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Dare you play, the Game of Phones...? (sorry, i've been brewing GoT puns like crazy)
Cool place to sit your phone as you skype, also has a hole in the front for a charger to thread into so you can use it as a docking station :)

Posted by susie from Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom • Published See susie's 114 projects »
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  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 1
    Step 1

    shape and glue foam pads into a chair shape optional at this point is to cut a hole through the front of the seat to allow for a charger so you can charge your phone on the throne.

  • Step 2

    roll polymer clay flat and cut into strips, lay them along the arms and seat where you need curves and bake as instructed. oven temp is low enough that the foam won't melt

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 3
    Step 3

    snip coffee stirrers or similar plastic wands into shards and start jamming them into the foam to form the arc of the back.

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 4
    Step 4

    glue the trimmed stirrers on the back in a similar arc to cover the foam, the top layer should be cocktail swords (the guards trimmed off for a more traditional sword hilt)

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 5
    Step 5

    glue in front, again, the front layer should be cocktail swords

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 6
    Step 6

    place cocktail swords and stirrers to get a nice shape and such on the sides and corners

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 7
    Step 7

    spray paint black for an even cover

  • How to make a piece of assemblage art. Iron Throne, For Your Phone - Step 8
    Step 8

    then lightly brush with a metallic effect paint. I added gold high lights to the hilts and then blended with black acrylic and the metallic acrylic. (sorry for my dirty washing basket in the background but I was in bed with a cold when I made this :D )

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LaYdI.tOmOe
LaYdI.tOmOe · Mexico City, Federal District, MX
So, I've got two questions. First, what did you do to not cover the charging hole. And second, the measures are proportional to the size of your phone, I guess?
susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
The charging hole is barely visible being right at the front of the throne, after it was cut I just made sure that the polyner clay didn't cover it before baking.
And secondly, yes, you'd have to make it depending on the phone you want it for, this was made for a Samsung galaxy and fits snugly, my iphone fits in easier but would slip to a side if it wasn't plugged in to keep it upright. Just remember that the clay will steal some of your space so check your phone fits before baking.
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KathrynKing
KathrynKing · Loughborough, England, GB · 1 project
Amazing! Boyfriend's Christmas present = sorted!
LaYdI.tOmOe
LaYdI.tOmOe · Mexico City, Federal District, MX
Good to know I wasn't the only one thinking of this as a boyfriend-gift.
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Zucchiki
Zucchiki · 2 projects
Fantastic idea and executed majestically!
susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
Thank you so much ^^
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Patricia D.
Patricia D. · Glens Falls, New York, US · 1 project
Amazing!...I have to make one for myself!
susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
Totally, would love to see your version on here Happy
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Flo Di
Flo Di · 7 projects
This is so adorable!!
susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
cheers Happy It is definitely one of my favourite makes so far
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Minimax
Minimax · Antwerp, Flanders, BE · 56 projects
This is incredible.
susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
Thank you so much! ^_^
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