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Thread: Lace Angel

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    Here are the pictures of the angels I made
    I used app. 18" of Lace and Tulle

    layer them together and thread floral wire through them

    I used a 12" square of fabric, a1" styrofoam ball and I used a small piece of batting to soften the foam

    wrap fabric around ball and tie with string / embroidery thread

    ruffle the lace and tulle on the wire and wrap around the neck

    scrunch up the bottom of the tulle and the white fabric only and cut it off even with the lace

    make a double bow out of wired ribbon, and using the floral wire, tie the "wings" on

    final steps are to tie on the hanger with the same floral wire, I used fishing line but you can use ribbon also, once you have added your hanger you are now ready to cut off the excess floral wire

    Once you've done this cut a pipe cleaner and form it into a circle and hot glue to the back of the angels head for the halo

    the finished project
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    Cute!

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    cute cute

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    Thank you for putting it on here...Your a doll!!!

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    Thank you so much, I've bookmarked this. Hope to get a chance to make a few for Christmas! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    those are so sweet!

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    Those are so cute. Thanks for the tute.

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    Thanks so much for the tutorial! I'd better get busy 'cause I love these angels!

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    wow these are pretty, good job

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    Not a good job, GREAT JOB. I love those they are so cute.

    Rita

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    I love them. Thanks

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    Thanks - I love the angel and will try to make one for Christmas.

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    Those are cute!

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    Lovely! Gotta try it! Thanks.

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    These are so cute. Thanks for the tute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short an Sweet
    Here are the pictures of the angels I made
    I used app. 18" of Lace and Tulle

    layer them together and thread floral wire through them

    I used a 12" square of fabric, a1" styrofoam ball and I used a small piece of batting to soften the foam

    wrap fabric around ball and tie with string / embroidery thread

    ruffle the lace and tulle on the wire and wrap around the neck

    scrunch up the bottom of the tulle and the white fabric only and cut it off even with the lace

    make a double bow out of wired ribbon, and using the floral wire, tie the "wings" on

    final steps are to tie on the hanger with the same floral wire, I used fishing line but you can use ribbon also, once you have added your hanger you are now ready to cut off the excess floral wire

    Once you've done this cut a pipe cleaner and form it into a circle and hot glue to the back of the angels head for the halo
    Thanks for pix so cute where were you the year I did angels on my Christmas tree?

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    That is so cute.

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    Very Cute

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    These angels are so cute! Thanks for the tute! I plan to make some for my church's Christmas bazaar....

    Nightengale Grammy

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    Simply adorable! Thanks for sharing!

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    Those are beautiful. Thanks for the instructions.

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    SO ADORABLE !!!!!!!!!

    Thanks
    Judy in Michigan

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    So very cute, I use to make those sorts of things, gave away lots of supplies. I only want to make quilts now.

    You did a great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short an Sweet
    Here are the pictures of the angels I made
    I used app. 18" of Lace and Tulle

    layer them together and thread floral wire through them

    I used a 12" square of fabric, a1" styrofoam ball and I used a small piece of batting to soften the foam

    wrap fabric around ball and tie with string / embroidery thread

    ruffle the lace and tulle on the wire and wrap around the neck

    scrunch up the bottom of the tulle and the white fabric only and cut it off even with the lace

    make a double bow out of wired ribbon, and using the floral wire, tie the "wings" on

    final steps are to tie on the hanger with the same floral wire, I used fishing line but you can use ribbon also, once you have added your hanger you are now ready to cut off the excess floral wire

    Once you've done this cut a pipe cleaner and form it into a circle and hot glue to the back of the angels head for the halo
    BEAUTIFUL! I have to try that later, much later.

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    very nice! thanks, Kay

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