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DIY~Adorable Miniature Felt Angels For Mini Christmas Tree!


To see my FULL YouTube tutorial on how to make these cute miniature felt angel ornaments, please click on the following link:



These sweet little angels are only a little larger than a U.S. quarter, but they are SOOO cute! These are perfect for any miniature Christmas tree and they are ultra lite, so they won't weigh the branches down. Other ideas for this little angel is make a pin out of her by simply attaching a pin backing with a little Amazing Goop. You can also attach the angel to a small jewelry gift box. Use your imagination and play with this idea! Enjoy! Please see my list of materials below that I used for these angels:

Materials Needed:

*Felt, in your choice of colors for the body

*White, STIFF Felt for the wings (They have this at Michael's. Don't use the "sticky back" kind!)

*8mm Flat Back Rhinestones for the head (I used Recollections brand that I found at Michael's)

*10mm or 11mm Bead Cap (I used the thin, flatter caps. Not the bulky, heavy kind.)

*Tiny Flat Back Rhinestone Heart (Michael's has these in the Recollections brand all year long, however, the ones I showed in the photo are hearts that I picked up at the Dollar Tree last February.)

*Tiny Flat Back Rhinestones to decorate wings (Approximately 2mm. I cut them out from the bling sheets.)

*DecoArt Craft Twinkles in "Crystal" (Found at Michael's or Walmart where the small bottles of acrylic paints are found.)

*Fine Glitter (I used the Recollections brand in the color "Glitz" that I found at Michael's)

*Low Temp. Hot Glue Gun

*Precision Scissors

*Beading Thread in gold or silver

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