make the flesh color for the angel, use the color scale. Mix C of
yellow, A of red and I of white together. Mix well and leave slay
covered in plastic wrap until you are ready to use to keep it from
I of white with A of red for the dress. You can mix thoroughly and get a
solid pink or mix just a little for the marbled look. Pinch off a ball
of clay and form into a teardrop shape. Spread clay in your palm, like
for the Hearty clay rose petals. Make 3 petals. Layer petals and pinch
the point together to form the top of the angel’s dress. The petals
flare out to form the bottom of the dress. Set aside.
the Color Scale to measure out the clay you will need.Make 4 balls of flesh clay in Size D. roll balls into ½” logs
and flatten slightly. Take 2 for hands and place half under the front
top of the dress. Place the other 2 for feet peeking out from under the
bottom of the dress.
a size G ball of flesh for the head. Roll into a ball then flatten to
about a ½” circle. Place onto the top of the dress above the
outstretched arms. Push in 2 small black beads in the face for eyes.
Brush on a little of the pink decorator chalk for cheeks.
one “rose petal” about 2” wide from white Hearty clay. Push petal
in at the center to form a heart shape. Place pointed end behind the
angel’s head. This is the angel’s wings. Shape as desired.
the 3” of 22 gauge gold wire and form a loop in the middle for the
halo, Twist ends together and stick into clay behind the head,
positioning halo above angel’s head.
a small bow with the 1/8” ribbon and glue below the angel’s neck.
can glue a pin back or magnet behind the angel. You can also tie a
hanger to the halo for use as an ornament.