Supremely Cute Stacked Scraps Angel


Supremely Cute Stacked Scraps Angel


Supremely Cute Stacked Scraps Angel
Supremely Cute Stacked Scraps Angel

Here is a scrappy little project to transform your favorite fabric scraps into a sweet little folk angel to decorate your home.

This Supremely Cute Stacked Scraps Angel is colorful and folksy. If you want to learn how to make a Christmas angel, this is the project for you. Easily customizable, you can craft this multicolored angel for Christmas and make it into a homemade ornament or piece of DIY holiday decor.

This adorable angel craft can be the perfect touch to add to a special package, wreath, or holiday mantel display.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialFabric


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When I click on this it takes me to a website for guitar lessons. Is there another way to access the pattern

This is so cute. I think this cloth yoyo craft would be excellent for children who are learning how to use needle and thread. This has an old fashioned appeal with the yoyos yet a modern look with the current patterns in cloth. This is an excellent way to use up cloth scraps. Wouldn't it be precious to make an angel from scraps from a homemade wedding?

I think I would make the wings from larger yoyos so they would stand out a little more, but other than that, I like this pattern. It's easy to make yoyos while watching TV or in those odd moments when you're cooking dinner, so it wouldn't feel as if it took a lot of time.

You can make use your colorful ponytails for this project.

I love this idea for getting rid of the extra fabric pieces in your closet. I always have scraps, but very few scrap projects appeal to me, but this one is a winner. It is so cute, and though it takes a little time, it looks like it is worth it. What a wonderful idea to start ahead of time to give as holiday gifts.

This project looks so pretty. It may take some time to put together, but the end result is a really beautiful decoration. This is something I want to add to my to do list for this summer.

My women's extension unit has been making these yoyos for another project! They would work well for this folksy angel. I myself can see shades of yellow or any fabric with metallic thread in it working great! I also had a thought about stacking the yoyos in an even more graduated cone shape, using shades of green fabric and hot gluing a star on top of the button for a Christmas tree!

It's cute but looks like it's ready for a Luau.


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