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Roly Poly Juice Lid Angel Doll

Angels come in all shapes and colors. Start with this Roly Poly Juice Lid Angel Doll and create your own special angel to hang around the house or on the tree at Christmas.

Trivia: An angel  is a supernatural being or spirit, often depicted in humanoid form with feathered wings on their backs and halos around their heads, found in various religions and mythologies.


Large frozen juice lid
Fabric scraps
Fusible web
Styrofoam meat trays
Popsicle sticks
Air drying clay
Large wool needle
White Glue


To make this Roly Poly Juice Lid Angel Doll, take a large frozen juice lid and cover it with fusible web and fabric. Iron until fabric adheres. You might want to substitute paint for the younger crafters. Draw arms and hands. Color hands with markers.

Cut a heart for the wings and a round cicle for the head from a clean styrofoam meat tray. Paint the heart (wings) and glue to the back of the body. Paint the face and draw hair and features with a marker and glue overlapping the front of the body.

Cut popsicle stick in half (wire cutters work well) for legs and paint to match face and hands. Glue to the back of the body.

Note: When using hot irons or sharp tools Adult supervision and assistance is suggested.

Roll out air drying clay or Play doh and cut out tiny stars with small shape cutters or free hand. Glue to feet

Use large needle threaded with ribbon to make hanger for your Christmas angel.

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Angel Crafts, Bible Crafts, Recycled Containers and Lids

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Marlies Cohen calls herself a creative maven and has been crafting all her life. Everything in her life is affected by her creativity and her house is her gallery. For the last 10 years she has had her own website and freely shares her ideas. She takes inspiration from her surroundings and sees her crafting not as work but as playing and experimenting, especially when it comes to recycling. Coming up with new uses for these items has become second nature.

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