I found this glove outside. It had been there for a couple of month, I saw a black lomp in the snow, after awhile I went to check it out, and it was a leather glove. The poor glove was torn apart and I don't think anyone will miss it because it has certainly served its purpose of beeing a glove, now its just trash... But I took it home of course ;) And thought I could do a pair of shoes...
I took some old sheets that had been turned apart too, and started making a pattern, it was too hard!!!! It seems like I cant make shoes, so I gave up.. this is what I got, any tip on how to make it better???
I saw Birgittas very cute bag. I got so inspired and since I have a bag like this, which I had since I was a kid, I thought it was a great idea to make one in miniature too.
I will show you how I did =)
I took a quite thick cardboard and made a bag-shape. (I recommend you to use thinner cardboard if you try this). The glue dried too slow, so I had to take help from a piece of tape to hold the shape together. I then glued this on to the same piece of cardboard and let it dry over night (not that it took that long to dry, just that I didn't have more time for minis that day ;) )
I did make the pattern on a checkered paper first, but then I did the sides and they didn't fit, so I made a new bottom directly at the cardboard.
(addition: I later realized that If you want to close the bag, its smarter to make the lid without the backside, I don't know how to explain this but, to open and close the back, the boarder on the back needs to go, otherwise you cant bend it all open...)
Then I painted it. Fortunately I had the same colour as on my big bag. =)
Then I mad a "lock" out of a tablet blisters. I used a small scissors to cut it out.
(addition: Her you see a lid with all the boarders, but if you remove the back, it will open more easy)
My tiny bag =) The lock and the handle doesn't look the same as the original, but close enough I think =)
And finally I will thank and welcome my new followers: