Pearl's MOP angel earrings
Many people love to wear seasonal jewelry. With so many parties going on during December, angel earrings might just be the ticket to wear or to whip up for a quick gift. Make them big enough and the angels could be key ring charms or ornaments too.

Shown here are some ideas - my picks from some very creative folks.

The easiest way is to use beads including the wing ones. These come in metal as well as glass. Shown here are a couple of my own angel dangles.  If you need a tutorial, check out this video by OneHappyBird.

The one below is the Naughty Angel pair - that's because angels look like they've been indulging in one too many cream desserts. The halos slip down when the earrings are worn.
Naughty Angels earrings
You can also draw and color your own angel art earrings and charms using shrink plastic as Heidi Borchers did with  her Angelic Jewelry tutorial.

Susan Spatone has a lovely Wire Birthstone Angel Pin tutorial at AllFreeCrafts. Playing with wire will no doubt result in some more designs!

Bobbi over at the My Wired Imagination blog has a cool way to make wire angel wings. Check it out!

E. Hackbarth's beaded snow angel is a classic.  The use of size 11/0 beads means the design will be fine for earrings.

The beaded Christmas angel tutorial on BeadJewelryMaking site makes use of crystals and bugle beads as well as seed beads. What makes this one attractive for bling lovers is the substitution of heart shaped crystals for the beaded wings.

If you try and scale things down, this awesome felt and wire angel by CraftyStaci  could also become jewelry. Otherwise it's a great ornament or even bookmark.

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