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15 Stunning DIY Angel Tree Toppers for Your Christmas Tree

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Looking for the perfect angel tree topper for your Christmas tree this year? Instead of searching through store after store, check out these amazing DIY angel Christmas tree topper projects you can make!

I grew up with an angel on the top of our family Christmas tree every year. I always loved that – there was just something comforting about a beautiful angel tree topper looking down over us during the holiday season.

I reached a point where I needed to find another angel tree topper for our own tree, so I began the search. I searched store after store and just couldn’t find the right one. And believe me, I looked hard!

Once my disappointment level reached a certain point, I had the idea to DIY my own angel tree topper. Then my search changed from finding just the right tree topper in a store to finding the right inspiration for a DIY tree topper.

I found so many amazing and creative ideas, that I just knew I had to share them with you – because I just know that I’m not the only one searching that perfect angel to sit on top of the Christmas tree!

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Beautiful DIY Angel Tree Toppers

Probably the best thing about making your own DIY Christmas tree topper is the fact that if you like to change your decor or decorating theme a little bit each year, you can easily make a new tree topper to match it. 

While the project may take you just a bit of time, it will save you hours compared to searching multiple stores and coming up empty-handed! Plus, a DIY tree topper is usually much more budget friendly than anything you can buy online or in a store.

Check out these gorgeous DIY Christmas tree topper ideas that you can easily make to fit with your own holiday decor this year!

Farmhouse Pallet Wood Angel

If you like the rustic look, using pallet wood is the way to go! Pallets are definitely rustic (and usually free!) – but sturdy and beautiful at the same time. Click to read our full tutorial to make this super simple farmhouse wooden angel.

Elegant But Easy (from Momtastic)

This project uses a paper doily to create a design that’s elegant and beautiful while also being very simple to make. Seriously, the adorable doll hair just makes the entire project!

Glittery Paper Maché Transformation (from Hobby Craft)

Transform a simple, brown paper maché angel into a glitzy one with the use of white acrylic paint, snowflake Decomache paper to decopatch the neck and skirt bottom, and the full tutorial provided.

Old-Fashioned Charm (from Think Crafts)

Who knew that a paper mache cone and a foam head could turn out to look so charming? This project is only slightly more complex but still easy enough that anyone could do it – and you’d be proud to display this angel tree topper on your Christmas tree! Customize the angel’s details with colors that match your theme, and you will have the perfect “pulled together” look!

DIY Paperback Angel (from Five Go Blogging)

Never would I have ever thought to make an angel Christmas tree topper from the pages of a paperback book! This idea is brilliant, elegant, and oh-so-easy to make. I could see this at the top of a book-themed Christmas tree, or even atop the tree of a book lover. It would definitely be a conversation piece for the holidays!

Weeping Angel (from Tourist Meets Traveler)

For this project, all you need are some spray painting skills (and warm enough weather). Find any angel you like from the store (preferably one that has arms you can position the way you want) and use stone textured spray paint to create an angel reminiscent of the ancient Greek style.

Dress it Up or Dress it Down (from It’s A Stamp Thing)

Super simple but also super customizable – I love this design! Use supplies you have on hand or add a few extra embellishments. It’s 100% up to you, and it looks gorgeous no matter how you put it together.

Crocheted Angel (from Lemon Tree Designs)

Crochet – even if you have never done it, it’s a skill you can pick up quickly and is worth knowing because it can allow you to quickly produce some really fun items like this crochet angel bell tree topper.

Paper Plate Angel (from Funroom)

Who knew that paper plates could create something beautiful enough to put on the top of your tree? This project may not be one that you can use year after year, but it’s certainly easy (and cheap!) enough that you can make a new one each year.

Light Up Angel (from Jaqueline Devito)

Take a Barbie doll and transform it into your dream angel, like this example shows! Decorate with silver stars, a wire butterfly for the wings, and feathers to add sophistication. Then add some Christmas tree lights under the dress to make it light up, DIY style.

Silver Glitter Angel (from Hobby Craft)

With a halo made from a twisted silver pipe cleaner and silver glitter wings, the angel body is covered in strips of the paper of your choice (I love the music notes paper!). This craft is adorable and very customizable. 

Tulle Angel (from Gotta Love DIY)

This vintage tulle angel is actually a decoration, but with just a tiny amount of tweaking, you can turn this DIY ornament into a festive, cheery angel tree topper. Simple do away with the top loop, and if you wanted to, you could add a painted paper mache cone as the body. Or simply hang this angel over the the top of your Christmas tree by her tulle!

Delicate Crochet Angel Topper (from Crochet Pattern Central)

This delicate-looking crochet angel is much easier to make than it looks. With just a little crochet know-how you could quickly create this beautiful angel.

Coffee Filter Angel Tree Topper (from Margaret Meyer) 

This coffee filter ornament works well as a tree topper when you eliminate the hanging piece. Use a cotton ball for the head and pipe cleaners add definition for the parts of the angel. This is adorable!

Rustic Burlap Angels (from Paint A Sign)

Designed as ornaments but easily fit to tree toppers molds, these burlap angels add a simultaneous sophisticated and rustic touch to your tree. They are gorgeous with the touch of lace and perfect for the holidays.

I hope these DIY angel tree topper ideas inspired you to create an angel for your Christmas tree that you love! If you’re feeling crafty, try these wine cork crafts too!

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How to Make an Angel Tree Topper: 48+ DIYs

Angel tree toppers gracefully light up the coveted Christmas tree that is the heart of the season’s celebrations. We have tried to compile a handful of DIYs with instructions to quench your appetite for craft this winter. Suave and classy, the angel tree toppers are sure to blow your mind away.

Angel Tree Topper Pictures

1. DIY Angel Tree Topper

Blonde doll hair is the strength of this homemade angel. Paper doilies have been folded to form the body. For the full instructions, just click on the above link.

Angel Tree Topper

2. Weeping Angel Topper for Christmas Tree

You would need an old doll for this DIY. It has to be ripped off its legs and hair. Now you have to use air dry clay on it. It is good to keep a bowl of water nearby so that you can use it while working. It is because the clay tends to dry quickly.

Angel Christmas Tree Topper

3. Christmas Tree Angel Tree Topper

A paper mache angel has been remodeled to transform into a glitzy one by applying white acrylic paint, decopatching the neck and the skirt bottom with snowflake Decomache paper and following a few other instructions as indicated in the above-linked step by step.

Christmas Tree Angel Topper

The Nordic angel can be made in the same lines as the above. A slightly long paper cone would suit the body. The red hearts sit pretty on the white dress.

Red Angel Tree Topper

4. Christmas Angel Tree Topper Holding Star

White air hardening clay was used to make the face and the neck portion of the angel that was later painted in colors of your choice. The base is a Styrofoam ball atop a paper mache cone. The brown hair looks awesome on the angel. It carries the charm of the 40’s through 70’s.

Angel Topper for Christmas Tree

5. Rustic Angel for Tree Topper

Turn your read storybook into a cute angel just by folding at the right places. The only component other than paper is a polystyrene or a ping pong ball for the head. You might want to glue glitter or spray paint in gold for a lustrous effect.

Rustic Angel Tree Topper

6. Make an Angel Tree Topper

This article is on Christmas decorations. You would have to scroll down to find the part dedicated to making the weeping angel. Your spray painting skills would come in handy here.

Angel Tree Topper Craft

7. Lovely Angel Tree Topper for Christmas

The simple tutorial directs you to make the angel out of cardstock for the dress and wings. However, you are free to unleash your creativity and craft the wings out of burlap. They are nothing but fan-shaped structures.

Christmas Angel Tree Topper

8. How to Make an Angel Tree Topper

Tree Topper Angel

9. Small Angel Tree Topper Out Of Paper Plates

Paper plate cut outs create this pristine angel. You just need to fold the plates and cut according to the given diagrams. You might leave it plain white or spray paint in purple, pink, red and gold as per your wish. You may use different shades of blue for a nautical effect.

Small Angel Tree Topper

10. Lighted Angel Tree Toppers for Christmas Trees

Here a wedding Barbie doll has been shunned of her veil to fit into the shoes of this lit angel tree topper. Silver stars were used for decorating the figure. A wire butterfly was modified to serve as the angel’s wings. Feathers were added to the wings for a touch of sophistication.

Lighted Angel Tree Topper

If you don’t like any corner of your tree unlit, you might want to put on electric lights on your handmade angel tree topper. Just fit in replacement or bubble lights for an illuminated angel. Fiber optic wings could also seal the deal for you.

Light Up Angel Tree Topper

11. Silver Christmas Tree Topper Angel

A silver pipe cleaner has been twisted in a circle for the halo. The wings have silver glitter glued to it and long strips of the chosen paper adorn the cone-shaped body. The angel body looks dapper in the silver background provided by the wings.

Christmas Tree Topper Angel

12. Vintage Christmas Angel Tree Topper

The soft and delicate tulle has gone into the making of this Christmas ornament. You can tweak the DIY a bit to transform it into a joyous angel tree topper. Just give the top loop for hanging a miss and you are good to go.

Vintage Angel Tree Topper

Take the decorations up by a few notches by fixing LED lights beneath the dress. Red satin ribbon bows on the dress and a red crown add to the looks.

LED Angel Christmas Tree Topper

13. Golden Christmas Tree Angel Tree Topper

The supplies for this project are a doll, cardstock, white duct tape, cheesecloth, cardstock, lace, hot glue, wire and feathers.

Unique Angel Tree Topper for Christmas Tree

14. Coffee Filter Angel Christmas Tree Topper

This coffee filter angel ornament can also be used as a tree topper without the arrangement for hanging. A cotton ball serves as the head and pipe cleaners define the parts of the angel.

Make Your Own Angel Christmas Tree Topper

15. Book Christmas Angel Tree Topper

A hymnal would be the main ingredient of the project. Remove the pages from the front and back that do not contain any musical notes and fold the rest into this incredible angel tree topper. The hair can be red or dark in color. You might even use real hair if you are that keen to keep it natural.

Christmas Tree Angel Topper With Book

16. Crochet Christmas Angel Tree Topper

Crochet Christmas Tree Topper Angel

17. 3D Lace and Burlap Angel Tree Toppers

Though originally ornaments these burlap angels can be customized to fit the mold of tree toppers. Lace adds to the sophistication and the hearts are just perfect for the festive occasion.

Burlap Angel Tree Toppers

18. Vintage-y Christmas Tree Angel Topper

Pages of old books can be cut in doily patterns for this angel. Check how the doilies have been folded into conical shapes for the craft. The face can be cut in the round or any other simple doily shape. It can be decorated with roses and leaves to break the monotony of the plain white.

Vintage Angel Christmas Tree Topper

19. Angel Tree Topper in Gold

A wired silk poinsettia blossom, a wooden ball for the head, moss for the hair and a hot glue gun are mainly the supplies for this project. Just raise 2 petals for the wings and use a gold string for the halo.

Gold Angel Tree Topper

20. Angel Xmas Tree Topper

Stone textured spray paint creates this weeping angel. Look for an angel with sculpted rather than real hair for this activity. The wings should be solid rather than feathered.

Xmas Angel Tree Topper

21. Baby Angel as Tree Topper

A template has been provided for the different parts of the angel. Color the wings in your desired color. A clear bead plays the role of the head. The halo is a silver piece that can be replaced by tinfoil, silver pipe cleaner or a wire loop that are easier available alternatives.

Baby Angel Tree Topper

22. Angel Tree Topper Crochet Pattern

Crochet Angel Tree Topper

23. Tree Topper Angel of Coffee Filter

Coffee filter, Styrofoam cone, ball and a toothpick go into the making of this angel tree topper. The first step is to place the coffee filter over the Styrofoam cone. Then the toothpick pierces through the top of the coffee filter to get halfway inside the cone. Then the ball is pierced through the top.

White Tree Topper Angel

24. Lovely Custom Angel Tree Topper

In this Christmas project, a circle cutter is used to form the circles of the body. Half the circles were used for the arms. The circles are stamped in a pattern of your choice for the fabulous looks. A thin line of glitter adorns the bottom edge of the dress and the arms.

Custom Angel Tree Topper

25. Easy Yarn Angel as Christmas Tree Topper

Yarn Christmas Angel Tree Topper

26. Angel Tree Topper Out Of Porcelain

Get your gear together for this elegant Victorian style angel tree topper. The main ingredients are a cone form and porcelain doll head and arms.

Porcelain Angel Tree Topper

27. Glitzy Antique Angel Tree Topper

Antique Angel Tree Topper

28. How to Make a Christmas Tree Angel Topper

Make Your Own Angel Tree Topper

29. Large Country Angel Tree Topper

Country Angel Tree Topper

30. Angel Tree Topper Made Of Wire

Wire Angel Tree Topper

31. Steps for Making an Angel Tree Topper

How to Make an Angel Tree Topper

32. Handmade Tan Craft Paper Angel Tree Topper

Handmade Angel Tree Topper

33. Modern Cupcake Liner Angel Tree Topper

You would need to translate the page to get the instructions in English. You would need to attach a button at the end of a thread and stitch through the underside of the shapes as you gather the cupcake liners together.

Modern Angel Tree Topper

34. Angel Tree Topper Out Of Paper

Paper Angel Tree Topper

35. Angel Tree Topper of Felt

Felt Angel Tree Topper

36. Crochet Guardian Angel Tree Topper

Guardian Angel Tree Topper

37. Traditional Angel Tree Topper with Halo

Traditional Angel Tree Topper

38. Doll Angel Tree Topper

Parts of this doll were remodeled for angel-like looks. Instead of a blonde, you can choose a brunette. African American, ethnic, Indian, Irish and Italian dolls can be purchased for bringing in a variation in the looks. 

Angel Tree Topper Doll

39. Angel Tree Topper in Grinch Theme

Angel Tree Topper from the Grinch

40. Paper Plates for Angel Tree Topper

Angel Tree Topper Paper Plate

41. Tree Topper Angel with Horn

Tree Topper Angels Carrying Horns

42. Knit Pattern for Angel Tree Topper

Knit Angel Tree Topper Pattern

43. Angel Tree Topper Knitted

Knitted Angel Tree Topper

44. Natural Tree Topper Angel

Natural Angel Tree Topper

45. Instructions for Origami Angel Tree Topper

Origami Angel Tree Topper Instructions

46. Angel Tree Topper Quilted

Since the tutorial is in a foreign language, you need to right-click on it; click on “Translate to English” command and the page will be translated for you. The fabric wings showcase a padded look due to meticulous quilting.

Quilted Angel Tree Topper

47. DIY Weeping Angel Tree Topper

Weeping Angel Tree Topper DIY

48. Dress Pattern for Angel Tree Topper

Angel Tree Topper Dress Pattern

The angels look expensive but cost peanuts. You might want to try out a variety of materials like velvet, stained glass, etc. for the angels. Needlepoint embroidered ones look grand on your Christmas tree. The crochet angels bear a delicate look. You can flaunt them outdoors at the front gate.

How to decorate the top of the Christmas tree. How to make a Christmas tree top with your own hands

On the eve of the New Year, we take out the cherished box with beautiful toys and decorate the Christmas tree. To make our Christmas tree look unusual and delight all households, let's try to make a creative top with our own hands.

Contents of the article

  • Christmas tree top photo, photo
  • How to make a Christmas tree top, ideas from photo
  • Christmas tree top angel, photo with explanation
  • Crocheted angel for the top of the Christmas tree, scheme
  • Bow for the top of the Christmas tree, photo with instructions
  • How to tie a bow for the top of the Christmas tree, photo
  • Toy for the top of the Christmas tree, photo with explanation
  • Christmas tree top Star of Bethlehem, photo with explanation
  • How to make a three-dimensional paper star, instructions
  • Snowflake on the Christmas tree top, with photo
  • Video Christmas tree top master class

Christmas tree top photo, photo

How to make a Christmas tree top, ideas from photo

Cover the cardboard star with gold paper or cloth.

Decorating the top with the Eiffel Tower, you can imagine that you are celebrating the New Year in Paris.

For those who know how and love to sew!

An ordinary lamp can serve as a decorative element for the top.

Artificial flowers, good option.

Christmas tree top angel, photo with explanation

Option #1

Plasticine, plaster or clay can be used to make an angel's head.

To form the frame, wrap the wire with thread and then with cotton. Put the cotton on the glue.

Angel wings are similarly made from wire and cotton.

Option #2 Angel made from disposable paper plate.

Option #3 Vine Angel

  1. White skinned vine.
  2. Acrylic varnish.
  3. White rattan.
  4. Raffia.
  5. Large plastic bag.
  6. Thick wire.

Tools: pliers, wire cutters, knife, secateurs.

Crocheted angel on the top of the Christmas tree, scheme

To tie an angel to the top of the Christmas tree, you can use different patterns. The threads are thin cotton. After the angel is tied, starch the details to make the figure elastic and resistant.

Dissolve starch (2 tablespoons) in cold water, pour the mixture into a saucepan of warm water (0.5 cup) and heat until thickened. Then dip the parts into the starch solution and soak until it cools. Gently squeeze each part, stretch on the surface and dry. After drying, iron and sew.

Christmas tree top bow, photo with instructions

Prepare the tape on the wire frame. Rewind 15 cm and pinch with the fingers of your left hand. Rewind a little more with your right hand, form a loop. Lock with your fingers.

Depending on the size of the tree, determine the size of the loops. For example, the length of the loops is 30 cm, the length of the unwound tape is 50 cm. The wire frame holds its shape well, so you need to use only such a tape. The front side of the tape should be on the outside.

Form a figure eight from the ribbon. Rewind with your right hand a little more, form a new loop in relation to the first loop in the opposite direction. Connect the second loop at the base with the clamped tape in the left hand, twist clockwise, fasten. Got eight.

Make sure that all loops are the same size. Attach the loops to the top of the tree to determine if the loops are the correct size for the tree.

Continue to form loops.

Do not forget to twist the hinge base and clamp it.

After creating the main loops, make the central one. The last loop should be perpendicular to the rest. Cut the floral wire into a "U" shape. The ends of the wire, align and enter into the center, wrap the bottom of the bow. Next, draw the ends of the wire into its bent edge. Pull the ends in different directions, a knot is formed. Twist the wire several times. With another piece of wire, attach the bow in the same way to the top of the Christmas tree.

The color of the floral wire must match the color of the bow. Use #26 wire.

Making garlands . Cut 4 pieces. Fold in half. Trim each piece of tape at one end with scissors diagonally to the fold from the bottom corners.

The length of each piece must match the length of the tree.

The number of ribbon garlands depends on your desire.

Attaching ribbon to the Christmas tree. Wrap a piece of floral wire around the end of one ribbon. Fasten the wire well, pull the ends in different directions. With the ends that stick out, fasten the garland under the bow on the branch. Attach all tapes in the same way.

Hide the top ends of the ribbon under the bow at the top of the tree, giving the impression of being connected to the bow.

Curl ribbons in a spiral. Use a roll of paper towels to give the illusion of movement. Do as many turns as you like.

The tape must not be pinched or rumpled so that unevenness does not appear, which will affect the appearance.

Too many threads will give a hard look.

Option #2

Place three tapes on top of each other.

Form a loop, leave the ends free.

Fold the end equal to the first loop (opposite) into the 2nd loop.

In the same way as the first loop, make the third. The loops must be parallel.

There should be eight loops in total, which are fixed in the center with wire. Spread the loops in different directions.

Insert decorative branches into the bow.

How to tie a bow on top of a Christmas tree, photo

Christmas tree top toy, photo with explanation

Option #1

Prepare glue, scissors, paper, glitter, beads, tinsel.

First you need to make the body of the star. You can take a tennis ball as a basis and make a hole in it so that it is put on the top of the Christmas tree. Glue pieces of paper in several layers on the base-ball. Leave a small unglued area. After drying, remove the pieces of paper and fasten them together with glue and paper.

Next, sticks are made from paper. The paper is rolled tightly diagonally until hard sticks are formed. The size is selected by eye, in accordance with the size of the ball. Each stick is cut into two parts (two rays). To get different lengths, you need to cut it like this: a few in the middle, and for some, the size should be shifted. Thus, rays of different lengths will be obtained. Then the rays are glued to the base, the “density” of the location is monitored. After drying, paint, sprinkle with sparkles, attach beads to the ends of the rays.

Option #2

Buds are the main element in this top. You will need them: 9 large, 9 small, 1 open small. In addition - varnish or glue; for decor, foam balls or sparkles; cardboard.

Cut out a circle from cardboard, its diameter is equal to half the bump. From the back, make a loop of wire. With its help, the decoration will be attached to the top of the Christmas tree. Small cones are attached to the cardboard base with a “sun” and fixed with wire. Bigger cones are laid out in the same way, in a circle. An open bump is attached to the middle.

Option #3

This top hat is easy to make out of cardboard. According to the pattern, cut out the details.

The cuts need to be moved apart at the same distance, glue a strip that is equal to the circumference of the bottom. Fields are glued to the teeth, then they are cut, thus giving the necessary shape. Bend and glue the decorative cord to the edge. To make the hat durable, it is pasted over with paper previously moistened with a paste. To give the final look, the cylinder is painted with black paint. A ribbon is glued to the crown and decorated.

Paper tree top, photo with instructions

Option #1


  • cardboard 30 by 30 cm:
  • stationery knife;
  • silicone adhesive;
  • sequins.

Apply a thin layer of glue to the cardboard on both sides, then sprinkle with glitter. Cut into thin strips, one and a half cm wide. You should get 20 pieces. Cross them over.

Add stripes on the sides, interlacing them. Glue.

In the same way, add and interlace the strips horizontally.

Glue the bottom strips together.

Join four strips on each side.

Make another shape.

Glue both halves together.

Pull the remaining strips into the beams.

Decorate as desired.

Option #2

Prepare six sheets of paper, ruler, glue, pencil.

Fold a sheet of paper in half, measure one centimeter from the middle, bottom and top.

Fold the edges to the marked points.

Glue the edges of the sheet and turn over. With a ruler, measure one centimeter on both sides - below and above.

Bend the ends in dots and hide in the middle.

Coat the sheet with glue, fold it in half crosswise.

Fold the paper in half lengthwise and draw teeth. Cut out.

Cut five more pieces in the same way, then glue them together.

Coat all sides with glue and flatten.

Option #3

Draw a pattern on thin cardboard. Decorate all the details with paints. Glue after drying.

Christmas tree top Star of Bethlehem, photo with explanation

Draw an oval with a star inside it. The star consists of two symmetrical halves. Pyramid-rays in total should be eight with a base at one point. The ends should rest against the ellipse.

You can cut out individual parts - rhombuses that bend along the specified strips. Use bright paper, or coat with glue and sprinkle with sparkles.

How to make a three-dimensional paper star, instruction

You will need:

  • cardboard or thick paper;
  • glue;
  • scissors;
  • tinsel;
  • sequins;
  • wire.

According to the diagram shown, make two stars from heavy cardboard.

Bend the stars along the lines (to obtain volume), glue. Before gluing, put paper or cotton wool inside for density and volume.

Wind the wire in a spiral around a piece of wood. Adjust the length according to the size of the top of the tree. The excess piece of wire can be cut off. Insert the wire into the bottom of the star. Next, cover the entire surface with glue and cover with sparkles. After drying, spray with hairspray. To hide the joints, glue tinsel to them.

Snowflake on the top of the Christmas tree, with photo

Video tree top master class

DIY Christmas tree angel

Christmas and New Year are the most magical times of the year. All people are waiting for fun and New Year's miracles. An angel is a beautiful symbol of this period. They personify magic, convey the spirit of the holidays, are very sweet and touching. Therefore, they are perfect for decorating a Christmas tree.

Angels can be bought at the store, or you can make it at home. If you make them yourself, they will betray the additional comfort of spruce.

Content of Article

  • From which you can make an angel
  • Three ways to make angels with your own hands
      9000 manufacturing set. For example, if a person sews well, then you can use fabric or felt to make an angel. If friendship with a thread and a needle did not work out, it is possible to use colored or gift paper, cardboard. For decoration, the remnants of wallpaper, ribbons, beads, rhinestones, lace, openwork napkins, feathers are perfect. Figurines of angels are also crocheted.

      You just need to show all your imagination and all your creativity. And then the beautiful and tender angels will become an amazing decoration on the Christmas tree. By the way, they decorate not only her. Using long ribbons, they are fixed on the ceiling or hung from a chandelier.

      Three ways to make angels with your own hands

      We sew an angel from fabric

      To make such a figurine you will need:

      • Light fabric for the figurine, it is better to take flesh-colored;
      • Threads and needles;
      • Mouline for making future angel hair;
      • Beads or small beads for eyes;
      • Sintepon or wadding;
      • Dress decor material - ribbons, rhinestones, lace and whatever your heart desires;

      Step-by-step production:

      • First you need a pattern;

      The pattern can be found and downloaded on the Internet, because there are a lot of them. If there is no printer, then the found pattern must be carefully redrawn on paper.

      • The pattern is placed on a piece of paper and traced carefully. The resulting parts must be cut;
      • Next, they must be transferred to the fabric. Details should be placed on the selected fabric and circled. After that, the fabric must be stitched without cutting out the details;

      IMPORTANT! It is important to remember about the dotted lines on the stencils. On the fabric, they must be highlighted in a different color.

      • The next step is to cut out the resulting parts of the future angel. At the same time, it is necessary to retreat a little from the stitched edge;
      • Then we start stuffing the figurine. Before that, it must be turned inside out. You need to stuff the head, neck, feet and hands tightly;

      If it is necessary for the legs of the angel to bend, a transverse seam must be made in place of the knees.

      • It is necessary to sew panties, which then need to be put on the angel's legs;
      • Then the arms and legs are sewn to the body;

      Handles should preferably be sewn on with a blind stitch.

      • Next, you need to make an angel hair. From a floss or "iris" it is necessary to embroider a hairstyle with a satin stitch, leaving a few strands near the ears. Of these, you need to braid braids or pigtails. You can tie elegant ribbons on pigtails or ponytails;
      • Beads or beads are sewn in place of the eyes. If they are not at hand, the eyes must be carefully drawn with felt-tip pens. You also need to draw blush;
      • A dress is being sewn. It is advisable to mask the seams, for this you can use ribbons. The dress also needs to be decorated with materials prepared in advance for this;
      • Wings should also be stuffed with centapon, but this should be done loosely. Wings can also be decorated, for example, by sewing lace on them;

      Second version

      This is the second version in fabric. But it is very easy to perform, absolutely no sewing skills are required.

      INFORMATION! To make such an angel you will need: a small piece of fabric, synthetic winterizer, ribbons and decoration materials.


      • Cut out a square from the fabric;
      • Place a piece of sentepon in the center. The resulting ball must be tied with a ribbon. This will be the head of an angel;
      • The fabric is spread out to form angel wings. Then they need to be tied with a thread cross to cross;
      • To make such an angel appear airy, the edges of the fabric can be fluffed up a little. Instead of dense fabric, use a wide cut of nylon or lace fabric;
      • Sew on sequins along the edges of the wings;
      • Make eyes on the face with small beads, beads or a felt-tip pen;
      • The head of such an angel can be tied with a ribbon;

      Ribbons can be used to decorate gift boxes and bouquets.

      Third option

      An angel can be made from felt. This will require: small pieces of felt of different colors, a needle, thread, pins, scissors, ribbon, beads or beads, material for decoration.

      Step-by-step technique:

      • For the angel, you will need to prepare a template. Just like for a fabric angel, the template can be taken on the Internet by printing it on paper, or by carefully redrawing it;
      • All details of the template must be carefully transferred to the pieces of felt. For each detail, you must use your own color;

      PLEASE NOTE! If the toy is made according to a ready-made template from the Internet, then, as a rule, there is a photo of the finished angel along with it. In this case, when choosing colors for templates, you need to be guided by the existing image. But you can show your imagination and make a figurine of the desired colors.

      • The resulting parts must be sewn together. You need to sew with neat stitches over the edge;
      • Angel dress needs to be decorated. To do this, you need to take the prepared material. Sequins, beads or rhinestones can be sewn along the bottom of the hem. The sleeves of the dress also need to be decorated;
      • The head of an angel must be decorated with ribbons. Hair can also be made from felt;
      • Make eyes on the face using small beads or small beads;
      • Use super glue to stick the head to the body;
      • It is also necessary to sew on a ribbon to hang the figurines on the Christmas tree;

      Felt angel can be made three-dimensional. Then all the details need to be cut in double quantity. You will also need a synthetic winterizer for stuffing the figure.

      There are a lot of options for making angels. In addition to those listed, angels must be made of paper.

      This will require a sheet of paper, a stencil and decoration materials. On paper, you need to draw an angel figurine, you can do this with the help of a ready-made stencil.

      The paper must be of the same color, white. And you can take several colors and make all the details of the figure multi-colored.

      After the figurine is cut, it must be decorated. You can stick feathers or openwork paper on the wings. The hem can be decorated with sequins or ribbons, or you can take scissors and make cuts along the bottom of the hem.

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