How to make a Kitchen Angel


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I took a poll in my Facebook group, and I found that a lot of crocheters love different crafts too (Just like me)! I have decided to share some of the non-crochet DIY favorites that I made this holiday season along with my crochet DIY. This Kitchen Angel is a non-crochet DIY.

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When I first saw these adorable Kitchen Angels, I thought that they would be the perfect hostess gift! I made 2 of them! You will love how quick and easy they are to make too. I found this idea on YouTube. There are many different Kitchen Angels on YouTube, but these were the 2 crafters that I chose when making my Kitchen Angel. I followed along with Elaine Petrakis Midnight Crafter.  I liked that she used pipe cleaners instead of glue, and the way she fan folded the towel.

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I also liked the method by Dish Towel Kitchen Angel by Mimi’s Mixed Bag, but  I didn’t want to use glue. I loved her Kitchen Angel poem though! If you like the one that I used, you can use my free download here (Keep in mind that it didn’t quite fit on the picture card, so I had to trim around the white wreath. I love how it turned out though! I used a hole punch at the top to fit the ribbon through):

Kitchen Angel Poem

You may like the following items to go with your Kitchen Angel:

This Amazon Prime find is a set of 6 colorful cutting boards for one low price!!!! They would make a wonderful backdrop for your Kitchen Angel! Click the picture below, or here, to go directly to the affiliate link.


How about a decorative spoon to go with your gift? We could always use large spoons in our kitchen! Best of all, these have different sayings etched into the spoon!! Click the picture below, or here, to go directly to the affiliate link.


I love baking cookies every year, so I have my collection of cookie cutters. I think that they always make a great gift! These are my favorite cookie cutters! Click on the picture below, or here, to go directly to the affiliate link:


It has been a long time since I have bought canned cranberry sauce. This is the homemade from scratch cranberry sauce that I am going to make this year. It is called “The Perfect Cranberry Sauce.” If you would like the recipe, here is the free download:

Perfect Cranberry Sauce

I put everything together and this is what mine looks like:

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I hope that you enjoy your Kitchen Angel DIY idea as much as I did! There are so many fun ideas that you can have for your own unique gift!

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