Shuttlecock Angels


Shuttlecock Angels


Shuttlecock Angels
Shuttlecock Angels

"These gorgeous Christmas angels were made by upcycling old badminton shuttlecocks. I used the feathers of the shuttlecocks for the wings. Some of the angels wings were spray painted copper for a more striking look. These angels are really easy to make, you can hang them from the tree. Make several of them and hang them in a garland. Or just hang a few from a branch, like I have done for a beautiful elegant Christmas decoration."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials


Materials List

  • 6 Feather Shuttlecocks
  • Scrap cardboard
  • Glue gun or strong glue
  • Spray paint (I used creamy white and copper). Optional.

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I have never heard of the feather shuttlecocks before now. Where do you find them? Do you have to go to a craft store, or can you just get them at Walmart? I love that you used hearts for the heads. I think it makes them look cuter. I may use a gold pipe cleaner to make a halo.

Wow, this is such a creative idea. Thanks for sharing :)


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