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Angel in Frame Ornament

By: Ann Koeman for FaveCrafts.com
Angel in Frame Ornament
Angel in Frame Ornament
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"Pretty Frame with Christmas Angel. Made with Air Dry Clay from creative Paper CLay. Vintage and fragile looking. Easy to make and takes very few supplies. All you need is some Air Drying CLay, a mold for a tiny frame, a vintage, or vintage looking image, some paint, and string. Learn to make items with the light weight and quick to dry paperclay. Make many ornaments for your tree for many years of memories to come."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsClay, Paper

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Intermediate

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Creative Paperclay® modeling material
  • Silicone moulds by Mod Podge, and Martha Stewart
  • Silk Glazes in: African Jade, Oyster, and Ginger Peach
  • Hot glue gun and glue stick
  • String
  • Vintage paper Christmas gift tag / image

Instructions

  1. Take some Creative Paperclay® modeling material and knead it lightly and roll into a skinny sausage to put into the frame mould.  Roll another small piece of Creative Paperclay® modeling material into a ball and push into the bow frame.

  2. After a couple of hours (Depending on your climate) push on the mould to release the  ornament carefully and let dry over night maybe even 24 hours.

  3. Once the ornament pieces are dry, colour them with some glazes, inks, or paints.  Let the colour dry.

  4. Trim the image if needed.  Using some hot glue, adhere the bow to the frame.  Adhere the string to the image at the top on the front.  Glue the frame over the image making sure the string part stays hidden.  Let dry.

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