My Sheri Crafts #140


Angels... the new challenge over at My Sheri Crafts!  Design Team Sister, Peachy, had asked us to celebrate "Be an Angel" Day on August 22nd, by creating any angel project

Have you ever seen a craft project and thought they are the most adorable things ever?  Then you think to yourself... "I can make that!"

Well that's exactly what I did with these angle ornaments.  I've seen so many of them online and decided to attempt and make them myself

This white one was my first attempt.  I used plain white cardstock and brushed it with white perfect pearls.  The trimmings were from a stash I received from Design Team Sister, Charlotte.  The wings are Cheery Lynn die cut of a butterfly.  The head is a bell you often see in crafts during Christmas time and it's perfect for hanging up the ornaments.  The halo is made from a glittery piece of pipe cleaner

My second attempt is a smaller version and a more perfect size ornament.  I also decided that angels don't always have to wear white, do they?  So, into my stash of scrap papers I go!  The trimmings are also from Charlotte... thank you Charlotte!

Well, what do you think?

Thanks for looking!

Now... it's your turn to create something spectacular and join us over at  My Sheri Crafts


  1. Raquel these are just lovely. Trim is pretty too. The children could choose the paper of their choice to create their own for this year to hang on the tree.

  2. Fabulous creations Raquel! These will be treasured for many years! :)

  3. I think these are gorgeous, that's what I think! I KNOW they'd make beautiful presents at Christmas time. Imagine even using one as a bow on my sibling's presents so they can take it off the package and put it right on the tree adn use it year after year. These are wonderful, simply wonderful! Hugs, Gail

  4. What sweet angel ornaments, Raquel -- very clever to use your scraps, bits, pieces to create such unique and special ornaments!!!

  5. Raq, this is super adorable and so special too! I love the use of pipe cleaners as their halos and the sweet trim on the little outfits.