Angel Dust Poem

This craft poem is ideal for giving to loved ones in need and is a great group craft project for all ages.

Angel Dust Poem

What you need

Small container or vial
Glitter
Card stock



Instructions

To make this project simply place some glitter into a jar, vial or a lip gloss container and attach the poem below.

Within this little bag/bottle
Placed with loving care,
Is special angel dust
My Guardian placed there.
It is to share with special friends
When they’re down or feeling blue,
To lift their heart and share a smile
As special friends should do.

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Comments

  1. Sooo cutee xx

  2. i like this so much i have a sick friend she will love this

  3. Cute idea – terrible name!! Unfortunately, “Angel Dust” is the common street name given to a really horrible drug, phencyclidine. “Fairy Dust” would work, or maybe “Angel Glitter” or even “Angel Powder”- but the term “Angel Dust” has been in common use since at least the early 1970′s, if not before. No matter how “straight” people might be, at least someone will recognize the name (at least from anti-drug propaganda) and snigger at it. Luckily, you didn’t rhyme anything with “Dust”. Seriously, just Google it.

  4. Isn’t angel dust a bad illegal drug?

  5. pretty boring but kinda cute

  6. i Love this, I will be doing this with my kiddo’s for them to give out as little gifts..Thanks

  7. very cute and magical and very believeable

  8. im gone to do this with my church class thanks

  9. this craft is very good i know the person to give it to this is great

  10. volleyball3787 says:

    This is a very creative idea. I like it.

  11. great idea.know just the person to give one two.

  12. Very cute!

  13. Fantastic :D

  14. I love the Poem

  15. it’s a wonderful idea I give it a 4

  16. Love it, Its great

  17. angelstar says:

    a really nice thing to give to people who are down!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. i love it!

  19. such a beautiful poem, just beautifull.

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