Crafts inspired by the Les Miserables movie, musical and book
Have you fallen in love with Les Miserables? Director Tom Hooper's film took home three Golden Globe awards and eight Oscar nominations, and fans have fallen hard for the breathtaking performances and music. But we bet you didn't know that crafters have also taken inspiration from the classic story! Here are five Les Miserable movie crafts that will get you ready for your own revolution.
Polymer Clay Eponine
A miniature Eponine from Les Miserables. What could be sweeter? Using polymer clay and acrylic paint for the eyes, you can make this Les Miserables craft, which makes the perfect movie-watching buddy.
This video how-to is courtesy of Gentleman Bunny.
We love this creative paper envelope, die cut using the Silhouette machine. Penga crafted it to fill with Les Miserables movie tickets to give as a holiday gift. We think it could also make a very cool paper lantern, and is emblazoned with a song lyric from the musical.
Get the details on this Les Miserables movie craft at Sakacon.
This Les Miserables infinity scarf is uniquely printed with words from the Victor Hugo novel. Or, custom order and shop owner Tori will make a scarf with words from the book of your choice.
Get the scarf from storiarts on Etsy.
Now this is what we call a true French manicure. Painted red, silver and metallic blue to resemble the French flag, this Les Miserables manicure was Crystal's answer to a love for the theater.
Get the Les Miserables movie nail art how-to at True Colors.
This Marius and Cosette necklace is a handmade pendant with a small heart charm, made from book pages of the Les Miserables novel. Wouldn't it look lovely in your wardrobe?
Get the handmade Les Miserables necklace from AuthoredAdornments on Etsy.
Photo Credits (from top): Gentleman Bunny, Sakacon, Etsy/storiarts, True Colors, Etsy/AuthoredAdornments