In either Chicago or Phoenix, I bought some laser cut hinges and locks from Dragonfly. Was positive I knew exactly where I had put them but they've disappeared on me. ;-(
Last week, I scavenged two wine cork cages. They'll make a couple nice vanity stools or patio chairs when I get them done.
|the cages themselves|
|With the wires removed.|
|The wires can be shaped into a back for a chair.|
|The first five ready to use. On the right is one with the back still on.|
So now I have ten pair of Crocs to add to scenes. I used my last pair from my previous stock in the living room on the cake plate.
|I like these colours and think they will work most anywhere I want them but if I wanted different colours, I would use nail polish. (Great variety of colours available at Dollarama.)|
When you have worn out a foam paint brush, you can pull off the foam and use the plastic piece under it as a glue spreader - particularly good in corners and smaller spaces. (top)
One of the tools that Barb S. asked us to bring to the roses workshop was a needle tool. I didn't have one so took a foam paint brush, drilled a hole in the end of the handle and glued a needle in eye first. (bottom)