Green flower vase (FIMO on glass)

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.

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Flower bowl (FIMO)

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.


Under-the-glass mat (FIMO millefiori)

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).


Pink polymer clay (FIMO) covered glass bowl

Big, round glass bowl covered with pink and blue millefiori canes slices.
Most probably will be used as part of a lamp.


Polymer clay (FIMO) covered glass bowl

An IKEA bowl covered with earthtone millefiori canes.

Edit: Added another photo.


Green FIMO bowl (on glass)

Various green-colored FIMO millefiori canes, mostly transparent, combined over a glass bowl (BLENDA by IKEA). Backlit with a desk lamp.

Green bowl


FIMO candle holder (backlit)

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).
Tools used:
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 pencil jar

Blue background and flowers of polymer clay millefiori, covering a glass jar.


Blue rainbow bowl

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.


Black and white pencil jar (FIMO)

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.