Monday, May 14, 2012

Baskin Robbins Banana Split & Ice Cream Sundae

So my best friend loves....absolutely loves Baskin Robbins. I'm not a huge, fan of their ice cream, but she is. So much so, that on her birthday she even gets their ice cream cakes.

So this tutorial is dedicated to her.

I made the cup the same as in the Pinkberry tutorial. Then I added "vanilla ice cream" which was a mixture of ivory, and white polymer clay (Sculpey Ivory & FIMO white). The chocolate syrup was made from FIMO Deko gel (you can find it on Ebay) and brown chalk pastels. The cherry was made with Sculpey "Red Hot Red" polymer clay. And the whipped cream was made using the same technique from the Pinkberry tutorial as well.

To make the Baskin Robbins label, I just used this picture, than copied and pasted it into a word document, and resized it to be very small.

The banana split dish was made with white clay, and a lot of patience. I baked the dish, then added brown (FIMO brown), pink (Sculpey ballerina), and white clay (same as the sundae). I added the same chocolate syrup from the sundae, and used red, and yellow chalk to make the strawberry and pineapple syrup.

It was pretty easy to do once I finished the cups and the dish.

So have fun & make your own!

Xox,
Toni

Watch the video!
 

5 comments:

  1. I'm officially jealous of you ^___^

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    1. LOL! No need to be jealous of me...:)

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  2. it's very beautifull;)i love it <3

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  3. were do u get your plates and bowls for polymer clay toutorials from

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