Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Broken china project

 
This is not a new project for me. I started making these little angels last year from broken china plates. Can you see that her "dress" is made from a plate?  My friend Sarah at Quality handcut mosaic tiles by Judy Snow on Etsy helps with the cutting and provides the dresses.  She was very sweet to respond to my custom order last year and immediately understood my vision. I just came across three of the cut outs today while organizing my studio supplies! I'm feeling inspired again!
 
The angels are altered using scrapbook paper, lace, vintage hardware...whatever I have on hand. I then mount the finished angel on a book cover and hang with lace or chain.
I love using found objects for their halos and wings.  So far I've only used wire for their legs but have considered skeleton keys. 
If you have followed my blog for a few months, you may remember this post.  I made a little fairy too from broken or cut china.  My daughter's love of fairies inspired me.
This is a fun project and great way to use your smalls that you have collected.  I'm going to display my angels with some of my Christmas decorations and link this post up to White Wednesday at Faded Charm.  Have a safe week everyone as you rush around finishing up holiday shopping and such.  Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy day to stop by here! I love your comments and appreciate your follows.

21 comments:

  1. WOW, Vicki, these are awesome!

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  2. Those are fantastic! Something I would definitely like to try!

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  3. You always craft the neatest unique things. Love those.

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  4. i love your angels!!!
    best regards,
    Wanda

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  5. Wow Vicki!
    These angels are as cute as they can be! I'm going to see if my sister has any mosaic pieces that she'll let me have! Lol! The scraps you can use are endless! Great idea, girl! I already saw the fairy you made your daughter awhile back and she is adorable too!
    Merry Christmas,
    Sonya

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  6. Your plate angels are so very, very cute and creative! Just lovely!

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  7. How creative and sweet, Vicki! The broken plates make such cute dresses and your embellishments are so pretty!

    Happy Holidays!

    XO,
    Jane

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  8. Love your charming angels, Vicki! So creative!

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  9. How unique! Love that it is a new idea. High five!

    Judy

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  10. what a great idea! I've never seen anything like them. just beautifull! Happy WW and TFS!

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  11. Vicki, your little angel is so sweet. I love how you embellished it! You are just so crafty and creative and I love all your projects. Wishing you and your family a very Blessed Christmas and all the happy things this special holiday brings.

    Blessings my friend,
    Gail

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  12. Beautiful and so inspiring how you see things clearly from outside the box.
    tammy

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  13. Hi Vicki, your angels are so adorable... what a great ideal, I've never seen any like them before! Hope you and your family have a wonderful and blessed Christmas~~ Daphne

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  14. Christmas Blessings to you and your family, From my mountain to yours Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  15. Vicki,
    These angels are so cute! You are so creative. I look forward to following to see more. Thanks so much for coming by my blog and for becoming a follower! I think I'll start collecting junk jewelry now for that tree next year!
    Have a Merry CHRISTmas and New Year full of family and blessings!
    Missy

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  16. Oh my gosh, Vicki--these are perfection!!! I love them!! Such a gorgeous project!!!
    XO

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  17. Those are just charming. I am gladnyou found someone to help cut the dresses. I would have never thought of that! It is a clever, very unique look!
    Suz

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  18. I totally am in love with these, need to make some for Christmas this year. Thanks for all the fun ideas.

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