Printable Advent Calendar - Paper Angels - PRINTABLE PDF
Print out your own heavenly choir at home, and celebrate advent by making a new one each day.
An alternative advent calendar that gives you 24 different paper angel templates - perfect as a simple craft
activity to work on with children - that you can print and assemble at home.
Choose either the numbered version or the Bible version, which includes a different Gospel verse each day focusing on Jesus' mission.
PRINTING and ASSEMBLING
*This is a digital PDF template – no physical materials will be shipped to you.*
have access to:
12 pages of individual angels (two to a page)
5 pages of instructions and information.
Each model measures about 9.5cm tall, and comes as a template that you can construct from paper using scissors and some tape. You can print it at home or at a copy shop.
Because of the digital nature of this product, no refunds can be given. Please contact me if you have any worries or questions.
Colours vary from printer to printer, and the appearance of the final print will depend on: your printer settings, the printer’s printing quality, the ink you print with, and the paper you print on.
This is an original design, for your personal use only. Please do not share or sell any of the angels. This file or parts of it may not be reproduced, sold, distributed or translated without authorisation. © 2019 Rock Paper Swan. All rights reserved.
If you would like to use this file for a group activity, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase a group license.
Meet the Maker
Hand-lettered cards and prints designed to encourage, by Amy Collins
Amy started learning hand lettering a few years ago as a way to meditate on the Bible, and recently began designing prints and cards to share. Often inspired by nature, favourite colours, and hope-filled verses, every product is intended as a tangible bit of encouragement to make your day a little brighter! Each piece is created and illustrated digitally in Kent, and printed in the UK.
When she’s not lettering, Amy is working out how to keep her plants alive, where the best coffee shop on her commute is, and how to shuffle through the unknown of special-needs parenting. (And yes, she really likes swans).