Posted by admin on November 17, 2011
Take a look at this Easy Angel Crafts Spiral Wire Angel Ornament:
Isn’t she pretty with her golden wings and curly golden hair?
She can also stand on a mantel, a table, a sideboard or hand on a door knob or in a window. In other words, she’s versatile and can add some whimsey where ever you want an angel to be.
The materials and instructions are easy. You can find them on our Easy Angel Crafts Spiral Wire Angel Ornament web page.
We outline all of the materials and how-to steps with accompanying pictures. We also suggest alternative wire if you cannot find the natural covered floral wire shown here.
The natural covered floral wire can be found in the floral area of craft stores. It’s inexpensive. One roll of the wire will make many of the Easy Angel Crafts Spiral Wire Angel Ornaments.
Several made of slightly different sizes and shapes of the spiral could decorate a tablescape for a dinner or stand among greenery above a fireplace.
The Easy Angel Crafts Spiral Wire Angel Ornament is fun, easy and inexpensive.
Posted by admin on October 18, 2011
This paper star angel is simple to do. It’s made even more simple if you print the patterns onto the paper you want to use for the angel.
These pretty little paper star angels use five different sizes of a rounded five point star pattern to form the body and the robe of the angel.
The paper star angel ornament requires only basic tools along with the paper, doll head and ribbon.
Head on over to the paper star angel ornament page to find the list of materials and tools, the illustrated step-by-step instructions and the patterns to print and cut-out.
The angels can be made quickly and easily and provide inexpensive fun for children of all ages.
Posted by admin on October 14, 2011
Just look at this cute wire cross angel ornament. It’s named a “wire cross” angel simply because the wire “crosses” to form the body and wings of the little angel.
The wire cross angel ornament uses very simple and inexpensive materials along with tools you have around your home. After you make the first one or two, the steps are so easy that you can make them faster than you can read the instructions!
Take a look at one of our examples of the wire cross angel ornament:
It’s simple. It’s cute. You can make a lot of these wire cross angel ornaments quickly for a school or church bazaar.
Chenille wire is inexpensive and buttons and beads can be purchased cheaply in bulk.
In addition to using the angels on Christmas trees or as holiday decorations, you can add the cute little angels to packages as another little gift decorating the wrapping.
Make a few or many of the wire cross angel ornaments, but have fun!
Posted by admin on October 13, 2011
Inexpensive and easy to do, you can make a few or a lot of these Accordian Folded Paper Angel Ornaments to decorate your home, add as decorations for pretty packages or sell at school or church bazaars.
You can find more pictures along with the list of materials and tools and the steps for how to make the Accordian Folded Paper Angel Ornament on our main web site.
Easy and fast, children and adults alike can make these pretty little angels.
They can also be a fun project for young little ones to color before final construction.
Enjoy and have fun!
Posted by admin on October 11, 2011
Hello again, it’s been a while. I’ve been off on another project that took lots more time than I expected. But, I’m ready to start adding more easy and inexpensive craft projects to www.funEZcrafts.com.
Here’s a recent addition that’s simple, fast and cheap – a clothespin angel.
A little bit of ribbon or lace, a clothespin (real or craft) and a chenille wire makes a pretty little angel to hang on your Christmas tree or decorate your home for other holidays.
They also make easy decorations to add on gifts instead of or in addition to ribbons and bows. The little clothespin angel would be an additional keepsake with your gift.
These pretty angels can add beauty and maybe a little whimsy all year – not just at the holidays.
Head on over to the Clothespin Angel page for the materials list and the how-to steps with accompanying pictures.
Posted by admin on December 10, 2010
Simple, inexpensive and fast – you can make one wire angel or many wire angels for decorations, gifts or name cards at place settings.
Take a look on our web site for the directions and diagrams for this simple but pretty angel. Click on Wire Angel to see the details.
In the meantime, take a look:
Here’s another, slightly smaller version:
With a few simple tools and inexpensive materials, these angels can quickly be formed.
The type and small amount of materials cost roughly $0.25 to $0.45 per angel. As for time, you can make the angel almost as quickly as you can read the instructions on our web page (Wire Angel).
Enjoy making one angel or many angels!
Posted by admin on December 9, 2010
This angel is simple, yet pretty, and is made using inexpensive materials, common tools and a little time.
This pretty angel easily hangs on a tree or sits on a table. It can also embellish a wrapped present and be an additional gift to the recipient.
Make one or many using the same or different colors.
You’ll find the instructions and the pattern on our web site by clicking here: Felt Circles Angel.
Posted by admin on December 7, 2010
Whether you make one or many, these angels are inexpensive, easy and fun!
You can find the instructions and the pattern to print on our web site under Paper Cone Angel.
Have fun making one, two or more of these paper cone angels!
Posted by admin on December 3, 2010
This angel is easy and inexpensive to make.
Print our pattern page and follow the easy steps found on our Paper Angel page to make one or many of these angels.
They can decorate your tree or home, embellish gifts or be place cards on your dinner table.
Have fun making one or many of these angels.
Posted by admin on December 1, 2010
Just posted, our Woven Paper Angel uses simple materials and tools along with a basic basket weave technique to finish a pretty angel.
This angel uses our simple pattern and scrap paper cut into strips then woven into a heavier paper (such as a paper grocery bag). The hardest part of the project is the patience required to keep the strips of paper straight. (Don’t load up on caffeine before starting this!)
Forget about perfection and just have fun, the angel will finish beautifully.
The project can easily be translated into a group project with both adults and children. The adults can cut the paper and supervise the children’s weaving of the strips into the angel design.
Whether done by one or many, the finished product provides a simple, inexpensive and fun angel to decorate your home, to give as gifts or to accent wrapped packages.