Easy Angel Crafts: Doily Paper
Make this Easy Angel Crafts Doily Paper Angel quickly using a few simple materials and tools. A whole choir
of angels can stand on a table or sideboard.
Just look at these three little angels — fun, easy and fast.
Let's look at the materials and the steps for how to make the doily paper angel:
Easy Angel Crafts: Doily Paper Angel Materials and Tools:
- Two round paper doilies (large used two 10-inch doilies, small used one 8-inch and one 6-inch)
- One gold or silver chenille wire 12 inches long
- 3/4 inch diameter wooden bead
- hole punch
- clear tape
- wire cutters (optional - chenille wire breaks easily)
The Steps for How to Make the Easy Angel Crafts: Doily Paper Angel:
Fold the large paper doily in half.
If you prefer, match the edge decorations when you fold.
Form a cone around the chenille wire and tape the edge.
Remove the chenille wire.
Add tape to the inside overlapping edges of the paper doily cone.
Cut or break the chenille wire in half.
Form a circle in one end of one half of the chenille wire.
Bend the circle perpendicular to the straight edge.
Insert the straight end of the chenille wire through the cone and through the hole in the wooden bead.
Form a circle in the chenille wire for the doily paper angel's halo.
Fold the second paper doily in half.
Match the decoration along the circular edge if you prefer.
Find the center of the folded edge by folding the paper doily into quarters.
Make a small pinch just at the folded corner to identify the center.
Punch holes on both sides of the center point and near the folded edge.
The holes should be roughly 1/4 inch apart and 1/8 inch from the folded edge.
Make folds at an angle through the punched holes.
This allows the wings to rest on the back of the doily paper angel cone.
Insert the second half of the chenille wire through the two holes in the paper doily with the ends of
the doily pointing backward.
Wrap the second chenille wire loosely around the first wire just under the wooden bead.
The wire should loosely hold the paper doily wings to the back of the doily paper angel.
Bend the ends of the chenille wire together to form the arms, elbows and hands.
Position the wings over the seam in the paper doily cone.
Tape the bottom edge of the wings to the cone.
Adjust her halo and arms to your preference.
This little angel with her golden halo is ready to sing in a choir.
Here, the little golden angel joins her silver doily paper angel friends.
After the first one or two, you can make this Easy Angel Crafts Doily Paper Angel faster than it takes to
read the instructions. You can make a few or many using inexpensive materials and tools.
Both children and adults enjoy making this Easy Angel Crafts Doily Paper Angel.