Here's another fast and fun snow angel ornament. I made this little guy using leftover 80/20 quilt batting. I stained it using a solution of strong, dark tea in a spray bottle which I let sit and dry after I got it the desired antique looking color I wanted. Just draw a snowman shape on paper, pin to batting, cut out shape, and sew all the way around your snow angel, stitching closed. I then cut a small line into the back of the neck and stuff carefully with a pencil eraser through there. Once stuffed, I sew a few loose stitches to close hole and cover the hole with a drop of hot glue and a 1" wide by 5" long homespun scarf. I dot acrylic paint on the back of a small paint brush for the charcoal eyes,mouth and buttons. Real buttons would look great too. His nose was made by painting a toothpick tip orange. I make a halo with inexpensive hardware store wire and hot glue it to the back of the snow angel. I make wings out of what I have available, this one has corrugated card stock wings. I have used wire ribbon bows, spoons, silk leaves, and feathers before. They all look great. Use your imagination. Embellish and enjoy.