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Apr 2, 2011

Just a stool.

Back to miniatures as I promissed.
I made this stool of six metal and non-metal jewellery findings. As they were in different colours I painted them with a bit of black and a bit of gold acrylic paints and fixed together with the universal assembly glue - lately my favourite glue when it comes to shelves on the walls for example.;)It keeps things together quite firmly.
The legs are short, a bit curved, metal tubings which are usually used to make neckleses. The top is non-metalic part of earing and there is also a little metal ring that keeps the legs together.


Wracam do miniatur choć na chwilę.:) Taboret powstał z szesciu biżuteryjnych półfabrykatów. Częsć z nich jest metalowa, a częsć nie i w dodatku były w różnych kolorach. Pomalowałam je więc na złoto-czarny kolor, następnie połączyłam razem za pomocą Pattexowego Super Fixu. Ostatnio jest to mój ulubiony srodek do montowania miniaturowych półek na scianach, trzyma całkiem mocno. Nogi to metalowe zakrzywione rurki używane do robienia naszyjników. Blat to kawałek zawieszki z kolczyka. Nogi razem trzyma jeszcze niewielka metalowa obrączka - przerywnik pomiędzy koralikami, używany do robienia bransoletek.

26 comments:

PAKY said...

Is a good and original idea! well done! greetings

The Old Maid said...

Thanks Paky! Happy you like it! Greetings to you too:)

Fiver said...

What a great idea Ewa!! It would be perfect for a smaller scale little table too!

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

Great idea, I really like your stool. It looks like you could put it in any setting.

Victoria ♥

The Old Maid said...

Oh that's so right Kristy!:)Happy you like it!:)

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much Victoria! Happy you like it too.:)

1717 said...

Bardzo fajnie to wykombinowałaś,taborecik bardzo oryginalny, super.

Efa said...

That's really original and well done stool:) Like the idea and finishing... will you make that kind of stool in big scale?? If so...I'm on the list you know XD

The Old Maid said...

1717 dziękuję bardzo! I cieszę się, że Ci się podoba:)

The Old Maid said...

You mean 1:1 scale Efa? Don't know if anyone sells so big jewellery parts ;D Thanks a lot!:)

Catherine said...

It's great! I love it. :-)

BiWuBär said...

I'm a little bit confused now - a stool on this blog without loads of books and stuff on it??? You know I normally pity all your stools... (LOL).

But without kidding: Great idea, this lovely little table will fit perfectly for many, many fantastic projects. Thanks for sharing the idea!

Greetings
Birgit

Sans! said...

I was just going to say it will make a lovely side table too and saw that Kristy has beat me to it :):)

Nice work Ewa. It is not easy to make those legs?

The Old Maid said...

Thank you Catherine! Happy you like it!:)

The Old Maid said...

Yep, Brigit, that's right! No books this time. But it won't be left without anything on it for a long time.;) Thank you so much!

The Old Maid said...

Oh Sans didn't I write here I am a lazy gril? I must have written that before.;)
All the parts of the stool were bought already ready in the shops with the goods to make your own jewellery yourself. So were the curved tubings.
Thanks a lot!:)

Daydreamer said...

Lovely stool Ewa! It looks like it will be perfect for a Garden or conservatory....! I love it when folks make beautiful things from parts that were for something else.... very original and creative! (I Might have to borrow this idea!) :):)

The Old Maid said...

You're very much welcome Betsy! I already know yours will be much prettier than mine;) Thank you so much!

Kathi said...

Very clever! Beautiful results!

Ascension said...

Una fantastica idea, con una mesita a juego quedara genial.
Debe haber sido dificil hacerle las patas con los tubos, un gran trabajo!!!
besitos ascension

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much Kathi!:)

The Old Maid said...

Muchisimas gracias Ascension! It was quite easy when I used a small metal ring to keep the legs together.:)

Jollie said...

Very beautiful work Ewa!! I love it :)

Hugs, Jollie

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much Jollie!:)

Arestrea said...

Świetny pomysł:) Śliczny taborecik!

Pozdrawiam serdecznie!

The Old Maid said...

Cieszę się, że się podoba:) Pozdrawiam równie serdecznie:)