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Angel Charm

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Let the angels be with you. This cute and unique blue angel can be yours in only a few easy steps. All you need are some beads, a pin and some angel wings. This project comes from Angie Beauchamp of the Charm Factory.  Making your own angel charms is fun and easy to do for yourself or a great gift. You can use round beads of your choice in a variety of colors. This angel utilizes a sterling silver angel wings bead and blue cat’s eye beads for color.

Materials:

  • 1-1/2” long head pin (Use a 2” long pin if easier to maneuver)
  • 4mm round bead
  • 6mm round bead
  • 4mm Bali style flat flower bead
  • Angel wings bead from the Charm Factory
  • Round nose pliers
  • Flat or needle nose pliers

 

Instructions:

  1. Slide the 6mm round bead onto the head pin to make the body.
     
  2. Slide the angel wings bead on next.
     
  3. Then put the 4mm round bead on to make the head.
     
  4. Next the 4mm Bali style flat flower bead goes on to make the halo.
     
  5. Take the round nose pliers and grab the head pin right above the halo. Wrap the pin around the pliers to make a circle.
     
  6. Hold the circle you just made with flat or needle nose pliers. With your hand, wrap the pin around the circle three times. This will keep the beads tight together.
     
  7. Cut off the excess pin length with the needle nose pliers.
     
  8. Add a jump ring or spring ring to attach your charm to a bracelet, other jewelry, etc.
     

 

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Nov 8, 2013

I have not made this yet,but,just looking at it.I really LOVE the Angel Charm.

 

Sep 19, 2013

getting ready to start making them for Christmas presents dangles. Put it on the ribbon used to wrap the gift. They also can be made for the gift add a claw type clasp for a key chain or a pin. I use 6 and 8 mm beads with butterfly wings and crystal spacers for the halo. 2 different color beads look nice too use a lighter color for the head. Just a thought

 

12 Ratings

Mar 9, 2013

wow, it was nice and easy. I want to make one but where can we buy the wing bead and the flat flower bead?

 

Jun 18, 2012

Wow! That was really simple and easy! Thank you

 

Feb 26, 2012

what????

 

Jun 29, 2011

This is a easy and nice charm to make!

 

Jan 18, 2011

You can get an Angel earring kit with step by step photo instructions at http://www.cottagehousecreations.com for only $2.79. I got one of each in both silver and gold.

 

Dec 2, 2010

You can order the parts online or by phone from Fire Mountain. Just go to www.firemountaingems.com. You can use a search term at the top left hand column so just enter the word wings or angel wings. They have several varities. I like the small wings because they make cute charms and earrings. Look in their pattern section for some fun holiday earrings with the angel wings.

 

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