Repurposed Baking Cone Angel Christmas Ornaments

3 Materials
$1
45 Minutes
Easy
Repurposing things into Christmas ornaments is one of my favorite things to do, and when I saw this $1 set of baking cones at the thrift store I thought... why not?
These cones are a fun shape and I immediately thought of angels.


I enjoy making angels out of unusual things like these Repurposed Salt & Pepper Angels.
For these cone angels I found some earrings in my stash to use for wings.
I removed the ear wires with pliers.
Using my glue gun I glued the earring onto the back of the, a vintage faux pearl dangle earring as the head and dress, and part of a broken rhinestone bracelet along the bottom.
I glued on some mini faux pearl beading for hanging, and finished it off with a ribbon rose at the neck and a vintage washer as the halo.


Because I used bits of bobs of odds and ends that I already had on hand this was a great and inexpensive stash buster project. The time and cost estimate is for this one angel.


I also made two more cone angels that look completely different. To check them out, and the full tutorial too, visit my blog post link below. If you loce angels like I do you might also enjoy these quick and easy chandelier crystal angel ornaments.



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Earrings
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  • Dahliaqueen Dahliaqueen on Dec 23, 2017
    Just wondering what are baking cones used for? $1 at thrift store is a bargmain compared to what they sell for . Thanks just curious

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