Monday, May 17

Plumbing 101

Now if I can just figure out how to put this all together?!

Inspiration Photo from Signature Hardware

Blessings,
Kathi

11 comments:

Lara said...

What did you use? It looks really nice!

Ingrid said...

This is very clever made, great is that all the crafts we try onion in the miniature world. You are now a plumber :-))

liefs Ingrid

Kathi said...

Lara - I used part of a snap, wire, beads and one of the "knurled nuts" I found at Lowe's. I used part of a miniaure faucet I had too.

Ingrid - I surely wouldn't call myself a plumber but I do wish I made the salary they do!

Thanks for your comments!

林茹宣 said...

enjoy your artical, thank you .............................................

Kim said...

Wow Kathi! It looks great!!! You ARE a mini plumber!!

Ascension said...

Te ha quedado genial!!!!
No veas la cantidad de dinero que has ahorrado, con lo que cobran los fontaneros jejejeje
besitos ascension

Kathi said...

Awww thanks...
I'm wondering if I could try soldering these together? The wire is aluminum? Anyone have any ideas?

The Old Maid said...

Wow! I am impressed! Great job Kathi!

Alienora said...

Very clever idea!

Chris said...

That looks very realistic Kathy, very clever of you, using all these bits and make it look so great. I am sure you will have no problem with the assembly part.

Pan said...

That looks great Kathi. I love the colour of the walls too.