Little Scrappy Angel

6:00:00 AM

One of my favorite things to do is to create with scraps.

and what is better for the Christmas holiday season then to create adorable scrappy ornaments?

My Angel is created from pieces found in my workshop.

Starting with a piece of reclaimed wood.

I made the face with a wooden knob and the halo is a biscuit cutter and wire.

Her wings and arms are a vintage drawer pull.

The book is a piece of metal with real paper pages.

I created the dress from a piece of old tin ceiling tile and added NOEL with my vinyl cutter.

She was given a coat of white chalk paint to even out the color.

and a beautiful scrappy angel is born in my workshop!

Want to make one yourself? Here is what you'll need... (affiliate links)


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  1. So sweet, your angel is adorable! Very clever too, I liked the drawer pull as arms and it makes good wings too!

  2. Adorable Susan! I love the drawer pull "wings" :)

  3. Just love this, Susan! What a little beauty you created!! Love how you think!!
    Have a blessed Christmas!!

  4. love, love, love the drawer pull as wings and arms! so brilliant Susan! :)



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