Clothespin Angel Christmas Craft


Clothespin Angel Christmas Craft


Clothespin Angel Christmas Craft
Clothespin Angel Christmas Craft

If you have a clothespin and the urge to create, then you can make this Clothespin Angel Christmas Craft. Learn how to make an angel that you can hang on your tree or use your creation to decorate a doorknob. To help your ornament come to life, make angel wings out of construction paper and use pipe cleaners to build the arms. When you're finished creating your angel, you'll know that you made something completely unexpected and unique. Crafts for Christmas can help you get in the holiday spirit, and this project is no different. Best of all, this project is super easy, so it's perfect to make with the whole family.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials


Why Make Clothespin Christmas Crafts?

Clothespins are truly one of the most versitile materials stashed in your crafting collection. They're great for crafting with kids because they leave plenty of room to nurture creativity.

At Christmastime, clothespins will be your DIY decor best friend. The best Christmas decorations are the kind that you make with your loved ones, because they carry with them a memory of the time you spent together. Making those decorations with clothespins opens countless doors for decoration possibilities. You can glue a bunch together in interesting shapes to create an intricate ornament or a unique wreath. They can also be used individually to create reindeer figurines, elf ornaments, or clothespin angels.


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What is the largest size ribbon you use for your clothespin angels? I like to adorn mine with fat ribbon pieces, but sometimes I like to use the skinny ribbon too. I can use it to make a rainbow of ribbon. You can even fringe the ribbon and make the angel a fluffy little scarf for winter.

This is just too cute. It's easy, cute and very inexpensive to make. That's the basic requirements for a DIY project. I am going to gather all of the supplies and have my grand kids over and make a craft day of it. They will love making these for on their tree and mine. Thank you for sharing.


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