Snowflake Angel




By Noreen Doll.

A snowflake angel is quick and easy to make and would make a nice little gift to add to the top of a package to be used as an ornament.

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By adding a magnet to the back, you could make it into a magnet instead.

I used wire edged ribbon for the wings, and you could choose white with snowflakes as I did, silver, gold, or even a dark blue. And you can find ribbon at the Dollar Store, so it doesn’t have to be expensive.


I also found the plastic snowflakes at the Dollar store, and there were 10 in the box for $1. You can find them in several sizes – mine are 3 1/2 x 4 inches.

The glitter foam sheet is 8 1/2 inches by 11 1/2 inches and I found it at Walmart. You can make a lot of angel heads with one sheet. The glitter sheet also comes in gold.

A snowflake angel is a good project to do with kids, though if you use hot glue, an adult should handle that part.

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Materials

Snowflake

2 1/2 Inch Wide Wire Edge Ribbon

Small piece of narrow Ribbon

Silver or Gold Glitter Foam

Hot Glue or Tacky Glue

Instructions:

1. Cut a piece of wire edge ribbon about 14 inches long.

2. Fold both ends of the ribbon into the middle and overlap them about an inch or so.

3. Use the small piece of narrow ribbon to tie tightly around the center of the folded ribbon, catching in both ends of the ribbon. You should have a bow.

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4. Turn the snowflake so that one arm is centered at the top. If there is a hanging cord on it, this is the arm that should be at the top.

5. Put some glue on the back of the snowflake slightly above the center of it, and attach the snowflake to the center of the bow.

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The bow should be a little above the center of the snowflake.

6. Cut an oval head shape from the glitter foam, about 5/8 of an inch wide and about 1 inch high.

7. Apply glue to the front of the snowflake, on the center arm where the head will go and attach the head.

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It should be almost at the top of the arm of the snowflake that is straight up.

8. Fluff out the ribbon wings and the snowflake angel is ready to hang.

Tips

The snowflake would really stand out against dark blue ribbon wings.

 

By Noreen Doll

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Comments

  1. Such a sweet angel!

  2. So pretty! I would love to make one for my room as soon as I get my hands on those snow flakes. They give such a nice fairy tale kinda look. :D

    Have a nice day!
    Javeriya

  3. They are really pretty. You could hang them on the tree too.

  4. Those snowflake angels are so pretty! Thanks for the directions to make them.

  5. These are so pretty! And simple! Love them! Thanks for linking up with me!

  6. I love this so much! I’ll have to make one for the tree this year. Thanks for linking up to our Pinteresing Party. :)

  7. Your angel is beautiful – what a clever idea. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Oh, this is such a sweet idea. They would be so pretty hanging off a tree! Thank you for sharing this idea with us at TTF.

  9. Very cute addition to any gift this Christmas!

  10. Oh Thats so cute, I might see if I can find a smaller snowflake and make it a hairbow for my daughters :)

  11. That’s a fun idea! Maybe you can tie the bow onto the snowflake to make it sturdier. I did see several sizes of snowflakes in the Dollar store.

  12. Your angel is so pretty. She would make a perfect gift. Thank you for sharing at my Our Favorite Things Link Party

  13. Very cute! I make lots of hair bows on my blog, http://www.sewsnbows.com. I confess, I hadn’t really thought of them as ornaments for my Christmas tree. How did I miss that? Keep up the good work. I’m going to browse around your site for a bit.
    P.S. found you on Sew Many Ways Linky Party.

  14. Very nice – and great use for a snowflake – thanks for sharing. Joining from Inspire me Monday – http://allthoseartsygirls.blogspot.com/

  15. What a great way to make a pretty Angel!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

  16. OH! I love this. And you’re right this is easy and would make a great last minute gift for a co-worker or neighbor. I would love for you to stop by and share this at Mixer Monday at Whimsically Homemade! http://whimsicallyhomemade.blogspot.com/2012/11/mixer-monday-9.html

  17. This so so cute and pretty. :) Thanks so much for stopping by my little blog. :)

  18. Very beautiful and it looks like I could do it too! Thanks for linking it to Mom’s Library!
    Be blessed,
    Julie @ Hey mommy, Chocolate Milk

  19. Very pretty! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop http://www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you’d like to follow each other!

  20. My Mom is an angel FANATIC!! She’s going to love this!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!

  21. Very pretty Angels. I love that you found supplies that were inexpensive and let us know where we can get them. Thank you!

  22. Thanks for stopping by and sharing this at our Linky Party, it’s so sparkly, my daughter would love it!

  23. Such a pretty sparkly angel — very creative! Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday!

  24. This is sooo sweet! Love how simple and lovely it is! Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!
    xoxo
    AMie @ Pinkapotamus

  25. Hi Noreen,
    This came out so pretty. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Have a great Thanksgiving.
    Debi

  26. Hi, Noreen, how darling is this? Thanks for sharing at the Christmas Ornament Party. Please share as many ornaments as you like. happy Christmas Season, Linda

  27. You are being featured tomorrow! Merry Christmas!

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