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A lovely little angel

Posted by paintingfool (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 12, 11 at 18:08

Several years ago a friend gave me some wood pieces she had purchased but didn't have a pattern to. This is one of those pieces - I painted it, glittered it, and then just added a wood button for the head. Then after all is finished I found her pattern for cutting the wood - apparently this piece is suppose to hang upside down on the tree - with her arms holding a bell I think - oh, well, she turned out cute anyway.

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RE: A lovely little angel

Hi PF, what a nice surprise to see your little angels. Hope things are going well for you and you are enjoying the holiday season.

I always admire anyone who can take a cutout and come up with their own design for it! Anj is good at doing that too. Cute little angels, and I love how sweet the faces are on that little button.


RE: A lovely little angel

Your angels are lovely with your roses and sparkles. The faces are really sweet. Great job.

Happy Holidays!


RE: A lovely little angel

Sweet little angels. They look like they are singing Christmas carols. Love it that you painted different rose designs on them. The added sparkles are so pretty too.


RE: A lovely little angel

They are very cute and oh so sweet, PF! I love what you did with them. Yours are one-of-a-kinds, which makes them that much more valuable. Their pretty pastel pink really shows up on the tree. Hope you have a great Christmas!

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