23/06/14

DIY: Realistic Miniature Bread w/ Baking Powder



Pane in miniatura che si prepara quasi come il pane vero: acqua, lievito e.. Fimo al posto della farina!
A "recipe" for realistic miniature bread that almost feels like baking real bread: all you need is water, baking powder and.. well, polymer clay instead of flour!



Il principio di base è lo stesso di questa tecnica, con la differenza che è sufficiente usare solo il Fimo (o altre paste polimeriche) e non il Fimo Liquido.
In questo modo il procedimento è più veloce, decisamente meno costoso (Fimo Liquid e TLS costano parecchio!), e inoltre non è necessario usare stampi in cui versare "l'impasto".
This was adapted from this tecnique; however, this method uses just polymer clay, instead of Liquid polymer clay (which is quite pricey!). Also, you won't need any mold!



E' sufficente lavorare il Fimo con un po' d'acqua e lievito in polvere, dargli la forma che si preferisce e cuocere in forno!
All you have to do is to knead the baking soda into the polymer clay and shape it as you want before baking.

Video Tutorial!

14 commenti:

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    1. Oh, thank you sweetie! If you happen to try this, let me see the results ^_^

      Elimina
  2. I showed this to my mom and she just stared and then I said, it's made of clay and she was like WHAAAATTT???

    Haha, superb <3

    -Nash @onceuponherdream.blogspot.com

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Ahahah this literally made me laugh :D
      Thank you sweetie, this is truly a great compliment! ^_^

      Elimina
  3. Thank you so much! I tried a lot, but this is the best methode ever"! Hugs from Germany Hannelore

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Thank you and you're very welcome! I'm glad this was helpful! ^_^

      Elimina
  4. May I post this on Pinterest?

    RispondiElimina
  5. Hi

    Could this technique be used to make cakes?

    Thank you
    Angela

    RispondiElimina
  6. Will this technique work with air dry clay?

    RispondiElimina
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    1. I never tested this with air dry clay - I'm not sure it would work, however.. baking powder needs some kind of heat to work! Let me know if you try! ^_^

      Elimina