Totally unrelated, but I just thought of it. Plus, my readers are a wealth of knowledge. Here goes: I have steak knives. My mother-in-law gave me 8 of them decades ago and I have worn them out. The serrated blades are still pretty good, but I put them in the dishwasher and the wood handles are about to fall off. I know. I know. I shouldn't have dishwashered them. And I shouldn't continue to use them. But I just don't want to give them up.
So, who knows about FIMO clay? I bet I could saw off the rivets and use what is left of the wood to mold new handles, kinda. Do you think the FIMO clay would "stick" to the tang of the knife? (Did you notice the word "tang." I bet you're pretty impressed that I know that, aren't you.)
And then, if I had an oven that worked, do I bake the FIMO in the oven? And the big question: is FIMO dishwasher safe?