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Pasta Angel Homemade Christmas Ornament

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Updated July 21, 2016
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Pasta Angel Homemade Christmas Ornament are a creative and inexpensive way to decorate for the holidays! Now you can make Christmas ornaments that are cheap, easy and fun. This is the most beautiful homemade Christmas ornament that radiates elegance and brightness. To complete this project, all you need is paint and a few unique materials. Share your Christmas ornament ideas with the rest of your family and show your little ones how to make angels with easy-to-find household materials. This is the perfect after school project for kids and will get them excited for the holiday season.

Pasta Angel Homemade Christmas Ornament
Pasta Angel Homemade Christmas Ornament
This image courtesy of craftily-ever-after.blogspot.com

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: In an evening

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What a cute idea. I have made pasta stars for the tree but never an angel. Thus will be fun to do with the grand kids. They have made many pasta projects and love it. But after the season is done we have to put them in metal cans that seal or the bugs in the attic will have a good old time. One of the hazards of living in Florida. Btw I especially loved the bow tie wings!

Cute. I did some years ago but don't remember exactly how I did them. I used little tiny pasta letters and spelled out each persons name on them.

Very cute and good way to use up old pasta! Joy

This was a fun and enjoyable project that I accomplished with my grandchildren. It was a dreary cold day and nothing to do until I came across this project; thought it would be rather fun so I gathered the items needed and started the project. We made ornaments for my tree, the grandchildren's tree, and they made some to give as gifts to Aunts, Uncles, and great-grandparents. Thanks for the project.

I collect Angels, so this would fit in perfectly . It would make beautiful decorations and/or gifts, but at my age I need to print out directions as I don't always remember every thing. Perfect in my eye's mind.

This is a wonderful project! Thanks so much for adding it to my list!!

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