Bath Pouf Angel

By Noreen Doll.

You need only a few things to put a fluffy bath pouf angel together.

The angel can be placed in a centerpiece or hung by the loop attached to the pouf.Crafty Journal - Bath Pouf Angel


What You Need

l Large or 2 Medium White Bath Poufs

2 Coffee Filters

1 Gold or Silver Pipe Cleaner

Gold or Silver Ribbon – to match the pipe cleaner

Warm Melt Glue

Needle and Thread.


1. If using 2 medium bath poufs, use the needle and thread to stitch one on top of the other, tucking the loop in between the two.

Run the thread through both poufs 2 or 3 times before knotting.

2. To make a wing, fold a coffee filter in half and crease the fold.

Cut off about 1/4 of the half circle as shown.

The bottom piece is what the finished wing will look like.

Use double sided tape along the open edges of each wing to hold the edges together.

Make a second wing the same way.

3. Curve the wings like a bowl.

4. Use a gold or silver pipe cleaner to make a halo for the bath pouf angel.

Make a bend about 6 inches in from one end, and form the rest of the pipe cleaner into a circle.

Wrap the end of the circle around the pipe cleaner near the bend, as shown.

5. Tie a ribbon at about the center of the top bath pouf. Tie it snuggly so that it makes an indentation in the pouf for the angel’s neck.

[If using 1 bath pouf, tie the ribbon about 1/3 of the way down from the top.]

Tie a nice bow in the ribbon at the front.

Crafty Journal - Bath Pouf Angel

I did have to adjust the pouf above and below the ribbon to make it look nice.

6. Tuck the long end of the halo behind the ribbon and into the folds of the bath pouf.

Pull it down until the halo looks how you like it. Trim off any excess pipe cleaner.

Sew a few snug stitches around the pipe cleaner end and into the poufs above and below the ribbon to hold it nicely in place.

(You could use hot glue to hold the pipe cleaner, but it could melt the nylon pouf, and the stitches would hold better.)

7. Pin or glue the wings in place and use a few stitches on each one above and below the point to hold.

The bath pouf angel is ready to be used. It is not a toy and should not be played with by children.


Bath poufs can be a little difficult to work with, and I’ve found that usually a few stitches work better than glue for holding parts in place. The stitching will be behind the angel and out of sight.

Use glitter on the edges of the wings for a sparkly look.

Pastel colors could be used instead of white bath poufs.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. How cute! Visiting from Meet Me Monday!

  2. cute idea!

  3. It’s party time over at Debt Free Mommy Blog and you’re invited! Please come by and link up any post(s) related to making your home a better space. I hope you’ll join us for Making Space Mondays. Hope to see you there! -Tabitha

  4. So clever. Thanks so much for sharing on Motivated Monday.

  5. How cool is that?!?

  6. This is sooo pretty Noreen! Such an original Angel!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!
    P.S. Don’t forget to add my button or text-link somewhere on your blog.

  7. So very cute! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  8. I’m so glad that I found your blog! What a clever idea. Visiting from DIY Dreamer.


  9. Love it! It would be the perfect addition to a gift of bath gels and bubble bath :) Thanks so much for sharing at Creative Thursday this week. Have a wonderful weekend.


  10. What a neat idea!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  11. So fun, these would be great with a Christmas bath hamper!

  12. You did a great job on your angel. I have never tried to do things like that.

  13. How cute and creative! I love to make gift baskets and this would be a perfect addition! Thanks so much for sharing on Busy MOnday.

  14. I’m stopping for a visit from Six Sisters’ Stuff today!
    I’m having so much fun visiting the participants of this blog linky party.
    So many wonderful and creative ideas.
    What a fun project to do with the kids.

  15. Genius! Who would’ve thought you could take these simple materials and make something beautiful!

  16. This is so cute. I would love to add this to a pampering gift basket, especially at Christmas. Thank you for sharing at my Our Favorite Things Link Party.

  17. Love angels, this is so cute!
    Thanks for linking at tip toe thru tuesday!

  18. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    Awww. These are so super cute! Great idea. Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

  19. Paula-Riverton Housewives says:

    That is such a cute and creative idea! I love it! We’d love for you to link up at our party!

  20. That is just COOL! Thanks so much for sharing on the We Made That Linky!

  21. Oh my goodness! This is adorable and so simple! You’re such a smart cookie! 😉

    Thanks for sharing! See you next week!

  22. so cute, thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!

  23. Super cute! I love it! Thank you for sharing at our
    Pinteresting Party!

  24. Your link had the most views at my party! I am featuring you tomorrow.

  25. Thank you for sharing at Saturday Show and Tell. I hope you’ll be back this week to link up again! Have a great weekend!

  26. Oh how cute! My kids would love to make these for gifts. I pinned it to remember. Thanks so much for linking up with Making Space Mondays! Please come back and link up again soon–the current linky party will be open all through September to give us more moving time. Feel free to link up as many posts as you want about making your spaces better. Thanks again. -Tabitha

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