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Now that Christmas is a few days behind us, it’s time to put your focus on the next holiday: New Year’s Eve. You’ve probably picked out your appetizers and made your decor, but we aren’t done squeezing that little bit of crafting juice you still have left in you.

Apartment Therapy Champagne ChairsApartment Therapy

These cafe-style miniature chairs are made using the cap, foil and wire from champagne bottles. They look intricate, but are easy to make by simply using pliers to twist the wire in your desired shape.

Design Within Reach ContestDesign Within Reach

If you really want to put your skills to the test, Design Within Reach has a champagne chair contest. These past entries are made using the foil, cork and wire from only two champagne bottles — no glue, tape or paint allowed! Enter Here>>

House of Brinson Champagne ChairsHouse of Brinson

You can use the chairs as ornaments for your tree next year, a dollhouse or to make a cute vignette. Give this craft a try, and let us know how it turned out!

Happy New Year!

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19 Responses

  1. Carlee W. says:

    What a cute cute craft. I love this.

  2. Liz_HGTV says:

    I love miniatures and repurposing, so of course I'm all over this. So cute!

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  4. Brenda R. says:

    I don't even drink champagne but this craft makes me want to! The cutest thing.

  5. Carole P says:

    Cool idea for kids playing the playhouse….

  6. monica says:

    Can I buy these already made anywhere? I would love to use them as my place card holders at my wedding…

  7. These cafe-style miniature chairs are made using the cap, foil and wire from champagne bottles. They look intricate, but are easy to make by simply using pliers to twist the wire in your desired shape.

  8. mikeedison says:

    nice art I really enjoy this creativity and the pictures that you have shared here with us.

  9. Joanna Osborne says:

    I make these on etsy. Money form the sale goes to charity. Great for Wedding Place cards:-
    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/173717246/175-xch

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