What you will need
- A beige coloured Fimo (sahara 70)
- A brown or chocolate Fimo
- A craft knife or blade
- A range of neutral coloured soft pastels, in browns and yellow ochre shades
- A small soft paint brush
- A stencil brush or something similar for creating texture.
How to do it
- To make the choc chips firstly roll a piece of the brown fimo into a long very very thin spaghetti shape, then using the craft knife or blade randomly chop the piece into tiny little chunks.
- Roll the beige colour into a rough ball and then randomly add the choc chip chunks and gently roll and mix them through the ball.
- Press the ball down into a cookie shape.
- Create texture on the cookie by pressing the stencil bush or something similar around the edges and onto the top of the cookie.
- Put a couple of the choc chip chunks on top.
- To create the realistic cooked look of the cookie the soft pastels are needed. Grind the pastels onto a piece of paper so you have some dust. This dust can now be applied with a paint brush gently to the edges and bottom of the cookie, blend light colours into darker ones at the edges. This process can take a little practise.
- Bake cookies according to Fimo instructions.