Also in 2017 there are – of course – new members in the Karoo Angels family. Different styles and personalities – here they are!
In between Amorey’s white feather dress you will notice some sparkling crystal glass beads – she wanted a brand new style to be introduced in the Angel family. With all the focus on the dress, Amorey keeps the rest simple: Silver halo on the felt head, and plain knitted wings. Her name suits her well, meaning “brave”.
“I want to look like the Karoo sky on a rainy day”, Jo-Anne said, and so she does. With felt head, pale blue beads on wings and halo, and cream feather dress, Jo-Anne says thank you for the rain that falls on the Karoo plains. No wonder her name means “God is gracious”.
Nelly’s flower shaped round wings and small ornamental necklace makes her so special and gracious – this lady knows how to carry her beauty. Simple silver halo, felt head and white feather dress are her other features. Nelly means “shining light” – and indeed she is!
The statement black-and-white dress of Karen makes her indeed well noted. Here she is wearing a black halo on her felt head, and black beads on her wings. Dramatic and simple – just as her name, which means “pure”.
Meet Karen Draai!
Again something really different: Karen with her black-and-white dress. A bold and strong-minded personality, Karen has for this version chosen wire head, and white beads to adorn both her wings and halo.
Meet the garland Angels!
Some of the Baba angels like so much to be together, playing and having a good time! Juliana and Lisa Babas have formed small garlands, neatly woven together, and with a fine silver thread on each side, so that they can watch the world around them from where ever you want to hang them.