Just In Time! Five Adorable Denim Angel Ornaments

denim angel ornaments“When in doubt, wear denim” – unknown

These angel ornaments have no doubts, whatsoever! Sporting denim robes, they sing with confidence to the glory of the season upon us.

Using leftover materials from our various rehab, renovation and remodeling projects is almost a game for me.  It calls on a creative part  merging with frugality.  What emerges is something new, fresh and useful.
Most of the time I work with red slate, some wood element and denim.  In the case of these creations, I used all three, plus one.  This Choir of five handmade denim angel ornaments have four common elements:
  • blue jean pocket gowns – vintage, of course!
  • halos of Vermont red slate – from the redo of the roof of our home
  • recycled wooden porch spindles from our historic home redo that have been left in their rustic state
  • a vintage eye hook to hold the halo on and from which each fly.

Each wears a crown of denim.

Angel Ornaments With Names!

Apparently, from the varied expressions on their faces they are in different angel moods:

  • The “baby” angel, only 5″ long, seems quite content
  • The Princess, with the button sash, is wide mouthed with joy
  • Sparkles with the glittery sash seems quite happy
  • Mss oriental angel is all smiles.
  • Then there is Mr. Grumps, who does not appear to be in a good mood at all. Still, he is cute!

Other than the baby, they all measure approximately 7″ long.

These will add an eye catching element to your tree, window display or other unique holiday decoration.   They would be reallysweet paired with this denim wreath from my on-line shop!

Just in time for the Christmas Season.
Check these and other items at my on-line shop.
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at nhcullen@cfaith.com

I am a former air traffic controller, pilot, Aircoupe owner, married 42 years to a great guy. We live in a 125+ year old historic Victorian, enjoy cats, vintage anything, precious friends. My passion is Giving Lost Stories A Voice – Giving Found Materials Fresh Form and Purpose!

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