My next project is another Shabby Streamside Studio. I'm starting by making the 3 chandeliers and the roses for the windows and chandelier.
The roses are very simple. I cut out a flower shape out of cotton fabric, roll the first petal and add 3 more layers.
I make the candle parts with beads and jewelry making bits. The "bulb" part is hot glue I pull into a little drop shape.
These 3 chandeliers will all have a little battery operated light.
The real studio belongs to Sandy Foster. You can find the beautiful little house on her blog My Shabby Streamside Studio
You are a magician! You work such magic with tiny things! This chandelier is gorgeous and I love the fabric rose addition. It really lends an elegant touch.ReplyDelete
I agree with the first commenter! You ARE a magician!!!!!!!!! Love all that you do, dear buddy!ReplyDelete
Love the lights! They look great. Judith xReplyDelete
What a beautiful chandelier!ReplyDelete
Ow!Ow!OWWW! Hot glue pulling! Your fingers must be made of asbestos! I have the scars from many years of crafting with hot glue guns. "Count to 5 before it solidifies enough to rip it and your skin off" was my daily mantra.ReplyDelete
My hat off to you.
The chandy is looking absolutely divine!
Que maravillosa lampara, gracias por la explicacion.ReplyDelete
I watch every day to see if you have more pictures and info on the "build".ReplyDelete
I love watching the progress of the construction and adore the details...thanks for taking the time to photograph and write as you go...
Oi ficou lindo adorei.ReplyDelete
Tenho um presente para você, passa la no meu blog, beijos.
What a beautiful chandelier, and thank you for the explanation !!ReplyDelete
Hugs Mieke xxx
Wow! Your chandelier is gorgeous!ReplyDelete