Angel Arts And Crafts For Kids (Ideas For All Ages!)

Angels are such a fun thing for Christian children of all denominations to learn about! You can find all of my fun angel resources for kids here. Today we are going to look at some angel arts and crafts for kids. Whatever your occasion, I am sure you will find some fun, easy, and replicatable angel ideas here to do with your kids. There are ideas here for all ages and abilities. Some of these angel crafts are so cute I just can’t wait to get crafting!

 

For your convenience, I have organized the angel crafts and activities by age group, and I also provided my signature guides to “craft without shopping” so you can find crafts using supplies you already have around the house! 🙂 

Angel Crafts For Preschoolers And Kindergarten

Angel handprint craft: fun, easy, and free to print! I love how handprint crafts also become keepsakes over time. Adding glitter to this craft makes it extra special! 

angel handprint craft free printable

These cupcake liner angel crafts from Crafty Morning is adorable! These could be any color or pattern that you can find cupcake liners in!

Paper Angel stand-up craft: These are free to print, and glue around toilet paper tubes. There is one angel in my nativity set, and 2 others in my resurrection set. You can color these yourself and it’s so fun how they stand up!

stand up printable angel craft for kids free

printable angel craft for kids free

Paper bag Angel puppet: My kids love making paper bag puppets, and I have virtually every template you could ever need to make Saints and Angels in My Saint puppet ebook.

Handprint Angel Bag Craft– yet another variation of the handprint angel. I like to make these bags at the beginning of the year with my preschool class and then have the kids use the bag to carry their supplies for the year. Love these! 

angel handprint bag or shirt

This adorable lacing angel craft from Sew What Alicia is perfect for preschoolers!

These clothes pin and doily angels are so cute! Perfect for a variety of ages. Craft from Crafty Morning.

These plastic spoon angels from Krokatak are so cute and simple!

Your guide to craft without shopping! Each link below goes to a craft that has a full, easy to follow picture tutorial, and is adorable! They are listed by the main supply needed to create the craft.  I hope this helps you find some angel crafts for young kids using things you already have around the house!

Angel Crafts For Elementary Aged Kids

Make an angel yarn doll. This is an absolutely classic craft! Kids love making these and they’re always so happy with how well they turn out! Whenever I make yarn dolls with my kids, they play with them for days. You need to try this! They’re easy to make. 

I have a printable pack that includes all the archangels and also the St. Michael prayer. You can print it in color or color it on your own. This is a pack you don’t want to miss! This is actually good for all ages. If you’re old enough to hold a crayon, this craft is for you! 

This rocking angel paper plate craft from Easy Peasy And Fun looks like it would be perfect for this age of kids! So fun and made from inexpensive supplies. 



Check out this colorful paper cup angel craft from Kids Craft Room.

This TP tube angel craft from Crafty Morning looks like so much fun to put together! I love the little candle.

Here is another cardboard tube angel craft from Meaningful Mama. I love the wings on this one!

These pasta and clothespin angels are so cute! I love all the glitter. I’m a glitter maniac lol. This cute angel craft brought to you by Crafty Morning.

Your guide to craft without shopping! Each link below goes to a craft that has a full, easy to follow picture tutorial. They are listed by the main supply needed to create the craft.  I hope this helps you find some angel crafts for older kids using things you already have around the house!

Angel Crafts For Older Kids And Adults

Make a printable angel peg doll– easier than you think! These are the perfect craft for mom, and kids absolutely love playing with peg dolls! These are absolutely my most favorite toys in this home. My kids play with peg dolls almost every day! You just paint the heads with my step by step directions, print the body, and decopage it on the peg. Voila! 

This cute angel craft from I Heart Crafty Things looks like a lot of fun for older kids!

How adorable are these light up angel crafts from Molly Moo?! This is a favorite right here. So cute!

Here are some more pasta angels from Toys In The Dryer. It’s incredible what you can do with pasta!

These fun felt archangels from Catholic Inspired would be a super fun craft to make. 

These angel place cards from Martha Stewart are super cute and made from paper plates. 

These crocheted angels from DIY Magazine have a free pattern. I love the colors! Such a great simple project to start with when learning to crochet. 

Other Angel Activities For Kids

You can find all of my angel resources for kids here! This includes diy costumes, food and snack ideas, printable, songs, prayers, and more. Don’t miss out!

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