Vintage Angel Ornaments

4:20:00 PM

 This project was a cinch and the results are beautiful!

First I started with an old, yellowed, paperback dictionary...
does anyone even use a dictionary anymore?

I tore out pages, rolled them into cones and glued them leaving the torn edges.

Next I stapled 6 cones together at the tips.

I applied glitter glue along the yellowed edges of the paper.

Thanks to the Graphics Fairy's beautiful images, I copied an angel and cut out only the head and arms.

I used the glitter glue to highlight the wings and headband of the angel... and attached her to the 6 cones.

I attached a circle of silver card stock to the back of the ornament for stability and attached a gold string through the opening.

A beautiful vintage paper ornament!

If you like this please check out the Vintage Rudolph tags also made from old book pages!

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  1. Sweet little project. Love your new blog look, btw.

  2. Susan, that's beautiful! What a clever idea and a great project! I could see a bunch of these on a Christmas tree or even hanging off chair backs.

  3. Love it, I'm bookmarking this.....thanks for sharing! Warm Hugs,

  4. Beautiful! I love using book pages for anything -- the glitter on the angel and dress is the perfect touch!

  5. Your angel ornament is really pretty :-) The dress made from dictionary pages is a great idea, and the glitter accents are the perfect embellishment :-)

  6. This is so cute!! It has a wonderful Victorian feel! I love it!

  7. Amazing project! What a great job! Thanks for sharing these fun crafts.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  8. This is beautiful. Again you are getting creative ideas popping in my head.
    I recently cleaned out a home with hundreds of books, too many to read in a lifetime, and some not in good enough condition to donate.

    Have to love that Graphics Fairy, don't we. :)

  9. Hi Susan - I'm a follower of yours. LOVE this vintage angel! * have two Christmas parties going on and I'd love for you to share this project!


  10. hiya susan ( long time no see/read) what a gorgeous angel project i think i will try it with a matching wreath x i have used this graphics fairy angel on a church candle and it is amazing i will blog about it and link to your angel too x tfs

  11. I love vintage and you put it to beautiful use here! Kudos!!!

  12. Hi Susan, I'm featuring your Vintage Angel Ornament that you linked up to Project Queen's Christmas Craft Tutorial last week. I LOVE IT!

    Thanks so much for linking up and I hope you come back this week!


  13. Your angel is beautiful! What a really clever idea!


  14. The best little ornament i have seen so far , i just think it is so cute . I might have to try his one


  15. So very, very pretty Susan! Laurel

  16. Well done - this looks amazing!

    I'd love it if you could share this over on my Simply Christmas Inspiration Party at

  17. Congrats on being FEATURED this morning at BRAG MONDAY at GF for this project you shared last Monday! Very darling!

    Visiting from GraphicsFairy BRAG MONDAY party this morning,
    ~From Chilly NW Illinois,
    Suzanne at WhyCuzICan

  18. A great little idea for the tree. Gotta have a go at this one Hugs Vee x

  19. Lovely simple project. If someone described it I would have thought too kitch but it really looks great and perfect for a Victorian Christmas style

  20. Saw your Angel Ornament on Brag Monday. Adorable ornament! Thanks for sharing.


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