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2. Thread the wings on to the headpin.

2. Thread the wings on to the headpin.

6. Your angel should now look like this...

6. Your angel should now look like this...

5. Using cutters, cut the wire about 10mm from the top of the "head" bead.  In the photo below, we have used side cutter pliers.  Top tip: use two fingers to pinch the loose end of the headpin to make sure that is does not fly away as the pin is cut.

5. Using cutters, cut the wire about 10mm from the top of the "head" bead. In the photo below, we have used side cutter pliers. Top tip: use two fingers to pinch the loose end of the headpin to make sure that is does not fly away as the pin is cut.

4. Making sure that the beads and wings are pushed all of the way down to the flat-head of the headpin.  Then with your fingers, bend the headpin wire at a right-angle to the body of the angel.

4. Making sure that the beads and wings are pushed all of the way down to the flat-head of the headpin. Then with your fingers, bend the headpin wire at a right-angle to the body of the angel.

3. Finally, thread the "head" bead on to the headpin.  In this example we have used a 6mm diameter frosted glass bead.

3. Finally, thread the "head" bead on to the headpin. In this example we have used a 6mm diameter frosted glass bead.

This is a great project for Christmas or any time of the year.  What you will need: Jewellery Supplies: 1 x headpin 2 x beads - size and shape to suit style of angel  1 x angel wings  Tools: Side cutters or flush cutter pliers Round nose pliers

This is a great project for Christmas or any time of the year. What you will need: Jewellery Supplies: 1 x headpin 2 x beads - size and shape to suit style of angel 1 x angel wings Tools: Side cutters or flush cutter pliers Round nose pliers

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