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16 Angel Crafts to Make: Homemade Christmas Ornaments & Decorations

Angels are a beautiful symbol with which to decorate your home, whether you are decorating for the holidays or creating permanent fixtures for various rooms.

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Mini Mittens Ornaments

Mini Mitten Ornaments Knit mini mitten ornaments this holiday season. Make tons of these easy knit ornaments and give them as gifts or use to decorate your home with wintery wonder.

 

Recycled Can Snowman Ornament

Recycled Can Snowman Ornament Save recycled materials to create quick and easy homemade Christmas ornaments to hang on your tree. Cover the can in fabric and paint to bring it to life. The more you add your Recycled Can Snowman Ornament., the more unique it will look.

 

Dated Angel Ornament

Cross Stitch Angel Ornament This beautiful Dated Angel Ornament is a wonderful way to remember a special moment in your life. From documenting a monumental year to commemorating the date your child was born, this beautiful cross stitch ornament is a lovely way to add a little something special to your holiday decor this year. This personalized ornament would also make a wonderful gift for children and adults alike.

 

Crochet Star Ornament

Crochet Star Ornament Use this easy crochet pattern to create a star Christmas ornament in green and red. With a few skeins of yarn, you could decorate your trees exclusively with this pretty ornament.

 

Recycled Snowflake Ornament

Recycled Snowflake Ornament Gather up your favorite buttons and an empty cereal box for your next round of Christmas ornament crafts. A Recycled Snowflake Ornament is a frugal option for budget-conscious crafters. Hang this elegant piece on your tree for a touch of fun. Customize the piece with craft wire and rhinestones - no two snowflakes should look the same.

 

Cute Easy Clay Snowman Ornaments

Clay Snowman Ornament Give a great gift or decorate your house with frosty the snowman. These cute ornaments will make anyone smile.

 

Crochet Santa Ornament

Crochet Santa Ornament Decorate your tree with some santas. Crochet this jolly ornament in a few easy steps. Using worsted yarn you can adorn your tree with new and exciting ornaments. Free crochet patterns are great for the holiday season.

 

Glittery Christmas Pinecone Ornaments

Glittery Christmas Pinecone Ornaments Make a statement with Glittery Christmas Pinecone Ornaments. It doesn't cost much to create this pinecone Christmas craft. Best of all, it's a fun project.

 

Baby's 1st Christmas Ornament

Babys 1st Christmas Ornament Remember Baby's first Christmas for years to come with this special painted, porcelain ornament. Add the baby's name for a personalized touch. This is a great holiday project for those new to painting and it makes a wonderful handmade gift idea for new parents. Great for little girls and boys alike, this ornament is sure to be cherished and appreciated for years to come.

 

Bearded Santa Ornament

Bearded Santa Claus Ornament Use fresh, rather than traditional colors, to create a Santa Claus ornament with a wonderfully textured beard. This would make a great gift at the holidays.

 

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