I’ll Fly Away in Glory

angelkitty.jpgOkay it’s Friday, feet back on the ground please!  It’s time for a little polymer clay goofiness. 

Calling all angels: spend some time this weekend earning your wings or rather creating them with these polymer clay projects that I’ve scrounged up from various internet archives.

First is Angel Kitty by Kris Richards, don’t you won’t one for your fridge?  Perhaps a little reminder to be good when you open the door. Okay, maybe you’ll replace that halo with horns.

angelwing.jpgI think this angel wing project by Linda Hess has some rather sublime potential. I could see this sliced up and used as charms on a necklace or a few thin slices of the cane as earrings.  I may even try this one!

And even more feathery goodness:

Dona Kato’s Feather Cane

Jean Sheppard’s Gertsch Feather Cane

The Old Canes Feather, also from Jean, is a quite a clever way to recycle your old canes.

I’d love to see some your inspired winged creations.  Post a link in the comments section to share them.

Remember: “Every time a toaster oven bell rings, an angel gets their wings!”  Happy creating and I’ll see you back here on Monday.

[tags]polymer clay, projects, diy, crafts, angel crafts[/tags]


  1. says

    What a lovely surprise to see my angel wing cane mentioned! I hope you try it. Please be sure to send me a photo of whatever you make.
    Linda H

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