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DIY Giant Yard Angel

Paige Hemmis is getting you ready for the holidays by showing you how to make this beautiful DIY for your backyard.
DIY Giant Yard Angel
Materials
  • 1 Large 6 ft. tomato cage
  • 1 4 ft. tomato cage
  • Zip ties
  • Wire Cutter
  • 80 ft. of extra wide gold mesh ribbon
  • 1 large 12 inch styrofoam ball
  • 1 8 inch styrofoam ball
  • 1 5ft piece of pvc pipe 1 inch thick
  • 1 extra large funnel
  • 1 Styrofoam wreath 14 inches
  • Expanding foam glue
  • Gold spray paint
  • Gold glitter
  • 2 1/2inch Pex tubing
  • Fabri-Tac
  • Scissors

DIY Yard Angel - Home & Family

Paige Hemmis and Ken WIngard team up for this fun and festive DIY for your yard.

Directions

1) Take 6ft tomato cage (“body” and zip tie the top points together making a small arch to create the “neck” of the angle

2) Take 4ft tomato cage cut bottom ring(this makes it easier to attach hands)and zip tie it to front upper side of the larger tomato cage (the “body”) to create the “arms”

3) Spray paint gold

4) Put foam glue on joints where zip ties are to make extra secure

5) Wrap gold ribbon around arms and secure it with zip tie

6) Wrap gold ribbons around body and secure with zip tie (this creates the dress)

7) Glue or skewer 12 inch styrofoam ball onto wreath (head and halo)

8) Paint gold

9)Place head onto angel’s neck

10) Glue funnel to the end of pvc pipe to create trumpet

11) Paint gold

12) Place trumpet in angel’s mouth (secure with glue if needed)

13) Cut 8 inch styrofoam ball in half (hands)

14) Attach hands to angel’s arms

Steps For Wings

1) Take both ends of Pex tubing and bend together so the ends touch to create shape of wings

2) Secure in place with gorilla glue and zip ties

3) Paint gold

4) Add mesh ribbon to wings using fabri-Tac

5) Trim excess ribbon off wings

6) Attach wings to angel’s back using zip ties

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