Christmas Angel Gift Poem

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					Christmas Angel Gift Poem This angel craft poem is an ideal craft for loved ones in need.
You can make this project as simple as some card stock and a plain white feather or you
can place it into a box or gift card. You can use coloured feathers for a more vibrant feel,
but remember angels don't usually have hot pink feathers or at least we don't think so. To
make this angel feather poem all you need to do is write out the poem and attach a
feather. If you want to make a magnet, just glue on a flat backed magnet to the back of
your card. You could also make these with a hanging ribbon to place onto the Christmas
tree. Angel Feather Craft Poem

This is an angel feather,

sent from God above,

to serve as a reminder,

of his gracious love.

It's from your guardian angel,

that God himself assigned to you,

And fell out in his struggles,

as he protected you.

Each time you almost stumble,

Each time you nearly fall,

Remember to,

Thank God and his angels,

for answering your call.

You can make these for school fundraisers or use them as quick craft projects for girl
guides or scouts to make for mothers day or fathers day gifts. These are very popular as
magnets as they are a constant reminder each time you open the fridge, they are also
perfect for donating to hospitals to give out to patients or loved ones in need. Photos are
available of this completed project on my website. This project was written by Shellie
Wilson from -Free Christmas Craft Projects Pictures for this project are
available on my website and my be re-printed with this article.

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