Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Shabby Chic mini chair

Oh my the postie was on time yesterday and delivered my parcel and I just had to make a start right away! As soon as I saw this adorable little shabby chic pin cushion chair I knew I just had to make one!! I love it, so tiny it only stands at 3 1/2 inches but its just the cutest little thing!! and takes no time to create. It comes in a kit form from the gorgeous Maxines Melange an online shop filled with awesome papercraft delights including unique creative project kits and the miniture pin cushion chair can be found here. I had so much fun creating this I want to do another one. Make sure you stop by Maxines and have a look around, guaranteed to have you in awe!!
Had to smile at my darling daughter who is 10 as she thought it was for her fairy house! An excuse to make another! :)
The completed Shabby Pin Cushion Chair.

Thanks for stopping by, have a happy Tuesday!



  1. Love, Love, Love this Sue!!!!! I want one!! Lol!


  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!!!! I want one too!
    Oh my, LOL, i dittoed Danielle word for word!
    oh well... cant be helped!

  3. How cute is that! Oh and why wouldnt she not want one for the fairy house?

  4. This is fabulous! What a great way to store those lovely pins!

  5. Awwww....what a cute pin cushion chair!

  6. This is gorgeous. Can you tell me where I can buy a kit?

  7. Oh I love that! So much nicer than my tomato or was that an apple...whatever it is that I made to stick my pins in...LOL.

  8. Hi Sue... Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment on my victorian hat I made. I had to come take a peek at your Blog. That little pin cushion chair... ADORABLE!!! what a great altered item! Love it
    Thanks again for your comment and for following my blog.. I joined yours too! Love all the pink!


  9. this makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside as the doll furniture reminds me of happy times

  10. Hello, dropping by from SB.com to check out your blog. Love your little chair, it's so sweet. And I checked out your Kindy layout too - she's just lovely.

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