Eyelet Ribbon Lace Christmas Angel Decoration

Christmas Angel Tree Decoration  

  • Requirements
    • 13″ or (33cm) of ribbon
    • 1 gold/silver chenille stem.12″ (30cm)
    • 1 wooden doll head or wooden bead/poly ball or flat wooden friendly
      faces (best for cards). 1/2″ approx (1.5cm)
    • PVA adhesive.
  • Method
    • Lace the chenille stem through each of the holes on the edge
      of the Ribbon Lace.
    • Bunch the lace together in the middle of the chenille stem.
    • Twist the stems once to secure.
    • thread the dolls head bead through one of the chenille stem
    • Place your finger on the top of the dolls head and wrap the
      chenille stem around your finger to create the halo.
    • twist the stem to secure.
    • Make a hook with the remaining end of the chenille for
      securing to your Christmas Tree
    • The remaining chenille stem end can either cut and removed or
      used for additional security for attachment to your tree.
    • Fold back the wing ends to give a clean edge, secure the flaps
      with a dab of PVA glue.
  • Hints and Tips

    • For quick results secure the folded back flaps with a little
      double sided tape or foam pad.
    • Substitute the Dolls Head bead with standard bead and make
      facial markings with a felt pen.
    • Create a themed Christmas Tree using 24 angels on a tree lit
      with plain lights and covered in angel hair.
    • Stick to Angel on a aperture card for an interesting Christmas


Ribbon Lace, Chennile Stem, Bead Dolls Head
Ribbon Eyelet lace threaded with chenille stem
Thread the Ribbon lace with the chenille
Christmas Angel project.
Bunch the Lace in the center of the
chenille stem. Twist the stems once to secure
For a smaller version of this Angel which
will give a flatter appearance for Christmas Cards see the
& Swirls Angel
Ribbon Lace Christmas Tree Angel
Christmas Tree Angel Project

Eyelet Ribbon Lace Christmas Angel Decoration

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