Sunday, December 4, 2011

On the SECOND Day of Christmas....

....I am a day late, but at least it is up!!

I made Paper Rosette Angels!



To make these, you will need:

White Cardstock: Cut to 3" x 4 1/2". Score and accordion fold every 1/4"
Cream Cardstock: Cut to 3/4" x 5". Score and accordion fold every 1/4"
White Vellum: Cut TWO at 1 3/4" x 5 1/2". Score and accordion fold every 1/4"

Score your pieces BEFORE punching the edges....it is much easier! Fold after you punch. You will also need two 3/4" circles to hold the rosette front and back. For the Face you will need a 1/2" circle. For the halo and arms, you will need two 3/4" rings of cardstock. You can also add a flower or other embellishment. Watch the video below for further instruction.



Use these as ornaments or fun gift decorations.

Enjoy

Laura

28 comments:

  1. These were so worth the wait! They're adorable. I was getting worried that you'd been held hostage at the mall. :-)

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  2. OH MY GOSH!!!! Laura I absolutely LOVE these angels. I've been looking for a pretty paper angel to make for my breast cancer ladies and this is so perfect. BTW I made the bottom of my snow globe today and am ready for Wed class. It was very easy because of you. Thank you so much Laura for the extraordinary amount of work you put into these projects. My husband thinks we're genius', ha! He loves this project. Watching the class live and then having the video to put the project together makes a humongous (ha) difference. Have a great week and I'll see you on Wed.

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  3. Laura I really love these sweet little angels and plan to make several to hang on our tree.You always get me so inspired. You are a very special lady and your talent is unending. I do enjoy your projects, as they are always so special and beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with all your peeps.
    Have a wonderful week and May God Bless you and your family. Hugs Pammiebear

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  4. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this project!! I'm bound to make several of these and give them as gifts! I could see a whole tree decorated with these little beauties! THANK YOU!!!

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  5. I absolutely love this project!! You die it again Laura! Thank you.

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  6. oh those are so pretty! thanks for another wonderful project!

    ~Lori

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  7. So cute Laura. A great quick project. thanks
    Lee:)

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  8. Laura these are really beautiful, thank you so much for sharing it with us. Lee x

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  9. I love the angels! Now I know what to make for my 4 grandchildren for their Christmas ornaments this year! TFS!

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  10. I will definitely make one of these and add it to my tree :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing with a Great tutorial! I am a new subscriber from yt. Found so many wonderful projects, wanted to drop by & say Thanks! Enjoying learning from you, Traci

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  12. OMG Laura....So angelic.Iwill be making these this morning. I will be sending these out in my Christmas cards.
    The punches are...
    Christmas Bows Edger Punch
    Garden Rail Edger Punch
    Arrow Border Edger Punch

    Thank you Laura

    Margaret Ann

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  13. Thanks a bunch for this wonderful tutorial. These angels are so cute!

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  14. Laura, these angels are really cute! I am SO going to to make some now because we are having a snow day here. YIPEE!! Thanks for sharing how you make them - it is appreciated!

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  15. So cute, love it.

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  16. These are so lovely. I am for sure going to be making lots of them! Many thanks - and you are an angel for teaching us!!

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  17. Laura...Your Angels are amazing. I just finishing making one and wanted to let you know how beautiful it turned out. Thanks for sharing your creations with all of us. You truely are an angel!! I can's wait for your next project.

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  18. Thank you so much for how generously you share your talent, inspiration and enthusiasm!!! I have been following you now since about April or so and I felt it was time to pop in here and let you know how very much you are appreciated for all you do!!! These angels are so elegant and will definitely be what I make now for all my coworkers this year! And, I'll be making some with my 5 year old granddaughter this Thursday.

    So, thank you again!

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  19. This is gorgrous, gonna make this with kids today.
    hugs
    Ildiko

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  20. Adorable angel...and so easy, thank you Laura for this little gift! Bye...
    Ils sont superbes ses petits anges, tu as de si bonnes idées et en plus ils sont si faciles à faire, bravo Laura et merci!

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  21. That is so cute and so simple too! It's the perfect excuse for me to finally get some Vellum paper.

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  22. Just Beautiful! Thank you for sharing :)

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  23. What a wonderful project!!!!
    I think I will try this one too.
    Thank you so much for the tutorial!!!
    Margit

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  24. Great idea, adorable angel. Thank you for the video.

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  25. These angels are so beautiful. Thank you so much for the tutorial.
    Karen

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