This blog is dedicated to the creation of 1:12 miniatures. Here you will find tutorials, techniques, links to great miniaturists, interior designers and artists. But above all, you will find a lot of enthusiasm and eager to help. Thanks for your attention, your coments and your friendship.

English is not my mother tongue, so, there will be many mistakes. I apologize for that. Anyway, On the right side of the page, you have the google translator, and of course, I am at your disposal for any cuestion.

Este blog está dedicado a la creación de miniaturas 1:12. En él descubriréis tutoriales, técnicas, enlaces a grandes miniaturistas, decoradores y artistas. Pero sobre todo,encontraréis mucha ilusión en cada proyecto y ganas de ayudar.

Muchas gracias por vuestra atención, vuestros comentarios y vuestra amistad.


DIY- Escalera de caracol victoriana- Victorian spiral staircase

Desde hace mucho tiempo he deseado una escalera de caracol hierro, ya que puedo imaginar un montón de posibilidades para ella, una vieja biblioteca, el estudio de un pintor o un fotógrafo victoriano...

I've been desiring for a long time a victorian cast iron spiral stairs, because I can imagine a lot of possibilities to make with it: an old library, the study of a Victorian painter or photographer ...  

Para hacerla he utilizado un abanico de madera calada barato

To get it, I used an inexpensive fretwork wood fan.

Desmonté dos abanicos y seleccioné sólo una parte del dibujo

I disassembled two fans, and I used only that part of each bar that you can see on the picture.

La madera es tan fina, que os recomiendo cortar con unas tijeras pequeñitas con mucho cuidado.

The wood sheet is so thin, that I recommend you to use a little scissors, and sand every step carefully.

Hice los agujeros con un taladro y uní dos escalones para cada peldaño con el fin de obtener una escalera más fuerte.

I made the holes and glued each two steps face to face, in order to obtain stronger stairs.

Tomé la referencia de la altura de cada escalón de una escalera en miniatura que tenía, y calqué la forma de la contrahuella en un listón de madera de balsa que corté con tijeras también.

I took the high from a miniature stairs that I had, and I drawed the shape of the riser on some wood strips, Them I cut with the scissors.

Pegué cada contrahuella a cada escalón.

I glued every rise on its step

Corté parte del dibujo de las barillas del abanico, para hacer los laterales de los escalones.

I cut part of each bar fan to design the side of each step.

El eje es una palo de brocheta

The shaft is a brochette stick

Para hacer el pasamanos en espiral, primero soldé los barrotes a a un alambre más largo respetando el mismo ángulo.

To make the stairs rail, I soldered several short wires to a longer one with the same angle.

Para hacer la curva helicoidal, sólo recomiendo paciencia y soldaduras resistentes.

To make the curve of the staris rail, I only recommend patience and good welds.

Hice pasar por cada escalón un barrote y en el extremo coloqué una bola de bisutería.

I put each rail through the hole in the corresponding step, and I glued a glass bed in the end.

Y así es como hice la estructura. Estas escaleras son preciosas en color verde bronce, o blanco, pero he decidido pintarlas en negro con pintura en espray, y añadir restos de óxido con marrones, naranjas.

And that is how I did it. These stairs are very beautiful in green bronze or white but I've decided to paint it in black with spray painting , and add rusty remains.
To get that look, I painted with three colors, pumpkin, brown and sunflower.

Gracias por vuestra atención, espero que os haya sido útil.

Thanks for your attention, I hope this post was useful for you.






26 comentarios:

  1. Brilliant! Thank you for sharing this tutorial

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  2. What a wonderful inspiration. Thank you for the great tutorial.
    Hugs from Craftland

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  3. It is a wonderful creative work! Complimenti, sei bravissima. Thanks

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  4. These are magnificent! It is an amazing idea to make victorian staircase from chinese fans. I am copieng this and luckily I was travelling to London a week after I found your staircase tutorial. I visited Chinese market there at Chinatown and now I got three fans of my own. Thank you for the greatest idea and that you are sharing with everyone.

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  5. Salve! E' bellissimo questo tutorial! Mi piacerebbe una scala così nella mia dollhouse. Ma dove posso trovare un simile ventaglio?

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  6. This is so awesome.. you are so talented!!!

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  7. Incroyable. Merci beaucoup pour les explications, je suis sure que cela me sera utile un jour. Vous faite un merveilleux travail.

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  8. Beautiful! I can hardly wait to try this myself!!

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  9. This is very clever! And beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

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  10. Mara, como siempre que entro a tu blog me quedo sin palabras. Me quito el sombrero ante tus trabajos. La escalera... ESPECTACULAR.
    Bts

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  11. greate idea to use parts of a hand fan!

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  12. Beautiful stairs! A such a good way of making them. Great pictures of how to make them. Thank you so much.
    Shirley

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  13. Thank you for this lovely tutorial! I can't wait to try it! Now I just need to find a place to buy the fans. :)

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  14. Sin palabras. Alucinante tu trabajo. Muchísimas gracias por compartirlo, es maravilloso disfrutar de cada imagen y de cada explicación.

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  15. This is gorgeous. Thank you so much for the great tutorial.

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  16. Amazing!! A briliant work and very useful!!
    Hope I can do it for my dollhouse!

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  17. Hi,
    Your blog is really contains awesome stuff about various types of wires & spring, i really liked your blog because of in-

    dept information about spring.

    Mahesh
    Spring Wire Manufacturers In India

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  18. now I know what to do with that fan I have had for years; thanks for a great instructable!

    Esther

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  19. Hola! Escribo desde Chile. Muchas Gracias por el maravilloso tutorial, felicidades por el Blog, eres muy talentosa!!!

    Saludos!

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  20. lovely staircase, thank you for the instructions. I will try this thank you for sharing.

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  21. Thank you for the fotos and instuctions! I have now started to make my own stairs...
    Greetings from Finland.
    Taina

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  22. Hi Mara,
    I have tried your tutorial and it's worked out brilliantly. If you would like to have a look at how my one turned out, here is a link to the blog post...
    http://amyelizabethfletcher.blogspot.com/2016/04/a-big-cyclone-and-miniature-spiral.html
    xo Amy

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  23. Thanks a million, Mara, for sharing these instructions! Your staircase is a beauty! I' going to follow your instructions to make one. Just received a fan to make them. Good advise to glue two together for the strength as the wood in fan is very thin!

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  24. This is such a brilliant idea for spiral stairs! Thank you for sharing, hug
    Dorotea

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