“Every redeemed one will understand the ministry of angels in their own life. The angel who was their guardian from their earliest moment, the angel who watched their steps and covered their head in the day of peril, the angel who was with them in the valley of the shadow of death, who marked their resting place, who was the first to greet them in the resurrection morning — what will it be to hold conversation with them, and to learn the history of divine interposition in the individual life, of heavenly cooperation in every work for humanity!”
~ E. G. White
Today’s project is a lovely crocheted angel from Kreinik. http://www.kreinik.com/shops/Crocheted-Tapestry-Angel.html
“There are many, many angels, more than there are human beings. They stand before the throne of God and praise Him. At the same time, they are among us, with us. Angels are real. And they are here.”~ Father Robert Faricy
Todays project is a kitchen angel from All Crafts. http://allcraftsblogs.com/dolls/dishcloth_angel/dishtowel_angel.html
How wonderful it must be to speak the language of the angels, with no words for hate and a million words for love! — Eileen Elias Freeman, The Angels’ Little Instruction Book: Learning from God’s Heavenly Messengers
Todays project is a beautiful tree topper from Crafty College Web of angels. http://craftycollege.com/webofangels/tree-top.htm
This project may take more time than others, so feel free to extend it over several days if needed.
“When angels visit us, we do not hear the rustle of wings, nor feel the feathery touch of the breast of a dove; but we know their presence by the love they create in our hearts.” — MARY BAKER EDDY, Poems by Mary Baker Eddy
Today’s project is a wooden spoon from Activity Village http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/wooden-spoon-angel-2
“We are like children, who stand in need of masters to enlighten us and direct us; God has provided for this, by appointing his angels to be our teachers and guides.” — Thomas Aquinas (“Summa Theologica”)
Today’s craft project is one of mine. This is so simple no directions are really needed. I just used a fancy olive oil bottle (a wine bottle or other pretty bottle will do), added a Christmas ornament for the head, added ribbon bows for wings and wrapped wire strung with beads around the bottle. The halo is a small grapevine wreath I had leftover from another project. This was all made with odds and ends from my craft supply stash. This is one of those projects where you can let your imagination run wild. Have fun!
” Angels around us, angels beside us, angels within us. Angels are watching over you when times are good or stressed. Their wings wrap gently around you, whispering you are loved and blessed.”
— Angel Blessing
The Angel Project for today is a yarn angel from the Crafty College Web of Angels http://craftycollege.com/webofangels/yarnangl.htm
Here’s a photo of one I made out of candle wicking thread.