Easy angel ornaments, greeting cards and gift toppers for kids and adults make. Perfect for home, Sunday School or the classroom.
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The angel crafts below are all made with basic craft materials and supplies you likely already have around the house. There are some terrific angels for kids to hang on the Christmas tree or to send as greeting cards. Adults may like our seashell angels and our wine cork angels. These are lovely draped around the neck of a bottle of wine when giving as a gift at Christmas.
Angel Crafts for All Ages
These Coffee Filter Angels are easy to make in a small group or a large group. All you need are coffee filters, popsicle sticks and pipe cleaners. Kids can put their individual creative flair on their angels’ dresses and faces. CLICK HERE for instructions.
Save your wine corks to make these sweet and simple cork angel ornaments. Hang you angel ornament around the neck of a bottle of wine when giving wine as a gift this Christmas. CLICK HERE for instructions.
If you collected seashells at the beach last summer, turn some of them into adorable angel ornaments to give as gift-toppers, or to hang on your Christmas tree. This is another cute one to hang around the neck of a bottle of wine when giving as a gift. Your angel’s head can be made out of a number of things: pom pom, wooden ball, styrofoam ball, upright button, jingle bell etc. CLICK HERE for instructions.
Make a doily angel Christmas card using artificial flower petals for the angel’s wings. If you don’t have petals, substitute with ribbon. CLICK HERE for instructions.
This cardboard roll angel is just one of the characters in our cardboard roll Nativity set. Make our angel or make the entire kid-friendly nativity set for your kids to play with during the Christmas season. CLICK HERE for instructions.
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