Choir of Angels Christmas Craft for Kids
You know it's Christmas when you hear choirs of 'angels' singing; at the shopping mall, in the school pageant, or in the car while driving to the school pageant! With this easy Christmas craft for kids you can all sing along, as kids create their own choir of angels.
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To make these beautiful angels you begin with funnels and styrofoam balls. Then complete the angels with any creative materials you have on hand.
If you don't have a funnel handy, you can try making our Christmas angel with a detergent bottle.
Here is what you will need.
Make one angel in silver and one in gold - or add a little bit of both to your angel.
Instructions for a gold angel.
Materials: plastic funnel, foam ball, craft eyes, glue
gold leaf, lace, embroidery thread or yarn, yellow chenille stem
1. Turn a funnel upside down and press a styrofoam ball firmly onto the tip.
2. Glue craft eyes to the face and draw a tiny mouth.
3. Wrap lace around the funnel and tape or glue at the back.
4. Cut two leaves from a gold poinsettia spray and glue to the back for wings.
5. Glue yellow embroidery thread onto the head for hair.
6. Make a circle with a yellow chenille stem for the halo. Push the end into the back of the foam ball to secure.
Instructions for a silver angel.
Materials: funnel, foam ball, craft eyes, glue
aluminum foil, bubble wrap, glitter, cotton ball, pipe cleaner
1.Finger paint glue onto the funnel to cover. Sprinkle silver confetti or glitter over the glue.
2. Wrap a white chenille stem around the neck and twist at the front to form hands. Can you see the little song book made out of aluminum foil that the hands are holding? You can help kids with both of these steps if necessary.
3.Cut wings from bubble wrap. Spread with glue. Sprinkle silver confetti or glitter over the glue.
4. Use cotton for a tuft of hair. Add craft eyes and draw a tiny mouth.
5. Wrap a chenille stem in tinfoil to make the silver halo (or use a glitter pipe cleaner if you have one!).
Here is the back view.
Have fun making your choir of angels. Then you and the kids can join in with the 'choir' to sing your favorite carols together!