Last week my diy Christmas ornament was a cross stitch ball. This week it is a sweet angel. I made these for our Christmas tree many years ago.
Although some sewing is needed, much can be hot glued.
small pieces of green cotton, white cotton, brown and pink felt
1/4" ribbon (your choice of color) for bow
lace, wide rick rack, or ruffled ribbon
handful of stuffing
embroidery floss ( I used brown.)
How to make her:
Cut out the angel's face, wings, cheeks, and bangs using the pattern.
With right sides together, sew with a 1/4" seam leaving about an inch opening for turning the wings.
Clip the points and the curved edges. Turn right side out.
Gently push the points of the wings ~ I use chop sticks.
Little by little push the stuffing into the wing. Again I used my chop sticks.
Glue the bangs and cheeks onto her face. I used a water erasable pen to mark the eyes (you can see the blue in the photo ~ it comes off with just a damp cloth). Embroider the eyes using a lazy daisy stitch.
Carefully glue the lace around the face, and add a small bow at her chin.