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Paper Angel Ornament Crafts for Kids

By: Maggy from redtedart.com
Updated October 09, 2019
Paper Angel Ornament Crafts for Kids
Paper Angel Ornament Crafts for Kids
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There are so many different angel designs you can make with these Paper Angel Ornament Crafts for Kids. Collect your scrapbook paper in any patterns you want and get folding. These angel crafts make the best kids' Christmas crafts because they are easy and fun to make and then can be displayed on the Christmas tree, in windows, or even from the mantel. These paper angels are as angelic as they are simple to assemble. You can even add tinsel hair or come up with other ideas to design your own DIY angel ornament.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedCardstock

Easy

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How adorable! How do you get the paper to look even on both sides of the arms? I always get one thicker looking or they are uneven. I love to make book page crafts, but mine always turn out lopsided. I need a great tip for making the paper even and neat.

Maybe if you folded the paper in the center first to give you a guide, then did the pleating? To keep from making one side bulkier than the other, be sure to make the folds even. Folding against a ruler or hard edge can help. It might help to mark the paper with a pencil first, too.

I did this for our office decoration during Christmas. I used colored and patterned papers. I even used some pages form magazines and newspapers. This is very easy and effortless. I hung them on the ceiling and stick some on the glass doors.

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