Cut a piece of freezer paper slightly larger than a piece of printer paper - iron to a piece of fabric, trim down to copy paper size (prevents stray fabric from messing up your printer) - find a picture of angel wings you like and print off. These are not colorfast, but can be backed and quilted. You can also print off onto the heavier sew in interfacing (pellon?)
Search for angel wings in clip art - plenty of free sites on the web.
I use shoulder pads for angel wings. They can be trimmed with lace, ribbons, paints, covered with fabric, whatever your imagination likes.
I have made Angels with cloth wings. I have used the lace collars that can be added to sweaters. They sometimes come in a Battenburg design.
Best bet,said b-4 orientaltrading.com I ordered WINGS for my latest project.I bought the"feather"ones.Was more than pleased when they came...
www.factorydirectcraft.com carries a wide variety of angel wings. All types of materials
Have you looked at the craft kits @ OrientalTrading.com.? They have many angel crafts.
If you find wings in pictures, like butterflies, you can trace them on to non woven fabric and embellish.
go to the local crafts store. or even your local dollar store and look there. they are most likely in the doll section of the store. the sewing/fabric store is usually a little more expensive..but as a last resort... better yet,,,call them as long as you can explain what your looking for in detail.
I have these in my craft shop!! Email me..
I have gold,silver and white iridescent.
Have you considered making the wings from canvas paper or felt? should be easy to cut out and hot glue onto the project. Also I have made angel wings from wired ribbon loops. Hope this helps good luck 3rd idea they sell packages of feathers and I have cut them to size and glued on angel wings that way
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