DIY Bali Style Beaded Angel Charms Recipe from eCrafty.com

DIY Angel Charms from eCrafty.com
It’s always a good time for angels!  It has been a while since we made our angels at eCrafty.com, and the good news is that now making angels is even easier than ever!  For instructions, clickable supply list & links, read on!  #angel #angelcharm #DIYangel #diygifts #handmade #balibeads #beadcaps #beading #crafts #diy

materials you will need

All supplies mentioned below can be found at www.eCrafty.com.

If you want to expand your choices, you can add a few more items like our

Anne found that our earring nuts SKU 1568 make it possible to make angels with little “feet” showing.

How to Make Them With “feet”

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  • Choose your wings, skirt, head, and halo. With the Bali bead mix and the pearl mix you will have plenty of choices!
  • Stack your choices as shown on two (2) ball end head pins with an ear nut as the component closest to the ball ends. (It can be a little challenging to get both head pins through the ear nut.) The order of components on the head pins is ear nut, skirt, wings, pearl head, halo.
  • Push the parts down onto the head pins so that the ends show as feet below the skirt and the other parts are snug on the ear nut.

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  • Make a wrapped loop above the halo and trim. Your angel is ready!
Without “Feet”

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  • Choose your wings, skirt, head, and halo.
  • Stack your choices on one (1) ball end head pin with an ear nut as the component closest to the ball end of the head pin. The order of components on the head pins is ear nut, skirt, wings, pearl head, halo.
  • Push the parts down onto the head pin so that all parts are snug on the ear nut.
  • Make a wrapped loop above the halo and trim. Your angel is ready!

Supplies with clickable links from eCrafty.com

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About the Designer: Anne Strasser

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Meet Anne!  The Queen of Glue, she is the ultimate multi-tasker. She does all kinds of things for us at eCrafty.com. Writing. Creating. Blogging. Gluing things to things. More creating. Packing. Taking care of our wonderful customers, of course! When she’s not here, she’s out and about writing, creating, gluing things to things, blogging, gardening, making websites and taking care of her family.

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