Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Sew over it...

Modern dolls' house miniature scene of a vintage sewing table and Eames chair in front of a black wall displaying a poster with vintage pins on a checked fabric.
And it is done. It's not perfect. And any thoughts I had of painting it to make it look more like iron and less like plastic have completely disappeared.
Detail of a modern dolls' house miniature scene of a vintage sewing table and Eames chair in front of a black wall displaying a poster with vintage pins on a checked fabric.
The (terrible appropriate) poster is one of Cider Teak's new business cards, which I snaffled off her at a bloggers' brunch on Sunday, for exactly this spot.

4 comments :

Ms Frugal Ears said...

Took me a while to realise how a business card could be a poster. Oh doh, because it is in minature! How cute.

Pepper Mitcheson said...

Upcycling at it's best =0)

Susan@minicrochetmad said...

Giving you a bow of respect (with twinkle in eye)! Love the scene - even without metal painting. Fab use of a fab business card.

Mad For Mod said...

It still looks great! You make the best small scenes. The business card art is perfect!