Communicate to all your friends the arrival of your baby with these beautiful little angels! That also has the possibility of being a Christmas ornament or christening.
Nothing more perfect than celebrating the birth of your little angel by giving visitors another.
They're easy to do!
- Satin or taffeta patchwork in white and salmon, blue and pink
- Round jig
- Canecalon hair
- Golden wire
- Acrylic filler
- Fabric paints
- Cushion tape (optional)
- Rendinhas (optional)
- hot glue
- Fine brush
- Button 2 cm
Way of doing
Trace a circle to the body with the template. The circle must be at least 10 cm in diameter.
With the flame of a lighter or the stove, slightly warm the edges so that they do not break.
A pyrograph or soldering iron also works.
Wrap the edge in and make a small sheath along the disk, puckering as you proceed.
When you have passed all over the edge, pull the line, to close.
If necessary, feed the needle back near the edge until the disc is closed in the center.
For the wings, make a yo-yo of the same size with the white satin and pull it so that the seam is down.
Fold the yo-yo in half and attach with stitches.
Make a crease in the middle to form the wings.
For the head, cut into the satin salmon a circle of 4 cm in diameter - that is, a spare 2cm in relation to the button.
After you whittle all this little disc, put a little acrylic filling.
Put the button inside and close the yoke on it.
Make eyes and mouth with the handle of a fine brush or a barbecue stick.
Note: use only paint; if you mix it with water, it will wipe the fabric.
Attach a small ring of hair on top of the head with a few discreet points.
For the halo, wrap the wire in a cylindrical object at least 1cm wide, like this line spool (pencils are very thin).
Leave a straight tip for the handle and glue behind the head with hot glue.
Mount the angel with hot glue or dots, and decorate at will with ribbons, lace, etc.
This little angel can be presented as a memento of motherhood or baptism, pasted with a card.
If you want to hang it on the bedroom door, make a strap with a tape or a sutache, pasting the tips back with hot glue.