Rocking Paper Plate Angel

It’s time to rock another paper plate craft to do with your kids, let’s make a rocking paper plate angel.

Angles are cute little creatures, they can be made all year round, but are most popular right around Christmas time.

Angel Craft rocking paper plate for kids.  Simple paper plate craft idea for kids.*this post contains affiliate links*

This rocking paper plate craft is a great addition to our Santa paper plate craft, especially if you’re planning a fun Christmas craft session.

The idea being that these rocking paper plate crafts are that they can also be used as toys to play with once the kids are done making them. But we have another special role in mind for this rocking paper plate – make it beautiful and shiny and replace your star at the top of the tree with a darling little angel. Pretty cool, right?

Want to make your Christmas tree even more angelic? Craft these frugal cotton round angel ornaments (so minimalistic and fun, but you can definitely make them more colorful).

Ready to make a bunch of cute little angels?

We are sure! Let’s create!

Angel Craft Rocking Paper Plate for Kids

How to Make a Rocking Paper Plate Angel

What do you need:

  • paper plate – one paper plate will make 1 angel
  • black marker
  • colored hair paper (yellow, orange, brown, black…)
  • embellishments (sequins…)
  • glue
  • the scissors

Watch the video tutorial

Follow the tutorial step by step

Fold the paper plate in half.

Cut along the fold.

Fold one half into a cone shape.

Unfold, apply glue on one end…

And stick together in a cone shape. Let the glue dry.

We usually use a clothespin to hold things together so we can move on to the next step and give the glue enough time to dry.

Take the other half of the paper plate and cut it in half again.

Take the one, now the quarter of the paper plate and cut it in half again.

Trim the edges of the two eights from the paper plate.

Take the other quarter and cut out a circle shape or use an awl to punch one out.

Place the circle on colored paper and cut a strip as wide as the circle (roughly as shown in the image below).

Apply glue to the top of the paper strip…

And bend it over the circle, making a beautiful hairline.

Draw the face with a marker.

Cut the arms from the remaining edges (quarters or eights of the paper plate).

Fold at one end…

…if you want your angel to be the festive type, add some decorations to the paper plate cone…

Glue on the hands.

And wings…

Don’t forget the head.

Finished! You made your angel a rocking paper plate.

Angel Craft Rocking Paper Plate

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More information about Rocking Paper Plate Angel

Time to rock another paper plate craft to make with your kids, let’s make a rocking paper plate angel.
Angles are lovely little creatures, they can be made all year round, but are most popular just around Christmas time.
*this post contains affiliate links*
This rocking paper plate craft is a nice addition to our Santa Claus paper plate craft, especially if you are planning a fun Christmas crafting session.
The idea being these rocking paper plate crafts is that they can also be used as toys to play with once kids are done making them. But we have another special role in mind for this rocking paper plate – make it all nice and sparkly and replace your star on top of the tree with a darling little angel. Pretty cool right?
Want to make your Christmas tree even more angelic? Make these frugal cotton rounds angel ornaments (so minimalist and fun, but you can certainly make them more colorful).
Ready to make a bunch of lovely little angels?
We sure are! Let’s craft!

How to Make Rocking Paper Plate Angel
What you need:
paper plate – one paper plate will make 1 angel
black marker
colorful paper for hair (yellow, orange, brown, black…)
embellishments (glitter…)
glue
scissors
Watch the Video Tutorial

Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
Fold the paper plate in half.
Cut along the fold.
Fold one half into a cone shape.
Unfold, apply glue on one end…
And glue together into a cone shape. Let the glue dry.
We usually use a clothespin to hold things together so we can move to the next step and give the glue enough time to dry.
Take the other half of the paper plate and cut it in half again.
Take the one, now quarter of the paper plate and cut it in half again.
Trim off the edges on both eights of the paper plate.
 
Take the other quarter and cut out a circle shape or use a punch to punch one.
Place the circle on colorful paper and cut a strip as wide as the circle (roughly as shown on the picture bellow).
Apply glue on top of the paper strip…
And fold it over the circle, making a nice hair line.
Draw face with marker.
Cut arms from the leftover edges (from quarters, or eights of the paper plate).
Fold at one end…
…if you want your angel to be the festive kind, add some decorations to the paper plate cone…
Stick on hands.
And wings…
Don’t forget the head.
All done! You’ve made your rocking paper plate angel.

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