Jammin‘ around – A tutorial



So sorry for being gone for so long. I was just missing motivation. It’s still not fully back, but I guess I can’t sit around and wait for it to finally come back. Let’s keep busy!

This mini tutorial is from last month when I made the tiny food trays.

Unfortunately it’s not completed so you have to imagine how it good be finished.

Also, not sponsored by nivea ^^, just didn’t notice it was in frame, and now I am honestly to lazy to cut it out of the picture.

So letssssss staaaaaaart:

You will need:

  • clay in a jam colour
  • translucent clay
  • TLS
  • a ball tool

First mix your jam color with some translucent clay but not to much. This way your glas will look kinda realistic.

I am using translucent red clay, so if you’ve got that use it.

Then proceed to make little balls, flatten them, so you’ll have tiny cylinder shapes.

You can also roll the clay into snakes to what ever wideness (?) you prefer.

(can be easier! my clay was to old and broke trying this)


Then roll translucent clay into a snake of the same width, and attach it to the other color after you have made clean cuts on both sides!



To „fuse“ both colors together roll the clay in your hand, don’t worry if it gets wider and or thinner, you can always push it back into its shape.





After you have decided on a width and height you can begin to make a dent. Using ball-tools will make this ridiculously easy. If you don’t have one you can use the end of a pen or something. Just make sure its plastic, or you might risk taking paint off of that pen.



Now it’s time to make the „jam“.

I mixed translucent red and TLS together.

Then put it inside.(twss)



I also wanted to make tiny spoons. I made those by simply rolling out silver clay, cutting it in small strikes and then using a ball tool to make a spoon like end. I then added more „jam“ to them.


Now.. this is where my pictures end, but here are some pictures to show you where you could use those tiny jam jars.

You can also add tiny labels!



I hope this was in anyway helpful to you!


Lola Who


Tiny Cookie Tray Tutorial


Hello Lovelys!

Today I am going to show you how to create a quite simple miniature food tray, which you could either use in a dollhouse or as a fridge magnet.

You will need:

  • Clay in ‚tan‘, ‚white‘, ’silver‘ (optional), ‚pink‘ and ‚chocolate‘
  • Fimo Liquid or TLS
  • Some tools

Let’s begin!


First you need to warm up and then roll out the silver clay!

This will be our baking tray!




Yes I am using a water bottle to roll the clay out.


Now cut out a rectangle.

Then use the left over clay to cut out thin stripes. Those will be our tray border.





Use another stripe and a ball tool to make a spoon!



Put everything aside and begin to mix a tan and brown color to get a woodlike appearance.




Roll it out and cut another rectangle. You can make it bigger than the other one if you want to.



When you’re ready put it aside. Now we can start to make the bowl.

I have made myself a bowl mold. If you don’t know how to make a bowl here’s a Bowl Tutorial that I find helpful. If you wan’t to know how I made the mold, let me know in the comments.


Basically, what I do here is: I fill the mold with clay, cut off the excess and then use a ball tool to make a dent. Then I cut off excess clay again.



Put it to the side!

Now we have to make the cookies!

Take your tan colored clay and roll it out!


I use a tiny heart stencil to cut out hearts, but you can also do it free hand.



After you’ve cut out the hearts, it is time to make the glaze that goes on the cookies!

Mix pink clay (or whatever color you prefer) and Liquid Fimo or TLS!


I used a flat tool to mix as I find it a lot easier this way!


Now you can start putting the cookies onto the tray!




I don’t think you can see it really well on the pictures, but I put some glaze on each cookie!




As you can see I left 3 cookies outside of which 2 have been glazed and one is still naked.

Pick up the tray and put it onto the other rectangle. Don’t forget to add some TLS as it workes as a glue between the two layers!



Now it’s time to put the other cookies onto the tray. Use Liquid or TLS again to ‚glue‘ it together.

As you can see I also added some glaze/frosting to the bowl and to the spoon.

Leave the bowl in the mold until after baking.

If you didn’t use a mold it is a good idea to glue the bowl onto the clay without frosting and then bake it for a few minutes. Let is cool down and add the frosting. This way you won’t ruin your bowls form. Then bake it for the missing time.


After baking you can start to clean it!




Use a small knife to go around the bowls edges if they’re wobbly in any way.


Then use super glue to glue it onto the tray!


Let it dry! Then turn it around to glue magnets on the back if you want to.


And this is the finished product!



I hope you try out this tutorial or at least found it interesting!


Lola Who

..On tiny cake trays..

Lola looks back...

This week I finally got around to use my magnets for the purpose I bought them for.

I made tiny cake or food trays that you can put on your fridge!

Here are some picture:






This is the only cake tray you will see for now, I have made a tutorial for another one that I will upload on Thursday!



Making these was a lot of fun!

And I’ll be selling these! Make sure to follow my shop on etsy to see when I put them up for sell!


Lola Who

Tiny Macaron Nation


Today I am going to show you how to create teeny tiny macarons.
It is rather easy. Well at least easier than you’d think.

You will need any kind of clay you prefer. I recommend soft clay (fimo).
Choose the colours you like aaaaaaaand…..


Start by making tiny balls. The size depends on what you believe you can do. If you’re insecure start with bigger ones. Just make sure the balls are kind of even ;).


Then you’ve to flatten them out. Again that depends on your liking. I prefer flat ones 😀


I have already started ^-^

A tip : use something to put them on, so you can maneuver around , and your head is not glued to the table. Better for your back/neck. And eyes, if your lighting sucks.



On to the next step. Take a needle and pick into the bottom. Make little holes, like the air-holes that appear on real macarons.



This is what it will look like. Don’t worry if they’re not perfect. First of all , the real ones are also one of a kind, and secondly, most people won’t be able to see them that well anyways 😛 .


Next you’ll take your filling colour, mine will be chocolate so fimo-chocolate is my choice.


Again, start by making small balls and flatten them out. Try to make the size fit your macaron. This is a bit difficult, you have to try a lot more, since the ball for the filling is so much smaller.


If you want to check the size, you can pick it up with a knife, or similar thing.



(Excuse the lighting, it was was very cloudy day when I shot this)

Next you can put down the filling, and pick up the macaron half.


Put it on you finger !



Now, there seem to be some lost pictures, but basically, pick up the filling again and place it on to the macaron-half. Then carefully pick up another half and place that on the other half.

There might be no pictures of this, as it can be quite ’small work‘. I didn’t have a free hand to take pictures.

But this is how the end result should look !


The little cylinders in the back are for my next project. You can already find some pictures on my instagram, a link is in the down-bar ! ( click on the little triangle on the bottom of the page)

But the tutorial for this will be up next week !

So if you want to join me with the tutorial next week you can start by recreating these little macarons !

Have fun !


Lola Who

…on a sunny week in April…

Lola looks back...

..in which she did all things in a new way.

This week I created quite a few things, and I made an effort to properly take care of all my social media accounts that are associated with Lola Who/ LolaWhoCharms.

My journey to success and great content will be a long one, but I am working on new ideas !

So far I’ve decided to post on this blog three times a week, under the categories : Lola thinks..; Tutorials and Lola looks back..

In the first one I will talk about my thought on techniques, products or new news in the polymer clay community.

In the second one I will show a simple tutorial.

And in the last one ( which is this one right now) I a, going to look back on something.

If you have ideas or tips for any of these topics please let me know ! I would love to hear your thoughts !

But for today we will look back on my past week:

I went home this weekend and created some new Tea-Bag-Buddies for the shop in Berlin  where you can find some of my creations! If you ever have the chance to stay in Berlin please check it out !


Those are my friends of the week, I made a few more, but I didn’t have time to take pictures on till now.

Also in this week I started doing more decoden again !

I actually started last week, but this week was big for me !


I made four boxes that will appear on my etsy by next week !

So stay tuned if you are interested ! This orange beauty is already available !

Next on I made some phone accessories which where waiting so long to be finally finished !

I hope you like these ! I enjoy them a lot !


The colors are all lilac, but if you are interested in other ones please contact me ! You can finde these one here !

Before that I finished those accessories that can also be put on your phone !


I made quite a few ! You can finde more here !


Here is another friendly face of a TBB ! I think I will also put them on etsy, to see how they will do !

I also finally got around to use this book mark which I had saved for soo long !

I like how it turned out. 


I chose the colours to match the bronze look. You can find it here if you’re interested !

I hope you enjoyed this look back on my week, and stay tuned for my upcoming projects !

∼Lola Who

That’s tutorially Bananas


G’day fellow crafters !

Today I will show you how to make super cute Banana-Splits!


If you don’t have the parts to do this, you can either buy those online, or you can make them yourself with clay.

I might do a tutorial on making everything from scratch in the future.

You will need :


Tiny Pipe and plastic bag


Some sort of cream. I use this, as it is really good.


Some sort of plate, either buy one or make it.


Bananas and ice-cream.


I understand that this might be diffcult to make if you’re a beginner so here is youtube-tutorial so you can see how to make the Ice-cream scoop. The banana on the other hand is quite simple, just try to make the shape, and then texture it by making some slight cuts into the clay with a tool.




Begin by inserting the pipe in the bag. Make sure to cut a hole into one edge of the bag before.




Secure with scotch tape !




Role the end of the bag like this so nothing can run out !


Here is another close up of the bananas.




Pipe the cream onto the plate in the little ‚cream dots‘



Like this !


Then put the Bananas on there ! When the Cream dries everything will be super strong !


 Now add some cream to a side you prefer to put the ice cream scoops on.


Choose a colour combination you like !



Here you can see that I chose to do different designs.



Then add more Cream, if you’d like.




You can add sprinkles to your creation.


To put on the sprinkles I wet the end of a paint brush.


And then I dipped it into the micro pearls.




The you can easily place it onto the cream without making a huge mess!



FINISHED!  You can leave it like this  and use it for miniature doll houses

f.e. or you can glue a ring on the bottom when its all dried out.


I choose to put a head-pin into it to make those Banana-Splits into necklaces.


All done !

If you enjoyed this please let me know!

If you’re interested in buying those, I have listed them on my etsy !

∼ Lola Who 



When I was looking for Valentines desserts I stumbled across strawberry cookies.

I thought they were extremely cute, and recreated them. ( The link will show you just one recipe I found helpful. )



Unfortunately I didn’t have pastels that night, so I couldn’t make the cookie look more cookie-ish and or realistic.
Maybe one could achive that look by painting them with acrylic paints after baking, but I haven’t tried that.

I am happy with the more cartoonish look they now have.

The white dots (what are those called on a strawberry) are made with deco sauce that I ordered from japan. I have the sauce in white, brown and pastel pink, and it is really nice to use. You can find it on here. ( and a lot of other lovely things aswell!)



Two of the Strawberry Cookies have been turned into rings (one has been sold yay) but I still have four left and am unsure what to use them for. I thought making them into necklaces would be a sweet idea.

If you have any other ideas what I could use the cookies for please let me know!

Now that I am thinking of the cookies, I might make them irl.



Build your own Cupcake


Sorry for the bad pictures.

Just look over that.



I made these Cupcakes in spring colors, and they looked really nice on the display.

So I had the idea, that they would mix and match really nice.

The colors are all pastels, and in what ever way you mix fruits and base color they look really sweet.



If you are interested in buying those, or in building your own special cupcake-earrings you can check out my shop! It would really help me out !





I hope to be posting more the following weeks.



Life of Pie


Pies !! Also I am aware that the title is extremely original…..  …… …… I took some bottle-caps with me at the last party I went to and decided to make some pies.


It took me more than a week to finally get around to making these, but I enjoyed it quite a bit. I had some blue TSL-Clay mix leftover (I still have) from a project I totally messed up, so I made some blueberry pie. The color is kind of off, but whatever. Also the blueberry bits disappeared during the baking, so the filling doesn’t have a lot of structure which is a shame. All in all it was quite a messy project. TSL is sticky as hell.


The dough color is hand mixed, and also kind of off. You can say I really didn’t have a hand for colors that day… Those pies were more or less an experiment. As you can see in the first picture I also tried different thicknesses of the ‚dough‘ . I prefer the thicker on has the pie seems more vivid. Which pie do you prefer?

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The cake-pieces that you can see in the pictures will appear really soon on this blog. I hope. My posting schedule has been a bit off lately as well ( everything is off OMG) but as I am mostly writing for myself..I don’t think anyone really notices.


Hair thingies.


Last year I made a bunch of hairties with tartes on them ( did I ever upload pictures of those?).. actually it was in late 2013. OMG.

Now I decided to finally use the hairclip that I had bought for this purpose over a year ago. Yeah I know I am slow.



My time was limited when I made those, to limited to make a whole new set of tartes, and I looked through my box of Items that I never used.
Most of them are perfectly fine, but a lot of them don’t have a headpin in them.
Sometimes the pins just don’t stick to the material, for what reason, I am not sure.




Those were the only tartes that I had left and you can tell  they look a bit strange. The charms are just to big.




In this case, I had met a woman last year, who made bracelets out of a canes. On the market where she sold she was making more bracelets at the same time and the already cut canes lay in front of her in a big pile.
But I enjoyed her cane designs a lot as they were really original.

So I tried to make other canes than just fruit canes, but as you can see, I kind of failed.

The heart isn’t really pretty.



This is one of my favorite Cupcake designs but it had the problem of not holding the pin..
So this is a really good option to finally use them.


I hope this didn’t bore you.