Fimo Clay Gallery

I have been creating with Fimo for about 11 -12 years and over the years have had a lot of commissions for Clay Wedding Cake Toppers. I enjoy creating these and adding in the final detail that makes the topper personal to the couple involved. If you would like to commission a wedding or special occasion topper just drop me a line and I can supply all the details.

A topper created for John and Denise, both keen bikers. The Bride is wearing her pearl biker boots and the cat is riding pillion.

Created for some mad keen Newcastle fans we even have black and white roses.

How about a topper just for the cyclists. This was created for Josh and Chris for their wedding.

For two people who enjoy fishing.

Adam and Dannii who were married in July 2012.
Charlotte and Simon sitting on the top of their cake.

This topper was created for Peter and Hazel and the brief was very specific. Peter proposed after he had run a marathon, that's why the number is on the back of his suit. Hazel is a keen cyclist and they wanted the feeling of movement in the topper. Their car also needed to be in the basket at the front of the bike.

Created for Alan and Helen for their wedding in January 2012
For James and Kate

Alan, Karen and Brett May 2013

For Ian and Lisa and their pet Parrot.

Andrew, Rachael and Pasa, the Coates Family

For my daughter Rebecca and her Wii addict husband Ian.

Special Occasion Toppers for Christenings, Birthdays, Retirements and Anniversaries

A special occasion topper for a Christening or Birthday, the child's name can be spelt with the blocks.

Sid the Delivery Stork was created for my great nephew Ryan's Christening.

A Birthday Polar Bear.
A 40th Birthday Bear.

A kaleidoscope of Butterflies.

Birthday Golfer.

Jill the hairdresser.
A special journaling bear.

A present for Lucy on her third birthday.
Vicky and Harvey.

Red Indian.

A nice homely Witch.

 A drunken Monk with his wine bottle.

 Customer Services, created when I worked as a Team Leader in a small Call Centre.

Created for a Painter and Decorator friend.

John the Fireman.

 A Wizard.

A Rambler with his lunch and flask.

Shiver me Timbers wouldn't want to run into this Pirate!

A Court Jester.

My very first Fimo Clay models, I am still very proud of these.

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