Angel Pin

Supplies
1 qty. 12” length of 2 ” Christmas Print ribbon
1 qty. 2 ” x 2 ” Cocoa Brown Foamie for head #30041092
1 qty. 1” x 1” Pink Foamie #77613596
1 qty. 12” Tinsel Stem gold #30055165 or silver #30055164 2 qty. 10mm Moving eyes #30055157
Black Sharpie Marker #91029
1 qty. 6” of thin cording for hanger silver #30077057 or gold #30077058 or pin back #77403337

Tools:
Pen/Pencil for tracing
Sharp Scissors
” Heart Punch #77178632
Low Temp Glue Gun & Glue Sticks

 

Directions

Trace and cut out angel’s head from foamie as indicated on the pattern.

 

To form the halo, take the tinsel stem and form a loop on one end. Twist the end to secure, leaving about 7” left of stem. Take the 12” length of ribbon and fold in half, overlapping the ends to form a large loop. Use the straight end of the tinsel stem to wrap around the middle of the ribbon overlap to secure. Adjust the halo so that it sits above in the center (refer to pictured sample).

 

Place the two moving eyes in the center of the face and glue in place. Use the Black sharpie marker to draw in wisps of hair and a smiling face. Punch out two hearts from the Pink Foamie with the ” Heart punch. Place a heart on either side of the face for the cheeks and glue in place. Place the angel’s head in the center of the ribbon with the halo sticking up above. Glue in place. Tie a thin cording to the halo if you want to use it as an ornament. For a pin, glue the pin back behind the ribbon center. 2008 Ben Franklin Crafts, Inc.

 

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