Monday, February 13, 2012

Cherub Hanger

Okay, this is the cherub plaque I showed you in my last post.






I made this piece with one of my wood plaques, and a plaster cherub.  I made the cherub with a soap mold, and plaster of paris.





I just poured the plaster in, and let it harden.





After attaching the cherub to the plaque, and filling in any gaps, I did my thing with my "Old World" finish.






"Dream" was applied with my vintage stamps.  I made the flip side pretty too, with vintage wallpaper.







There you have it.  Gotta get at furniture today.  See ya soon.


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19 comments:

  1. You come up with the prettiest things! I love this!

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  2. Rosemary, how sweet and my SIL uses plaster for various projects and they turn out pretty too. xoxo, olive

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  3. That looks fabulous! What a talent you have for beautiful creations! Love it!
    Lorraine

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  4. Rosemary, this is adorable. You always make the cutest things! Be sure to stop by and get in on my latest giveaway! Have a Happy Valentine's Day!

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  5. I love this Rosemary, the Cherub is perfect and so is the beautiful wall paper on the back.

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  6. That is beautiful, and you did a great job!! Thanks for stopping by too!

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  7. So cute. Your special old world finish is the perfect touch! Thanks for stopping by, Mary Alice

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  8. Now I want to find a cherub mold love what you have created and thank u for taking the time to make a tutorial

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  9. Very neat, Rosemary! A soap mold ~ you amaze me!

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  10. BEAUTIFUL~! you should have your own tv show. I'd watch everyday.

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  11. What a great idea Rosemary you are so clever. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. so sweet! I just LOVE it rosemary. (like everything you do!!) sigh...

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  13. Just gorgeous! Happy Valentine's Day!!!
    ~Des

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  14. I love the plaster of Paris angel! You are clever! What glue did you use to attach it to the plaque?? Thanks for visiting Wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com
    love your blog...
    Nancy

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  15. always inspirational!!
    keep it up and thanks...

    Karen

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  16. So pretty--I love cherubs! Have always decorated with them since I was a kid!

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  17. Hi Rosemary,

    Your cherub is so perfect for Valentine's Day!

    xo,
    Dee

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  18. Vintage wallpapers are look so beautiful.This type of wall papers are really attract the designs.


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