Love decorating for Christmas with angels? Then you’ll really enjoy this array of angel crafts for kids we’ve rounded up. A simple, adorable way to add a special meaningful look to your home during the holiday season.
Make these angel crafts with your toddlers, preschoolers or kindergarteners just in time for Christmas using kid-friendly craft material including everything from paper plates and toilet paper rolls to cupcake liners and footprints :).
Find a favorite to create with your child as you countdown to Christmas. You can even go the super-easy route and paint colorful ready-to-go angels too!!
Angel Christmas Crafts for Kids
Angel crafts made from paper plates
Start creating angels with your kids using those everyday paper plates you use come meal time. They are inexpensive and can be used in so many different ways – from the foundation to those heavenly wings!
Cotton Ball Paper Plate Angel Craft from My Kid Craft
Paper Plate Angel from Mess for Less
Singing Angel Paper Plate Christmas Craft from Meaningful Mama
Angel crafts made from paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls:
Okay so you might not instantly think celestial beings when you thing of toilet paper rolls, but this is a simple craft material you most definitely have lying around in the house and can put to good use. Paint it, add glitter or tissue paper and decorate to create your own unique angel friend. Below are some of my favorite toilet paper roll angel crafts easy for little ones to make at home!
Paper Towel Roll Angel from Meaningful Mama
Toilet Roll Angel from Red Ted Art
Toilet Roll Angel with Candle from Crafty Morning
Angel Christmas Craft from Mommy’s Bundle
Angel crafts made from cupcake liners or doilies:
There’s no limit to how creative you can get — add cupcake liners or doilies for an even more fun angel craft.
Cupcake Liner Angels from Crafty Morning
Paper Muffin Liner Angel from Muffin Tin Mom
Christmas Doily Tree Topper from Mama Wear Papa Shirt
Angel crafts made from construction paper:
Keep it simple and cut up some construction paper you can embellish in a number of ways for a beautiful angel craft. Decorate with makers, glitter, stickers, yarn and hang from the tree.
Angel Craft from No Time for Flash Cards
Kid-Made Advent Angels from Mum in the Madhouse
Mini Paper Angels from The Craft Train
Paper Angel Printable from Red Ted Art
Angel crafts made from handprints, footprints and fingerprints:
Have paint in house? Perfect! Make handprint, footprint angels from your favorite colors or trace your child’s hands to create the perfect-size wings!
Footprint Angels With Cotton Clouds from Sunny Day Family
Hand Print Angel Craft from My Little 3
Mom’s Lil Angel Footprint Tile from Fun Handprint Art
Fingerprint Angels from Crafty Morning
Angel crafts made from feathers, pipe cleaners and foam:
Add tissue paper, feathers or a foam cup to dress up your angel even more. Don’t forget to save those pipe cleaners — they make the perfect halo!
Feather and Pipe Cleaner Angel Craft from Powerful Mothering
Angel Craft from Foam Cup I Heart Crafty Things
Clothespin Angel Craft Pre-K Pages
Whatever material you choose to go with to decorate your angel craft, one thing is certain, the result will be a beautiful heavenly touch to your Christmas season that your child helped create!
The kids will need some guidance with a few of these, but they all make for beautiful angels to celebrate Christmas!
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Ana, a mom to three rambunctious little boys, has supported hundreds of thousands of women throughout their pregnancy and motherhood journey since 2012 as a blogger and maternal health advocate at MommysBundle.com.
Theresa @DearCreatives says
What fun! I love all the little angels. I still might have Sammie’s somewhere. I didn’t decorate fully as we’ll be out of town for the holidays. Happy holidays!
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maggy, red ted art says
Awww so many cute angels!! Thanks so much for including ours 🙂
Tricia the Good Mama says
I remember making some of these angel crafts when I was a little girl in school. I totally forgot about them! I’m definitely going to get my son involved in making one of these crafts with me.
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James Robert says
My girls love doing crafts, some great Angels here and they would have fun making them
Jen Walshaw says
Thank you for including mine. What a fab roundup – scheduled to share and pinned
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