Trying to post pics again!!
That is very pretty, is that staind glass on it?
Yes it is stained glass
I sent you an email oldcrafty about posting pictures...I hope it will help. What I can see is really beautiful!! Did you make these cement crosses yourself? If so, we need details and instructions please!
Those are all very pretty!
Oh those are beautiful! I would love to see the rest of your Crosses, but larger, I am sure the detailed work you did will be a sight to behold!
Very pretty! Is the angel a little statue? I'm with the other folks that would like to see bigger pictures. These old eyes need HUGE pictures. lol! Keep those pictures coming in any size!
Lovely job, I want to make a very large one for my yard, was thinking of a celtic one,oh about 5ft high!!! Can I hear an AMEN!? Thanks for posting, I forgot about that project/idea!!!heh heh!
I went on line and ordered a cement mold after seeing and buying one already made at a craft show. Just loved the one I bought and decided I needed more. So far have made about 20 and most of them have been given away! Full strenghth cement was too heavy so I add Vermiculite in place of some of the sand and makes easier to handle as they don't weigh so much. On the flat ones with no figurine I put the glas in first and pour the cement on top, let cure 24 hours and then flip out of the mold. I have been a real regular at GS's and thrift shops looking for "just right" figurines to put in the centers. The one posted is a ceramic angle that used to be a shelf sitter. This one was made for a relative that had breast cancer. Told her that was her guardian angel. My ideas are running wild, I have one with a ceremic rose, a little girl figurine, a wall cross with a little boy praying for a toddler, birds, and I want to do one with deer antlers. for those done with figurines I pour the cement in, place the figure where I want it and let cure. Then I glue on the glas, let cure, then grout, let cure and then seal.