Christmas angels -- junk style

December 1st, 2008 in member junk     
junkermidge junkermidge, member
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These are some of the ingredients I used in making the angels:  post or leg from a waterbed, old table leg, weird plastic thingy that I cut in half -- I usually steer clear of plastic but I grabbed this for some reason. 
This is the beginning of another junk pile of goodies for making more angels.  Do you see what I see?

Here are some angels I made from miscellaneous junk -- old table legs, bedposts, tabletops (cut in half), shelves, shelf brackets, spindles, doodads from wherever.  I assembled, painted white, and then antiqued. 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, seasonal, wood, white

Comments (7)

thefett writes: Very cool - they make a great set! Posted: 12:49 am on January 8th
eliz2nd writes: thanks for opening my eyes to these charming beauties Posted: 10:39 am on February 3rd
pizzawife writes: I love your angels! Now I'm going to be looking for old tables with great legs! thanks for the idea

Jenn Posted: 8:40 am on December 5th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Look at how pretty you made all those pieces-parts! Very nice. n That "weird plastic thing" turned out to be the perfect angel wings.

Thanks for sharing more great angel ideas!

Candy Posted: 6:51 am on December 2nd
rosesandrust writes: I love your angels and all that junk you make them with!!!
Thanks for sharing! Rose Posted: 7:30 pm on December 1st
LuAnn writes: You certainly have the knack. Good job.

LuAnn Posted: 7:26 pm on December 1st
suewhitney writes: Look at you and your junk piles! Don't you just love what junk can become?? I know ya do. Nice job, girlfriend.

Be well,
Sue Posted: 6:56 pm on December 1st
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