Step 3: Making of Back and Arm Rest

For the back rest cut 2.5inch x 2.5 inch of cardboard and glue the fabric of your choice,after that glue the thread along the edges.Join the back rest from base by applying glue at the back of base.
Take 3 or 2 bottle caps.Apply glue at the edges of caps and join them together.Cover the caps with fabric and glue the thread at the joining line.Do the same to make the other arm rest and attach both of them at the base.glue 4 beads at the bottom of the base.  Now! your miniature sofa is ready.Pop up the look of it by placing a small cushion at the back rest.
 I've made the double seat sofa from the same process.I have cut  7 inch piece of cardboard for the base and made two base cushion with 3.5 inch cardboard piece glued the rest of it together and done!

As this is my very first tutorial, i will look forward for suggestions to improve myself! so please let me know if this tutorial needs more improvement.

 THANKS for taking a peek at this   ^.^

<p>i decided to give this couch project a shot and i have to say i had alot of fun and it was easy and turned out great!! i didnt have bottle caps to use for the arms of the sofa so i cut tissue rolls and rolled them tight to make the arms ausbutton===n rolled them to mmake tig</p>
hello nimra ,.. <br>this is sidra . <br>very welldone with the sofa , i love the idea of bottle caps ..lol
Oh very cute! I wish I would have had this tutorial when I was little. There would have been tiny couches EVERYWHERE.
Awww thank u soo much for liking it :)
Great little guide. I will help my 7 year old make some for her Calico Critters and felted mouse. She will love it. Thanks.
Nice i will look forward for a pic of it

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