A small tailored box for my personal use , all in recovered cardboard, covered with gummed Kraft.
Decoration : small bird et caterpillar. , et ensuite vernie.
My first cradle ! Built for a 40 x 80 cm mattress, with two leaves-shaped wedges to secure it when you no longer want to rock.
A little feline blessing before you start, it never hurts !
The shape of the cradle before cutting
Developing the internal structure
I'm planning spaces to create handles
Ready to use !
A small jewelry box 14.5 x 8 x 1.8 cm, specially designed for a friend, so that she can stay pretty, even far from her house ,
all in recovered packaging cardboard (from lemon cheesecake, I think ), covered with fabric (old curtains murdered by my cats),
the suns were painted on separate paper sheats (rays, bodies and face's elements) then assembled, glued, sprinkled with glitter, and generously varnished.
The inside is lined with thick fabric (miniature carpet style, the one I used in the bedroom of my dollhouse) padded with foam (recovered in postal packages) and slats of foam mats (sold in rolls) to be cut) patinated with "gold" paint.
Kawaii decoration and solar colors to always have a little tenderness and warmth with oneself.
Made from recycled cardboard (cereal box), black craft foam, black tape, glue, acrylic paint and glossy mod podge, some black velcro and a piece of an old bra’s strap.
Calcifer on front
A Kodama on the back
And few soot sprites inside =)
Dresser «Yummy ! Meeow likes it !» that I still owned, in my bedroom. Unfortunatly, it got damaged during house moves and has two cuts of 5 centimeters each, one next to the other on the left side of the furniture (I have to fix it for years ). But everything else is in perfect shape and state =)
A cardboard throne given to the «Médiévales de Folleville».
That was a special request from a todler school when I was working for A.C.I. «Chrysalide Pik’Art Déco» : they wanted a funny tool to help children learning majors organs and their places in ours bodies.
Eyes and brain are removables (because of velcros).
As the digestive tube is.
I am sorry, I didn't take pictures of other organs (heart, lungs, bladder, kidneys..) nor the finished product... But here was the idea : let the children experiment placements by themself and then figure out why they would place it here and if it's relevant or not, and so on. I would have loved to see them test it out !
Once the «experimentation» is over, we only have to put back «O'Scarlett's skin» to close it up and protect it (inside pieces, well placed this time) until next use.
A prototype of a children's lounge wich have been used to create real size units, sold by A.C.I. «Chrysalide Pik’Art Déco».
A miniature dragon console.
A prototype of «octopus jewelry box».
I created this console at the request of clients of A.C.I. «Chrysalide Pik'Art Déco», while I was working there. They wanted aquariums inspired furnitures.
A «benc(h)' comet» for Montdidier's library (Somme, France).
This is the piece of furniture that I made during my apprenticeship of the technique among the "Associated Cardboard Makers" in Paris.
I still have this furniture and I am using it everyday, as it contains all my hair stuffs in my bathroom. It is almost intact despite many house moves and a formidable natural predator : my little cardboard-eating kitty girl Sanka.