Christmas Angel Ornaments
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Christmas Angel Ornaments

Age Range: 6-8
Craft Time: Under 30 mins
Messy Rating:
1 2 3 4 5
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Crayola® Construction Paper
  • Crayola® Blunt Tip Scissors
  • Photo
  • Crayola® Washable No-Run School Glue
  • Ribbon of Choice
  • Crayola® Markers
  • Creatology™ Chenille Stem - Gold
  • Crayola® Metallic FX Crayons
 
 

Developmental Skills

 
  • Fine Motor
  • Visual/Spatial
  • Cognitive
  • Social/Emotional
  • Virtue
 

Project Instructions

  1. For the Blue Angel: Use a crayon to draw two wide triangles of equal size on construction paper. Cut out triangles and slightly round one side of each, as shown. For the Yellow Angel: Use a crayon to draw one wide triangle on construction paper and cut a scalloped edge along one side, as shown. Draw angel wings on the same color of paper and cut out.
  2. For the Blue Angel: Glue the triangles together overlapping, with the rounded sides on the bottom, as shown. For the Yellow Angel: Glue the wings to the back of the triangle as shown.
  3. For Both Angels: Trim the head portion of the photo to fit in place for the angel's head. Glue the photo to the top of the triangle.
  4. For the Blue Angel: Write an angel poem or holiday message on white construction paper with the fine line marker and cut out. Glue in place below the photo. For the Yellow Angel: Use the fine line marker to write "Peace on Earth" or other message of choice, and to draw a dove.
  5. For Both Angels: Decorate the angel's robe with crayons. Write name and date on the back.
  6. For the Blue Angel: Tie ribbon into a shoestring bow and glue beneath the photo.
  7. For the Yellow Angel: Shape the chenille stem into a halo and glue to the back as shown.
  8. For Both Angels: Loop a small piece of ribbon and glue to the back of the ornament for a hanger. Let dry overnight before hanging on the tree.

Tips

Make ornaments with extra school photos for members of your family tree.


If a photo isn't available, have kids draw a self-portrait.

 

Craft Notes

Adult supervision is required at all times.