Friday, December 5, 2014

Captured Angel Ornaments and More‏

New Goodies!
Happy Saturday Everyone! This week we have glass domes in three fabulous styles plus several coordinating goodies. I just had to have some Houses and Angels to fit inside! The TINY Primitive Angels are ADORABLE!
In addition to the new goods, the general Christmas Section has over 600 fabulous goodies (all on sale) and our Coffee Break Design Christmas Section is sure to inspire.

Art Time!
When I saw the new Glass Domes I was in love! And I just had to have some Little Houses and Angels to fit inside. I love that the domes can be used as ornaments or pieces to sit on a mantel or shelf.

This was a really fast and fun project. First, I painted all of my Masonite pieces and the chipboard bottom of my Bell Ornament with acrylic paint. I added a bit of vintage sheet music to the angel for her dress.

Once my paint was dry, I distressed my edges and added some detail to my Angel's dress.

The Tiny Angels are SO cute!

It's a good idea to arrange your pieces and then try out the glass top BEFORE gluing your pieces down. The sides flare, so you will want to make sure it all fits. I glued my pieces down with E6000.

Once my glue was dry, I added Glitter Snow with a paint brush. I just LOVE this stuff. It's about the consistency of toothpaste (maybe a bit lighter in weight) and is very easy to manage. I also added a bit to my tree and houses. The houses look adorable with their "snow drifts".

Finally I attached my glass top a added a tinsel bow, which can also second as an ornament hanger. Tip: Obviously you can't actually "tie" a bow with the wire. Form a bow by bending the wire, and then twist the loops around each other. I love my sweet Bell Ornament!

Inspiration By Mary Jane Chadbourne!
Mary Jane Chadbourne used our larger Primitive Angel Art Dolls to create these stunningly festive ornaments! Each one is so creative. Beautiful job Mary Jane!

Inspiration By Lynn Stevens!

Design Team Member Lynn Stevens created this gorgeous glittery Christmas Tree Hutch! The pink and silver is so pretty and vintage. Amazing job Lynn!
(She Also Used Our Plastic White Deer, Cotton Spun Mushrooms, Glass Glitter, Faux Rhinestone Ribbon, Christmas Word Paper Cuts, White Bottle Brush Tree, and Collage Sheet CV58)

Inspiration By Linda Cain!

This fabulous Votive Church Shrine is by Design Team Member Linda Cain! You can find more gorgeous photos of this piece on Linda's Blog. I love how this piece is so reminiscent of vintage Putz houses. Absolutely stunning Linda!

Inspiration By Sherry Matthews!

This lovely Victorian Scrap Angel Ornament is by Sherry Matthews! Her wings are so pretty and that tiny cameo she's wearing is just perfect. So gorgeous Sherry!

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