I left you with this image:
Using the same midnight blue craft paint as the bedroom floor, I painted the chairs. You may recall that the triangle wood was repurposed from a craft kit, as a result, there is a hole in each piece near the top. Instead of filling the hole in with wood puddy, I used it to my advantage to pull in other colors. I painted the circle of the flower the same red as the table, painted light blue petals and added hints of pink. After the paint was dry I added a clear coat because we were blessed with a beautiful 65 degree day here in Colorado, I too the chairs outside and used a clear coat spray (it stunk- like stunk up the craft room for days). You can use a brush on clear coat. I do think covering with a clear coat is important because it will avoid a potential transfer of color paint mar on your dolls during play.
After the chairs were painted, I set off to make the slipper portion. I cut 4 squares of fabric for each side. I used my serger to help with the cutting and planned to leave serged seam facing outward. For a cleaner look, you could sew the seams inward using a serger or using a normal sewing machine. If you don't have a sewing beast, sew up the seams by hand or use a zig-zag pair of scissors to prevent threading.
After I gaining the measurements, using my serger to cut out the panels, I was left with two sets of 4 panels.
After that, I heated up my glue gun and begin placing the panels on each side.
The end result was two cute little chairs that were spruced up a bit. I may go back and add some beading or ribbon where the fabric panel meets the wood.