Poinsettia Christmas Angel Craft


Poinsettia Christmas Angel Craft


Poinsettia Christmas Angel Craft
Poinsettia Christmas Angel Craft

A Poinsettia Angel is one of the easier angel crafts to make, done simply with a wired silk flower, a wooden ball for a head, a hot glue gun and some moss for hair. It's one of the prettiest Christmas craft ideas around! This craft angel can be one of the most beautiful ways to decorate for Christmas, and even though the materials look very luxurious and sparkly, they will hardly cost you anything to make. Angel craft ideas are a great way to bring old traditions into modern projects. Learn how to make a decorative angel that looks unlike anything you've ever seen. This angel craft will catch everyone's eye and get them in the holiday spirit.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialSilk Flowers


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This is gorgeous and I would love to make at least one, BUT where can I but it from? I live in the UK and have drawn a blank here, but also on the US craft/dollar shops. Idea most welcome-)

I love Crafty Suz's idea for a baby's first Christmas. I bet you could do one of these for a Christmas wedding as well with the white poinsettias. I love burgundy too ashleroo, so I can see myself making a ton of these to give away and to decorate my house. I think these angels would go perfect in a guest bedroom or bathroom as well. You could welcome your holiday guests with these pretty angels or make and angel-themed room during the holidays.

This little poinsettia angel is Christmas perfection. I have so many silk flowers kicking around my Christmas decoration bin and now I know just what to do with them! I think that it would be fun to do a whole collection with different coloured flowers, like burgundy or red, and group them on the mantel. You could also use them as place card holders for a holiday dinner party. So elegant.

This is a simple and different type of an angel ornament. It would be pretty done with a white poinsettia two. A pink or pale blue one would be sweet for a baby's first Christmas. These would be pretty one a wreath with one angel representing each member of the family. For a lower cost, look for the silk-like flowers at a dollar store. For the person asking what else could be made from the blossoms I think Santa and Mrs. Santa or an elf could be made in a similar fashion with the wings being made into arms instead.

It's amazing how poinsettia can turn into an angel ornament. What else can I make out of poinsettia?

What a creative way to use silk flowers. I love the look of this angel.

I haven't made the angel yet, but wanted to say I could agree more with every word about The littlest Angel. I watched many times as a child, and loved it, although this was at least my partial view of heaven until I learned otherwise in high school from a friend. I'll have to get the book or video, or both, since I can't even remember last time I saw the movie-great reminder to think of the real Reason for the Season, God's Love and Sacrifice for us, Jesus. Thanks again for sharing the book, your thoughts, and the angel. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas Season, and a Happy New Year, 2014, NCrafts

Thanks for that message - I'll bet many have read it over the years!!!

Realy liked this idea. Was looking for a new angel ornament to make & to use as gifts and for my tree (an annual event for me) and cannot wait to begin this for 2011! Thank you!!


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