A Mickey Mouse Makeover and A Frozen Holiday

in Hope by Design
I haven't had much time to make jewelry these past few weeks. I've spent much of my time sewing. Plus my daughter had the flu, so I've been pretty tied up. First, I had the Mickey Mouse Chair Makeover. My client Barbara had a chair her son used when he was a kid. Her son is an adult with a family of his own, including a 17-month old daughter.  Barbara and her husband plainted the chair pink. She also picked out this cute pink fabric with Mickey Mouse on it. It is adorablae. I had fun with this little project. mickey_mouse chair make-over Next, I had an infinitey scarf to make for my daughter, Shae. She loves Elsa from Frozen. maishia-FROZEN-infinity-scarf Also, on my to do list for her was a Frozen lounge set. Shae is the best model. I love dressing her ip. maishia-frozen set I was discussing the lounge set witha friend who has an adopted daughter, a grand-daughter and a foster daughter. By the time I was done, I had made 3 lounge sets, two scarves and 2 capes. [caption id="attachment_399" align="aligncenter" width="640"][/caption] Can you say tired? In the meantime, I was blessed with four back-to-back jewelry orders. [caption id="attachment_401" align="alignnone" width="640"][/caption] 0726141100a-1 I'll be taking a few days off at the end of this week to regroup and get ready for my End of Year Sale. Are you doing any last minute shopping or gift crafting?


  • Ayana


    October 06, 2016 at 10:37 AM

    I did not paint the chair. My client did. I made the cushions, back and arm rests.

  • Atef


    October 06, 2016 at 10:37 AM

    Love, love, love this! Did you have to sand it at all before patniing it? Or does the glaze mixed with the paint make it stick even if the table has some poly on it? And do you water down the paint at all?

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