I have another easy DIY ornament to share with you. This Canvas Angel Ornament will be a pretty addition to any tree. You’ll only need a few supplies to make one of your own.
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I have an assortment of angel ornaments on our family tree. It’s the tree that is a hodge podge of ornaments we’ve collected or made over the years. Last year for the Christmas Tree Blog Hop, I shared some of our memories and ornaments. I’ll be adding a few of these canvas angels to the tree this year.Use laminated canvas from @BurlapFabric to create angel ornaments | Easy Christmas Craft #sponsored #diyornaments #easyornaments #angelornaments Click To Tweet
Laminated Canvas DIY Angel Ornament
Supplies Used for Laminated Canvas Ornament
- Laminated Canvas
- Hot Glue Gun and Sticks
- Small Jump Ring
- White Bead
How to Make an angel ornament using laminated canvas
Laminated canvas is a great product to work with. I love using both the canvas and laminated burlap. You can cut without fraying and they can both be used in most home printers. Burlap Fabric has a great assortment of both burlap and canvas products that I love.
- Cut a square from a sheet of laminated canvas
- Sketch an outline for the angel’s body and include an area for a flap
- Cut the outline out along the pencil line
- Cut a rectangle from the laminated canvas
- Fold it using an accordion style fold
- Tie a small piece of twine in the center and trim the ends of the twine away
- Turn the angel body over, with the back side up
- Add a small dot of hot glue to the accordion folded wings
- Press in place
- Pull the flap over the wings and hot glue it in place
- Turn the angel over and glue a piece of twine onto it as shown
- Add adhesive gems to embellish it
- Make a small bow from twine and hot glue it near the top of the angel
- Use hot glue to attach a round bead to the top for the angel’s head
- Use a jewelry tool or small pliers to press a jump ring together
- Hot glue the jump ring to the top of the bead
I added another piece of twine onto the angel to add more dimension to the dress. It’s glued onto the canvas in the back.
The finishing touch was to add a pretty hook so that the angel can hang on a tree. I hot glued the hook to the back of the angel.
Since these take so little time to make, you can make several of them in less than 30 minutes. The beads, jump rings, and laminated canvas all come in packs, so you’ll have the supplies need to make lots of them.
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DIY Canvas Angel Ornament
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