How to Make a Quick and Easy Deco Mesh Angel Tutorial

How to Make a Quick and Easy Deco Mesh Angel Tutorial

I love angels. Are you an angel collector? If your answer is yes, you will love this tutorial on how to make a quick and easy DIY Christmas deco mesh angel.

When it comes to Christmas and making crafts — angels are my favorite items to have and to make.

This craft is so easy to make. Also, this project doesn’t need a lot of supplies.

In this tutorial, I have also included the video time stamp so that it would be easy for you to follow the instructions.

You can scroll down to find the list of the materials needed and the step-by-step instructions for making this craft.

And by the way, you also need to be patient in working on this project. The mesh will stay curled. Also, when handling the mesh pieces, be gentle so that edges won’t unravel.

How-to Video Tutorial : Christmas Angel Deco Mesh

Supplies Needed

Step by Step Instructions

  • 2:28 – 3:40 . . . Cut 12 pcs of deco mesh: 12″ long
  • 3:42 – 5:12 . . . Stretch the deco mesh 2 corners outwards: top left corner and bottom right corner. After stretching each deco mesh, let one of your hands hold the mesh together in the center — leaving them stacked.
  • 5:15 – 5:58 . . . Wings and Neck: Tie the gathered deco mesh in the middle with a pipe cleaner. The midddle is the neck of the angel. Don’t cut the excess wire — this will be used for hanger. The excess wire should be on the back of the angel’s wings.
  • 6:00 – 6:57 . . . Angel’s Skirt: Bring down the bottom 6 pieces from each side of the wire. The top pieces are the wings.
  • 6:58 – 8:00 . . . About an inch below the wire, tie it with another pipe cleaner at the back. Cut the excess wire.
  • 8:02 – 9:30 . . . Angel’s Head: Remove the cap of the Christmas ornament ball, put hot glue on the tip of the ornament and stick it on top of the angel’s neck. Hold for a few seconds until the hot glue dries.
  • 9:32 – 12:08 . . . Bow: Make a bow with the red ribbon and set aside. Cut another piece of ribbon and fold it over in the center, then apply hot glue to the back and stick it on the angel’s neck. Put hot glue inside the fold. Then, hot glue the red bow on top.
  • 12:09 – 13:01 . . . Angel’s Halo: Take the last pipe cleaner and make a loop, then hot glue to the back of the angel’s head. Cut the excess wire.
  • 13:02 – 13:11 . . . Hanger: Twist both ends of the first pipe cleaner that was attached to the angel.
  • 13:13 . . . Finishing touch: Trim off the ends of the ribbon with a V-cut.

My Christmas Thoughts

This project is very easy and quick to make. You will love to make a lot of them for your holiday decor, and also to give away. In fact, I am planning to make some of these lovely angels to decorate my church’s lobby.

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