Saturday, October 10, 2009

Belinda's Angels



When I went to the Post Office Box this morning, I wondered what a pop bottle was doing in my box when I opened it! As I pulled it out I realized it was the angels that Belinda, my friends from Craftsayings Message board had promised me! What a creative way to mail them! And how beautiful are these angels!!!! Several weeks ago, I offered a RAK (random act of kindness) of punch ribbon that I had purchased about 4 years ago to make these angels. Well, obviously I did not get around to it (I guess I need a "round tuit!" ) and will all the fabric I have accumulated, I felt that it was probably not going to be a high priority project so I offered them up to a crafty friend on the board. Belinda was the first to respond. I sent them off to her with a promise that she would send me a couple when she made them. Thank you sooooo much, Belinda. I absolutely adore them and you did such a wonderful job! There are so many talented crafters on that board and it is a wonderful place to visit.

Here is the website for the directions for those of you that are interested:
http://www.dotcomwomen.com/crafts/christmas/punchenello-angels.shtml

Again, Belinda, I am so glad you could use the ribbon and the you enjoyed making these angels. I am delighted with the ones you sent back to me all made up! :) Keep up the good work!!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those are so pretty! Mailing them in the botle is very cute!
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Doreen said...

WOW these are very pretty indeed, well done for sharing your ribbon Marcia and well done Belinda for such lovely work. I loved the bottle mailing idea too, very innovative : )

Janet, said...

Who would have guessed that you could mail something in a bottle. I love angels,too, and have made many different kinds. Those are very pretty.

Joan said...

How was the bottle prepared to use as a mailer?

Anonymous said...

I think the angels are also very pretty. And like all the others I am very interested in how you can use a bottle to mail something in. I have some cute things I would love to mail to my nephew at college in a bottle but not sure what you have to do to be able to mail it. Would love to know.

Judy from GA said...

I have mailed things in a bottle and it is easy and eye catching. Just simply glue the lid on--make a slit on one side to stuff the bottle and then tape over the slit. Then put a large mailing label over the cut area. I put confetti in mine and put the items in the confetti, but that is just one idea of many! :-)

Judy

Shirley said...

How neat! I am an angel fan also and those are so pretty...I may have to try my hand at that.

Thanks for your comment on my blog.
I thought I'd come over and visit with you.

God bless.

fruitfulwords said...

So CUTE! I hope to make some before long. Thanks for sharing.