Monday, October 29, 2012

Angels and Cherubs

No, I did not take a break from creating with clay this weekend.  Lots of orders, and lots of ideas.



Angels and cherubs were the theme.






I tweaked my cherub plaque a bit.  A natural finish with a little more detail around the edges.



Cherubs on hearts.




Okay, I did something other than angels and cherubs.



Won't be taking many clay breaks anytime soon. However, I'm making a tiny bit of progress with my living room.  Maybe I'll have it finished by Christmas.  Ugh.

Sharing With:
French Country Cottage: Feathered Nest Friday
At The Picket Fence: Inspiration Friday
Timewashed: Blissful Whites Wednesday

33 comments:

  1. wow, are you going to post on your living room? I can't say I remember ever seeing pics of your house! I would love to though!

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  2. As always........soooo pretty.

    Candy
    PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com

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  3. Soooo pretty, Rosemary! I just adore how you create these! And I agree with Amy. Looking forward to seeing photos of your home!

    xoxo laurie

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  4. You are on a beautiful roll. Beautiful.

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

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  5. That cherub would make a lovely framed intaglio, backed by velvet,in a gold frame, I think.
    Lovely, as usual!

    xo

    Andie

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  6. Rosemary, you truly create the most beautiful pieces! I can see that you are going to be very busy, right thru the holidays!

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  7. *squeals with delight* Oh, Rosemary, your new clay pieces are gorgeous!♥ I especially love the intensified edge detail on your cherub plaques, the be-still-my-heart rose tags, and the exquisite angel tags--those wings are breathtaking!

    xoxo

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  8. These are all so wonderful, Rosemary! I love coming here to see what you've made.

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  9. Love your latest work--the edging around the cherub looks great! Love that rose!!!

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  10. Love that cherub, Rosemary! You are so busy again. I'm on a forced break, although a nice one, since my son came for a surprise visit. I'm hoping to get back on the ball by Wednesday and do a non-stop day of making stuff.

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  11. Those are beautiful angels Rosemary! Have a great Monday:)

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  12. They are all beautiful Rosemary, especially the little cherub one:) Looking forward to seeing your living room!

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  13. These are so precious!! My favorite is the cherub plaque with the detail around the edge.

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  14. Sooooo beautiful. How do you make them? I have made small pictures in clay but only with letters making words and then painted at them...
    Agneta

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  15. These are all Divine!! I like the edging, but I also like the more tattered one on top. Have fun, things will fall into place with your living room. Have a fun week

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  16. I can see them on a Christmas tree with hints of silver. Beautiful. Love that rose.

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  17. You have been a busy girl! Loving all your clay tags with so many different techniques and designs:-)

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  18. You've got a nice variety of those clay tags now. I'm sure they will sell fast!

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  19. Rosemary, these are absolutely stunning! The details in the pieces is amazing! So, so beautiful! Hugs, Leena

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  20. Love these Rosemary, can't wait for my order to get here!! thanks so much!

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  21. Absolutely gorgeous Rosemary! You are beyond talented!
    :-)
    Vanessa

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  22. How great that your clay tags a such a huge success! The livingroom can wait. ~ Maureen

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  23. Your tags are just gorgeous, Rosemary! Can you imagine a Christmas tree full of them? Bet you are even dreaming of clay:)

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  24. Thanks for the sweet comment Rosemary! I just checked out your tutorial on printing on fabric, even though I have printed on fabric, I learned something new from you...thank you! And your sachets are beautiful!

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  25. Thanks for the sweet comment Rosemary! I just checked out your tutorial on printing on fabric, even though I have printed on fabric, I learned something new from you...thank you! And your sachets are beautiful!

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  26. So many talents! So little time. Once again you amaze me.

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  27. Hi Rosemary,
    Love your creations. The angels cherubs are precious and I LOVE the rose.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  28. Rosemary I think that cherub is my favorite of all!! Soooo darling!! Vanna

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  29. Love the floral ones, too, Rosemary! I'm sure these do/will sell like crazy!!

    Thanks so much for sharing on Blissful Whites Wednesday!
    Becky

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