Last updated on October 10th, 2015 at 02:16 am
Turn a few pompoms into a teddy bear angel that you can wear as a pin or use as a Christmas tree decoration.
- 1 – 2 inch pompom (tummy)
- 1 – 1 1/2 inch pompom (head)
- 7 – 1 inch pompoms (hands, feet, tail)
- 2 – 1/8 inch pompoms (buttons)
- (pompom sizes will vary with different manufacturers, all sizes listed are approximate)
- Tacky Glue (hot glue for grown ups)
- 1/4 inch Wide Scrap Ribbon
Angel Wings (ribbon bow can replace the wings)
- Gold Ring for Halo
[xyz-ihs snippet=”AFCembed”]Craft Project Instructions:
Glue the 2 inch pompom and the 1 1/2 inch pompom together (this forms the head and body). Trim away a little fluff from one side of both pompoms. The trimmed area will flatten the bears tummy and face.
Glue two 1 inch pompoms for arms, two more for legs and 2 more for ears (refer to the photo for placement).
Glue one 1 inch pompom to the back centre bottom of the 2 inch pompom, for a tail (this will help Teddy to sit up on his own). Glue two 1/8 inch pompoms on the tummy (you can use buttons or beads for this instead).
Tie a small bow and glue in place on the teddy’s neck. Glue angel wings to the back of the bear and glue a small gold ring to the top of his head.
To add a face, simply glue or sew on a couple of beads or buttons for eyes nose and a mouth. You can also add a push pin or broach pin to the back of the teddy and use on your bulletin board or wear the cute little bear.
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