Angel blowing horn pattern
Angel holding candle
Angel with doll design image- found on a old tombstone
The wings of the angel shown here are made with ribbon glued on the back. Lightweight lace also works beautifully.
Hint: For easier painting – always paint the entire angel wood base first -then paint the flesh for the face and hands, then the white cuffs on the hand, the details of the face next, etc. It’s easy to make the eyes= just DOT them. Use the end of a small artist paint brush -dipped into black paint and slowly – dot – where the are are to be.
A fine liner brush was used to paint the words, cuffs, and bow. You can also use a colored Sharpie marker and achieve similar results.
Angel Looking Pattern
Angel playing harp
Angels blowing horn
Angel Flying ornament
Angel Friends Baby Pattern
Angel praying pattern outline
ANGEL ~~ Here is a mini angel design for you to cut from 1/2″ or 3/4″ pine. Note the painting guideline. Simple to cut- no need to drill holes. (RIGHT CLICK IMAGE TO SAVE)
Angels have no philosophy but love. ~Adeline Cullen Ray
Pay attention to your dreams – God’s angels often speak directly to our hearts when we are asleep. ~Quoted in The Angels’ Little Instruction Book by Eileen Elias Freeman, 1994
The wings can be made by inserting a hole (using the tip of a craft tool- or scissor point) in the back of the angel. Put a drop of Elmers glue in hole. Use a small piece of lace to insert into the hole. When painting the angels, paint the base of the angels with a flesh color of your choice. Then paint the white dress. Use a Sharpie marker for the lettering and also the face- if desired.