Friday, February 1, 2013

Happy February 1

I just can't believe we are already to February amazing how time flies. I am busy planning a trip to Canada and it's so pretty this weekend I am thinking it would be nice to have a picnic with the family. We will see if that pans out.

I have two more crystal suncatchers to talk about today and they are Angels as well, see a previous post.  

    In November and December I planed out a few new angel suncatchers to make and bought the supplies to make them, but i got so busy and then took a break from creating for a month!  I left everything sitting out though each day I would look at it but still would not put my ideas together, then this week I finally got my butt in gear and made the four more angels. 

Here is the other two Crystal Angel Suncatchers.


Angel Baby, Angel of Rainbows, I made this one with 8 beads for the wings instead of the six I normally do to create the real rainbow. A rainbow is made up of seven colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Following the real rainbow sequence starting with the red in the photo upper left and went through the colors until I got the greens, I added a emerald green bead and then the antique green drop and then a peridot green bead and then onto the indigo and violet. The yellow bead is hiding a bit behind the red in this photo. In any event she is for sale at Krystal Kat's or my Etsy Shop Krystal Kat's Moon Beams  

Another photo so you can see the yellow crystal hiding in the first photo.




This cute Angel Baby,  Angel of Boys, is like another I have for boys except this drop is blue where as the other is clear. Find this angel crystal suncatcher at Krystal Kat's or my Etsy Shop, Krystal Kat's Moon Beams.

Have a wonderful Friday! and be sure to check out my last post for Kat's Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

4 comments:

  1. Wow, these are gorgeous! I love the colors.

    Your new look on your blog is lovely - bright and cheerful :)

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  2. Gorgeous, I can only imagine how pretty the rainbow one is when the light hits it. My hubby bought me some supplies for christmas to start making my own jewelry, some day it would be nice to make some beauties like this, you have given me great inspiration!

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  3. I love prisms. I have a wind chime hanging in my bedroom and love to see the rainbows when the sun shines through - I hope you have a blessed weekend,
    Kathy

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  4. Thanks for joining my blog - I have just been looking through your, you make some very beautiful sun catchers! I love the angel ones. You make beautiful things

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Have a wonderful day! ~Kat