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Attempting Aloha: Dec 29, 2012

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Angel Costume - Halo Tutorial


In the past week, my kids have needed angel costumes on two different occasions. The first one was for our church's nativity scene. I hadn't given much thought to it and ended up Googling angel halo diy that day (yes, I'm a slacker) and eventually just making one out of a paper plate and aluminum foil that rested on their heads. Very homemade. Kinda embarrassing for a die-hard crafter. lol

My friend, Cari, and I were trying to come up with another angel costume but this time for a dance recital...

As I was browsing Dollar Tree, I came across this gold tinsel garland, and the lights clicked on!

For only $3 and with 15 minutes, you can easily make 4+ halos.

SUPPLIES:

Gold tinsel garland (about 5 feet per halo, and it comes in a 50 foot roll)
Craft pipe cleaners (need 2 per halo)
Headbands (4 pack for $1)


STEP 1: Wrap one pipe cleaner around the headband, starting in the center. I think I wrapped mine around two or three times on each side.



STEP 2: Make a circle out of the other pipe cleaner and twist the ends together.


STEP 3: Place the two prongs of the pipe cleaner through the center of the circle until they are about 1 - 1.5" high, and then wrap excess around the circle to attach.



STEP 4: Wrap the garland around the circle until it is completely filled in and no white is showing. I found it was easiest to use about 1.5' pieces at a time, and I think I used about 3. It has a very small wire in it, so it stays attached on its own. You don't even need glue for this one! Easy peasy. ;)


Happy holidays!

Aloha,

Charlie