Create a Pretty Angel from Bits of Fabric and Ribbon

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Dress Her for the Holidays or to Enjoy All Year!

Leftover bits of ribbon and fabric come together in a cute angel ornament for the holidays and beyond. Display it on your tree, decorate a wrapped gift or include it in a centerpiece.





We can also imagine several made up in non-seasonal colors for tucking into house plants, hanging in the kitchen window and giving to angel-loving friends to enjoy all year long.

Primitive Angel Ornament Pattern

This is a simple project to make and one you can have done fairly quickly. Play with fabric and ribbon combinations and even consider changing the hair so each angel has its own personality.

The finished ornament is 4 1/4″ x 3 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Primitive Angel” ornament pattern.

 

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