Joyful DIY Peacock Seat

Nature and its elements have always succeeded to impress us with its beauties. Wonderful plants, amazing animals, spectacular natural phenomena, and impressive landscapes create some unique images for us that mark our existence. Think of a beautiful exotic plant, the amazing colored fish that inhabit the deep waters or a spectacular rainbow that appears on the blue sky suddenly.

Thus the beautiful colored fan of a peacock can also be included in the list of these natural beauties. Everybody loves to see a peacock that walks with his fan so proudly. It is a lovely bird which impresses through its beautiful colored design of its fan. Kids make no exception as they represent a category that adores animals, birds or insects of all kinds. They get very close to any being, attach to it very quickly so that sometimes it is hard to break them up from their pet. So if you want to win their adoration you may think of the following DIY project. You can create a lovely DIY Peacock Seat using some paper quiling.

A transparent chair may be transformed into an attractive sitting place. All you need is to use hundreds of crescent shapes with various colored paper strips which then are stuck together. The arrangement of the back rest takes the shape that looks like the one of a peacock’s fan. There are used vivid colors that makes the chair look joyfully and nice. The whole arrangement is fit between acrylic sheets. Kids will definitely love this item which can also be used as a decorative piece.{found on behance}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on July 4th, 2012


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