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Pinecone Angel Ornaments

December 21, 2010

Adorn any tree with this darling angel ornament handmade and ready in minutes to spruce up your tree.

Approximate Time: 10 minutes each

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Supplies:

*Paint pine cones first, if desired.

Instructions:

  1. Wrap a piece of lace around a pine cone. Glue at back to keep it on.
  2. Break away a few pieces of pine cone to set the head on. Glue and set the head in place.
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  4. Make the hair using the yarn. Glue a halo on the angel head and also glue the ribbon in the center of the ornament to hang her by.

  5. Take the 3 inch wide ribbon and cut 6 inches off. Fold in half and secure with a piece of floral wire. Fluff the ribbon on both sides. Glue this to the back of the angel.
  6. Take the red chenille stick and cut a 4 inch piece and add a bit of glue to the center of the back and attach to the angel head. Fold in at the ends a bit to form her hands. Glue in a small flower so it looks like she is holding it.
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  8. Hang her on your tree or make several more for a table decoration.

Tip: Pine cones that do not like to stand up can be fixed by removing a few pieces of the pine cone off the bottom.

By gem from VA

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