How To Make Chair Out Of Champagne Wire – I’ve been saving the champagne corks for a while, but I was going to put together some little cafe chairs, but I forgot about the project until… . . I stumbled
A recently published picture book by Giselle Potter (published by Schwartz & Wade Books). As a creator and fan of a little bit of everything, but also a fan of dolls, oval Potter illustrations, I couldn’t resist reaching for this book.
How To Make Chair Out Of Champagne Wire
It tells the story of a little girl who makes a dollhouse out of cardboard and furnishes it with scraps and household items.
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Hidden inside the protector is a treat: tips and ideas for making and furnishing your own cardboard dollhouse.
Clothespins and a matchbox become a bed. Bottle caps are perfect plates. Pieces of yellow thread resemble pasta. Fried eggs? Draw a yellow circle on the white piece with a pencil! The story pays tribute to the child’s ability to turn the ordinary world into a miniature one.
So I found champagne corks where I dropped them. If you have ready-made supplies, you can make them like this:
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Step 1: Cut the wire connecting the bottom of the cork cage. Try to straighten the curls as best you can.
Step 2: Twist the wire into the shape you want, hook it and attach the loose ends to the back legs of the chair.
The hardest part (besides all the twisting, which ended up wrong in my attempts) is to secure the back and keep the seat on the chair. If the legs extend too far, the seat will fall. You have to straighten your legs a bit to keep the seat in place.
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The resulting highchair makes a cute little Christmas ornament, a dollhouse piece of furniture, or just an interesting little snack! And a great way to save the moment from an important bottle of champagne (eg from a wedding, hot date or special event)
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It’s very simple, and some say it’s obvious, but when I first saw it done, I thought it was cool. And I thought you were too!
Wire champagne cork holder (similar to the one shown below) It must be such that the bottom wire is separated from the twisted wires running down the sides.
Plus: wire pliers – bring them to your next New Year’s party or Sunday brunch and you could be the life of the party!
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Bend the 4 “legs” inward to make sure the “seat” is securely attached. Turn it over and make sure it sits flat. If not, play with your legs until you get a comfortable chair look.
Straighten the removed wire as much as possible. (You can probably do it better than me here!)
Shape the rope to look like the back of a chair. You can use any design – here I imitated a cafe chair by turning the center into a circle.
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Attach the back to the back legs by wrapping the ends of the “back” wires tightly around the top two legs. Happy New Year to everybody! 2012 has been a pretty good year for me and I look forward to the gifts and blessings this new year will bring.
Some time ago I wrote a blog and made a video showing how to make chairs out of champagne crates. You can find this blog here:
Since then I’ve found a few things I thought you might like. It turns out that a wine cork ambo is actually called a cage, but is more formally and accurately known as a mousetrap. It comes from the French museler, “to put on the muzzle”.
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I’ve read (and talked about it in my video) that it’s important to pay attention when rotating/opening the mouse. I’ve been told that if it takes 5-1/2 or more turns to open the cage, you’re going to get a quality wine. Well, the 5-1/2 turn seems to be a bit of a myth… I haven’t tested this theory, but I’ve read that ALL champagnes open in 6 turns (6 half turns or 3 full turns).
In any case, have a great celebration. If you want to impress your friends or make a nice memory of your party, here you can learn how to make champagne chairs out of beetroot. This year I added a few pearls to add some sparkle. There is also a bench and a chandelier. A champagne chandelier in a cage, imagine!
I wish you a beautiful 2013, full of laughter and love, music and joy, peace and adventure. For more details on muesliettes (and champagne, for that matter!) see: Every time my husband and I open a bottle of champagne (which unfortunately doesn’t happen often!) while I’m enjoying my drink I have to bend over and fold and twist. Not myself, I hasten to add, but cork cage wire – he fashions it into a mini chair, and I always wonder about the finished product – how did he do it with so little effort? It takes me longer to photograph this beautiful piece of furniture than to make it!
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I know people who buy this type of thing as table/replacement decorations for weddings and parties, so here’s how to do it yourself and save some money if you want that look at your event (plus
Drink champagne to use cork cages!) Maybe you should start collecting cages months/years in advance depending on your usual overconsumption rather than right away!
And there, a small steel chair! The perfect size for all the clients you can live under your floors!
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