Comfortable Shelf




Introduction: Comfortable Shelf

About: My name is Carolina Hunrichse, im an art teacher. I also make paper mache

I have a tons of playmobil toys (my favorites are from 1974) so i wanted to build them a shelf, but with a little vintage style.
So as a new project i made them a shelf in form of a couch.

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Step 1: The Materials


1= 5,5 " x 4" , 1= 5.5" x 3", and 2= 4" x 2" cardboard cutouts
1= 4" x 4", 1= 4" x 3" and 2= 1.5" x 3" cardboard cutouts


Eva foam

Rubber cement



sand paper


exacto knife

" clamps or clothes pins

Step 2: Preparing the Cardboard Parts

marked and folded in half (with the exacto knife) the cardboard parts

Step 3: Gluing the Cardboard Pieces Between Them

Apply the rubber cement on.

Let it dry for a few minutes, and glue the parts to form a thicker piece

Step 4: Cut and Paste the Fabric to Line

Cut and paste the fabric to line the cardborad pieces

Step 5: Let It Dry With the Clamps On

Step 6: Join the Parts and Staple to Attach Better

Step 7: Glue the EVA Foam for Better Look

Step 8: Cutting and Sticking the Legs = the Chopsticks

Step 9: Add Hook to Hang Up on the Wall

Step 10: Hang Them on the Wall

Once you have two or three chairs, you can add the Playmobil or any doll you want (you can glue them to the fabric) and hang them on the wall. It will be the most comfortable shelf you have ever seen.

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