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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

My Christmas Angel

Every Christmas season I wear my Christmas Angel pin.


I'll show you how to make them. You will need wooden wings and wooden rounds for the heads. A sparkly pipe cleaner for the halo, white paint, flesh colored paint, a pen that writes gold, pin backs, skinny ribbon, Q tip, rouge, mod podge and glue.

Paint the wings with two coats of white paint. Paint the heads flesh color. Let dry.


Draw the face on with the gold writing pen. Use a Q tip to dot rouge on her cheeks.


Make halos with the pipe cleaner and use the gold pen to decorate the wings with dashes and stars.


Glue the head onto the wings and glue the halo onto the head. Put a coat of mod podge on the angel. When it dries, this will give it a pretty sheen.


Tie the skinny ribbon into a bow and glue to the bottom of her face and glue the pin back onto the back of the wings.


If you wish to give them as a gift to someone, print off angel clip art on card stock and cut into rectangles. Punch holes into it for the pin back to go into.


Everyone needs a Christmas Angel to help them through each day.

9 comments:

  1. You have so many good ideas. I love these little angel pins. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I need a Christmas angel this week! Very cute.

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  3. Janet,those are really pretty,and easy to make,you have all kinds of great ideas....thanks for sharing...

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  4. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
    Your little angel pins are so sweet.
    Sorry to hear about your FIL...
    Your Christmas trees are very nice. I only put up one and admire you gals who put up more than one.
    Deb :)

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  5. Those are adorable!! I love how they are wearing "real" blush:)

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  6. Those are adorable! You are so creative. I will definitely be making those, they are so simple, but so cute.

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  7. Oh I love them! What a perfect little gift to give to teachers at school or anyone for that matter.

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