Hello dear readers,
For making this little project I use a small, rectangular shallow wood box. It originally contained delicious dried figs. Alas, can't be found anymore on the market but I saved some empty boxes.
I never throw away wooden boxes no matter what size.
Here is a photo of one of my hanging shops. The following photos will show how I make them.
First thing I do is drill two holes to thread a wire for hanging the box. I make sure it's right in the middle so that the box will hang straight.
There were 4 silver plated little teapots sent to me by blog friends. I had to add more to fill up the shop's window.
Assembled some metal beads and jewelry findings as you can see in the photo below.
Glued them together.
Added white Fimo parts and baked them together.
I love the combination of shiny chrome and white ceramic.
I hope you are all having a lovely Sunday. The best to all and blessings.
So pretty! I agree, the ceramic and steel is a gorgeous combination.ReplyDelete
Que bonita tu tienda colgante. Me encantan las teteras !!!ReplyDelete
.Un trabajo preciosoReplyDelete
Such a clever idea to recycle the boxes and add something wonderful to look at! The teapots are as adorable as can be, and the FIMO spouts, lids and handles are fantastic!ReplyDelete
Es preciosa la tienda colgante!! Me encanta su aspecto y esas teteras de abalorios son perfectas!!!ReplyDelete
Your hanging shops are great.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful way to display miniatures... and I really like your beautiful teapots. But what I like the most is the fact that when there is a part 1 there will be a part 2 - I'm looking forward to it!ReplyDelete
What a lovely idea and a great way to use the boxes. Your teapots are lovely and very well done. Great work.
N.B. I hope your husband is doing better
They look amazing!ReplyDelete
Just lovely Drora and the idea of using shallow wooden boxes for your storefronts is such a great idea, as are your teapots!ReplyDelete
Una mini-escena preciosa y buenos tutos para hacer teteras .BsssReplyDelete