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14 Best Angel Crafts

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Gold Star Angel OrnamentAngels are a beautiful symbol with which to decorate your home. Whether you are decorating for the holidays or creating permanent fixtures for various rooms, this collection of angel craft projects will help you choose a lovely little angel. These angels are great Christmas crafts.

If you need a pattern to create your angel, we have projects with free angel craft patterns. You can also use your favorite angel images from the net or draw your own. We've also included the popular categories of wire angel craft, kitchen angel craft and Christmas angel craft. Fill your home with the soft warmth of angels.

 

 


Angel Crafts Table of Contents

Free Angel Craft Patterns

Wire Angel Craft

Kitchen Angel Craft

Christmas Angel Craft

 

Free Angel Craft Patterns

Antique Angel Ornament or Wall Decor

 

Wire Angel Craft

Heavenly Angel Centerpiece

 

Kitchen Angel Craft

Patina Topiary Angel

 

Christmas Angel Craft

Crochet Angel Tree Topper

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GramMarci - not sure what kind of ribbon angel pattern you are looking for but I made ribbon angels using a wooden bead for the head. The bead had a hole drilled half way through. The skirt was made of ribbon and glued into the hole of the head. To make the skirt, you took two pieces of ribbon about 6 inches long and folded them in half crossways. Then you glue the cut ends into the hole in the bead. To make the wings, you took a piece of ribbon (I used the same ribbon as the skirt) approximately eight inches long. Lay the ribbon out, glue the ends together to form a loop with the ends in the middle of the loop. Wrap the ribbon for the wings in the middle with a piece of very fine guage wire that you have folded in half and made long enough to come up the back of your angel to form a loop just above the head of the angel for hanging on the tree. Glue the wings to the back of the skirt just under the bead head, where the wire wrap is. You can now embellish your angel with little tiny flowers under her chin or tie some sparkly ribbon in a bow under her chin or tiny peals. Glue some curly doll hair to her little bead head. And of course, I forgot to tell you. Draw some eyes and a mouth on the head before you start with a very fine micron pen. I used a 005. After her hair is glued on, you can take a very narrow wired ribbon to make a halo or whatever you find suitable and glue that lightly to her hair. Hope this helps. It might be a bit hard to understand but I can't draw it out for you. The wooden bead I used for the head was approximately 34 to 1 inch in diameter. Happy crafting

Theses are the sweetest angels. Can't wait to make some .

Well, its been 4 years since you answered GramMarci's search for the ribbon angel ornament. Today I found your e-mail to her on the favecrafts.com website, almost 4 years later, and I just wanted to tell you thank you for sending it in. This angel sounds darling, and I can't wait to give it a try.

I am looking for a pattern of an angel made, using French ribbon ( the ribbon with light wire running down both sides. Does anyone have this pattern that they would share with me?

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