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Cool down your fridge with some ice lolly magnets.

Posted by Cat Morley from London, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 1146 projects »
  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 1
    Step 1

    Roll some fimo in to an oval shape.

  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 2
    Step 2

    Shape the fimo so that the bottom edge is flat and the top is rounded. You also want to have flat edges around the sides.

  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 3
    Step 3

    Take some lolly pop sticks and cut down to size.

  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 4
    Step 4

    Place the sticks in to the bottom of the fimo lollies.

  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 5
    Step 5

    Add a few drip details and a highlight and then bake in the oven.

  • How to make a clay magnet. Ice Lolly Magnets - Step 6
    Step 6

    When the lollies have cooled, glue a magnet to the back annd stick on your fridge. Mouthwatering!

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KellBell · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
cute! how would you make the drips?
Cassandra · 48 projects
These are so cute! I'm going to make some for when my boyfriend and I have our own house. I've already gathered some things for our kitchen, it's going to be 50s diner-style, and I think these would fit right in Happy
Ciara · 68 projects
playdough crumbles and become horrible when it dries.
i dont think that would work.

great project cat! I'll definitely be tring it.
xxBlack S.
xxBlack S. · Eugene, Oregon, US
Cuute! Ill make some earings out of these! (ill make them blue so its salt icecream from Kingdom hearts!)
rachel. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 9 projects
i love these but i made it into a necklace and my dog ate it....grr Happy
Sarah · Ontario, Ontario, CA · 5 projects
Gorgeousss!! Cat, all your stuff is amazing.

What do you use to sculpt the fimo? Do you use a knife or your fingers?
gorehouse · San Francisco Bay Area, California, US · 5 projects
I just thought that I might add that Fimo is a name brand of polymer clay. There are many name brands of polymer clay, including Sculpey, SuperSculpey, SculpeyIII, Kato, Cernit, Fimo, FimoSoft, and many more. The clays turn to a plastic-like material after curing (baking). The Fimos are the softest, before and after baking. Kato is the strongest after baking, but can be a little stiff to work with raw. The Sculpeys are kind of a middle ground. I have to experience with Cernit, as it is used primarily for doll-making. What I like to do is mix a little Kato into my Sculpey so that it is stronger after baking. Also, since the temps used in baking polymer clay are so low, you can attach it to glass, metal, wood, and tons of other materials before baking. You can even add things like dried basil to transparent (NOT see-through, think frosted glass) to simulate stone!

By the way, Cat, super-cute magnets! I love the drips. You should try a three part translucent clay, one part color clay mix - it'll look even more realistic.
katie · 5 projects
I'll take a photo as soon as my camera charges, and my fridge is like a big mirror so thats probably why it's not magnetic.
Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1432 projects
A badge would look good too, can you take a photo? I didn't realise that there were unmagnetic fridges!
katie · 5 projects
I ended up turning mine into a badge Happy my fridge isen't magnetic
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