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Making a Soap Angel

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Soap is a great medium for making carved mini sculptures. A soap angel would make a great holiday decoration or gift. This is a guide about making soap angels.
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April 21, 20063 found this helpful

Many of you really loved these little angels and wanted to know how to make them. Great Granny Vi sent in some drawings and one of the angels so we took some pictures and scanned the drawings so you can see how to make these.

This uses a bar of soft soap and a small thin paring knife. It is so cute. This is fun for anyone and a good craft to use with older children. GGVi says she learned how to make these in Girl Scouts when she was 10 years old.

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Thanks so much to Great Granny Vi!

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April 11, 2006

Here is a picture of the soap angel I carve for birthdays and Christmas for my Friends, Neighbors and Children. I learned this from a Girl Scout leader over 60 years ago. And have taught several little girls and also a few boys how to carve them over the years.

Photo of an angel carved out of soap.

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