This angel is so sweet and adorable on top of the Christmas tree. I thought I’d share it with you today, so you and the kids can make one of your very own. Come on in, and I’ll show you how to make this Simple Coffee Filter Angel Christmas Tree Topper Craft for Kids to Make
Coffee Filter Angel Tree Topper Craft…
This is a fun craft to do with the kids, and just look at how adorable it is on the tree!
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Here’s What You’ll Need For This Angel Craft:
- A white paper cup
- 3 coffee filters
- a small round Styrofoam ball
- gold twine, rope, or ribbon – about 8 inches long
- gold rope – about 3 inches long
- warm glue gun or Fabri-Tac glue
Now, on to the fun:
- Turn the cup upside down
- Place one of the coffee filters over the cup
- Using the toothpick poke a hole through the center of the cup and coffee filter
- Push the toothpick down a little ways, but leave most of the toothpick sticking up out of the top of the cup
- You can use a warm glue gun to secure the toothpick, or wait until later
- Push the Stryofoam ball onto the rest of the toothpick
- Leave a space between the ball and cup, for the neck of the angel
- Place the next coffee filter over the ball and use your longest gold rope to tie it in place
- grab your other filter and fold it in half
- crimp it in the middle and use glue to secure it to the back of the angel
- If you haven’t secured the toothpick to the cup, now is a good time to do it. Just flip the cup over and dab some glue around the toothpick
- Grab your small rope, and form a ring – glue to secure
- place a dab of glue at the back of the angel’s head to hold the gold ring halo
And, there you have it! A sweet angelic tree topper or Christmas decoration.
If you are looking for more Simple Christmas Angel Crafts for your tree or Sunday School, then check out the post below…
Here’s a snack bag and cotton ball angel craft for the tree – Click Here
Here’s a really old post, but a sweet Angel Tree Topper to make from paper plates – Click Here
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I absolutely love these tree toppers!I am currently writing an e-book about Christmas. If it’s ok with you, I’d love to include a link to this fun craft in my blog.
Thank you – Absolutely. I’d love it if you would keep the instructions out and only include an image, brief description and a link so your audience can click through to see the instructions. Thank you so much for including me.