by Sophie Arzalier. It set me off for an afternoon of fimo crafting and this is the result.
I was also inspired by a necklace Winnie had. It's sooo easy to make. You could do this for a children's project.
You begin with 3 sausages of fimo, each in a different colour. I choose green, purple and white, to match a skirt.
Then you roll the 3 sausages together in 1 sausage untill the colours blend. This way you create a marbled effect.
Next you cut several pieces of it. Make a few small ones, and then make each next one one just a little bit bigger. Approx. 46 in total. Put a little hole in the top with a toothpick. Bake for 30 minutes at 150°C (or as mentionned on your pack)
Then put them in a row, start with a small one, the one bigger etc. and end with a small one. Make sure you have a good rank of order.
Take a string (I used elastic invisible string) and put a few cm of beads, then start with the fimo. Put a little bead in between each fimo and end again with a few cm of little beads.
Close with a nice clasp. This is a silver one I bought at Zahia.
The necklace is very nice when you put it on, it's a real eyecatcher.