My Newest Angels

January 18th, 2009 in member junk     
saclark saclark, member
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For this angel I used old ceiling tin trim for the wings and one of my spoon flowers for her to hold.
This one I used 2 pieces of an old frame for the wings and faucet handles for the flower bouquet.
For this angel I used old ceiling tin trim for the wings and one of my spoon flowers for her to hold.

For this angel I used old ceiling tin trim for the wings and one of my spoon flowers for her to hold.


One of my customers wanted me to make them an angel to sit on her front porch.  Her only request was that it was large enough to be seen from the road.  I went into my storage room and just looked around til I found items that would work.  The faces are enamel pot lids.  The fence pickets were perfect for the body.  And of course, they needed some feathers on their wings so I added the forks.  I made the 2 and let her pick.  I think she was shocked at just how large I had made them!  She liked the frame wings cause there was a little more color. 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk

Comments (13)

bluebucket writes: I love your angels! Recently I bought a lot job of spindles, chair backs etc. at an auction. I didn't know what I'd do with them and they probably would have sat around forever but I saw your angels and immediately made a couple. Thanks! Posted: 10:46 am on September 7th
Chovey writes: Sharon, I have a new email. Write me at: obieash47@hotmail.com

cynthia Posted: 8:34 pm on July 13th
Chovey writes: Sharon!
I have a new email address!
obieash47@hotmail.com
cynthia Posted: 6:54 pm on June 19th
saclark writes: Thanks for all of your wonderful compliments! I've missed that "boost" I get from all of you. I worked extra time in December to cover for our secretary and now it's tax season (Yes, I work for an accountant!) I sneak on when I can to see what all of you are up to. Sorry I haven't posted any comments, but please know that I LOVE all of your ideas and super junkiness!

LuAnn- I'm SICK of snow!!! But it sounds like you got even more than we did. Thank goodness hubby's workshop is heated!
Not that I've been out there much.

Midge- These were so fun to make, I'm sure you could put your own twist on them to make them even better. I sell angels year round and really don't change them for the seasons. The potato masher angels sold as soon as I took them to the store. After all, angels are always around us!

Keep up the good work everyone!!!!!!!!

Sharon Posted: 9:04 pm on January 20th
CottageElements writes: Sharon, where you been? Thanks for sharing your cute angels. I especial love the spoon flower! Great post!

Lani Posted: 8:39 pm on January 19th
MelHow writes: Both are fabulous!! You are amazing... Posted: 4:56 pm on January 19th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love the sweet spigot handle bouquet the one is holding. So cute!
Candy Posted: 6:28 pm on January 18th
georgiamoon writes: Sharon we have missed you and your angels. They are so beautiful and creative. And big. And super duper cool! Georgia Posted: 2:27 pm on January 18th
junkermidge writes: Sharon,
THERE you are! And you brought the angels with you! Oh, my gosh. I love these SO much I can hardly stand it! I want to try some too, if you don't mind. Question: I realize this was a special order, but are your angels more popular at Christmas, or do you find you can sell them anytime of year? Do you make them more gardeny for year around? I'm sorry I'm rambling. You got my head spinning.
Midge Posted: 2:23 pm on January 18th
LuAnn writes: Sharon:

Very creative. I love these angels.

LuAnn

PS Have you dug yourself out of the snow yet! Posted: 1:31 pm on January 18th
suewhitney writes: Spectacular as usual...love her! It's so good to see another one of your creations. I'm sure your customer is delighted!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 11:41 am on January 18th
Redesigned writes: This is precious and absolutely gorgeous, I have a passion for faceless angels! You are very gifted and talented.
Sue
Posted: 11:39 am on January 18th
chiccottagejunk writes: Oh, my gosh are these gorgeous! What a great imagination and super use of Junk! So much character and charm. :) Posted: 11:30 am on January 18th
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