People in Picture :: ThriftStoreREmix :: Derrick Douglass

People in Picture

Jan 21.2012

by Derrick Douglass



I love this project.  Doesn’t it look great.  At that time I lived in Columbia, SC and I purchased the wire people local Goodwill.  They each cost about one dollar.  Eventually, I moved and took them along with me.

When I moved back to Atlanta, GA, I purchased a KEWL solid wood picture from my local Goodwill.  One day I decided to put the items together along with material I purchased from Hobby Lobby hobby stores.

The steps were simple but required patience and dexterity.  First, I glued both halves of the fabric onto backer board.  Second, I sewed the piece that was glued between both halves of the fabric.  Lastly, I used small metal pieces to secure the wire people to the final piece.  It is a tricky project, but an enjoyable one

People-In-Picture, www.thriftstoreremix, derrick douglass

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I hope you enjoy the project.

DBD :: ChiefRemixOlogist

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