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Make a Teacup Sculpture

5 June 2012 17,914 views 6 Comments

by rhonda

If your design tastes run toward the unexpected and whimsical, this storage idea fits the bill on both counts.  Inspired by a piece from Urban Outfitters, Carol from El Brooklyn Taco assembled her creation by artfully stacking an assortment of teacups.  (I think just about every thrift store I've ever been to has a whole shelf of lonely little teacups just waiting for their time to shine like this!)  It makes a fabulous jewelry display, and I think it would also be cute in an entryway as a catch-all for keys, change, and the like.  [how to make a teacup sculpture]

Project estimate:

  • Teacups, about $5
  • Plate, on hand or $1
  • Glue, on hand
  • Spray paint, on hand or $1 and up

Total:  about $5 and up

 

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6 Comments »

  • Michelle L. said:

    REally cool!!!

  • Carol said:

    Thanks for the feature! ;-)

  • Jenn/Rook No. 17 said:

    Such a creative and lovely way to display and organize jewelry! Pinning it!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  • Teacup Sculpture Love | El Brooklyn Taco said:

    [...] have been receiving lots of love! You Want Me to Buy That?, Sincerely Yours, and most recently, Dollar Store Crafts have posted about it. It even made its way to Pinterest. You guys are making me [...]

  • Bob said:

    how do you make this? what are easy to do steps?

  • rhonda (author) said:

    Hi Bob,

    You can find a link to the project at the end of the description – you will find it in brackets [like this].

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