This is a relatively simple craft for the older kids, 10+, as it does require the use of side-cutters and sharp wire. Younger children can do this craft with the aid of a parent to help with the finer wirework and cutting.
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Thread your wire through the top of your cone shaped bead – this is the body. Make sure you leave one long piece of wire; you will be threading the other pieces onto this longer piece of wire.
Wrap the short end of the wire around the longer piece. This is what it should look like.
Cut off the excess wire with your side cutter pliers
Thread the silver bead cap onto the wire.
Thread the angel wings finding onto the wire.
Thread your round bead (the head) onto your wire
Thread your last finding onto the wire, this is the halo; and make a loop as close to the top as possible, using your flat nosed pliers.
Close the loop onto one end of your piece of chain.
Attach your key ring to the other end of the chain.
Your angel is complete.