the mulberry paper in half lengthwise. Curve cut both of the loose end
corners (not the folded end). Cut through both thicknesses. When you
unfold the mulberry paper, you should end up with an elongated oval.
and scrunch the fold line in the middle. Place the mulberry papers
perpendicular on top of each other. Use a little glue to hold together.
Push all of the loose ends down and slightly twist the gathered top.
Push twisted end into the hole of the bead. Glue in place.
of the yarn and make a loopy bow. Use the remaining 2” t tie bundle in
the middle. Cut loops apart and untwist yarn. Center yarn on top of the
bead head and glue for hair. Wrap wires around the thin paintbrush
handle to coil. Twist coils together to make a halo and glue to top of
strands of raffia to make them thinner. Make a small loopy bow bundle
and tie in the center with another piece of raffia. Glue to the back of
the angel for wings. Make a small bow with the ribbon and glue at
the end of a thin paintbrush handle and make dip dot eyes with the black
acrylic paint on the wood bead face. Let dry. You can also add cheeks by
brushing some chalk on before painting eyes.
pin back onto raffia wings and wear your Hawaiian Angel!