This is a glass bottle covered with green-coloured FIMO millefiori slices. Partly transparent, so when backlit with a little desk lamp, it looks marvelous.
This bowl was made by sticking tiny slices of FIMO millefiori canes on a metal bowl. It was baked and then removed from the bowl, giving it a nice, shiny inner surface.
This is a polymer clay (FIMO) mat, to be put under your glass to protect the table. Additionally, when backlit with a lamp, it makes nice visual effect, as it is made of semi-transparent FIMO.
It is made using the millefiori technique, which is a descendant of the glass millefiori, used for many centuries with glass (most fameous – Venetian glass).
Big, round glass bowl covered with pink and blue millefiori canes slices.
Most probably will be used as part of a lamp.
An IKEA bowl covered with earthtone millefiori canes.
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Various green-colored FIMO millefiori canes, mostly transparent, combined over a glass bowl (BLENDA by IKEA). Backlit with a desk lamp.
An IKEA candle holder, covered with FIMO. The polymer clay here is used in millefiori form (specifically, a Skinner blend jelly roll, where the blend was done between translucent blue and translucent yellow FIMO).
pasta machine, glass rolling pin, clay blades, sandpaper.
The whole thing is here lit with an IKEA KVART lamp.
Here in normal light:
Edit: another photo added
Blue background and flowers of polymer clay millefiori, covering a glass jar.
Blue-ish bowl of polymer clay, made basing on a rainbow caleidoscope cane. Made by baking the whole on a glass bowl, removed when cooled.
Transparent white FIMO and black FIMO; in flower millefiori canes. Plus a recycled preserves jar. Together they make a pretty pencil jar or a lantern, if a tealight is used.