Friday, December 2, 2011

Jingle Bell Bracelet



Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell... The sound of jingle bells is one of the beautiful sounds of Christmas wouldn't you agree. We got our creative inspiration for this bracelet from the very talented Kim of The Celebration Shoppe, whom we have featured for you here. We love Kim's creative mind from her printables, party styling to simple DIY projects, like this Jingle Bell Bracelet.










So quick and easy to put together! Great fun to make with the little elves!


Following Kim's directions on her blog, we used red jingle bells, a thinner elastic then suggested since that was all we could find and assorted ribbon scraps.



Measure your wrist with the elastic with a little extra for comfort. Since our elastic was thin, we used a double strand and threaded on our jingle bells alternating the size for interest. Once we strung our bells, we tied off the elastic.

Next we tied on our ribbon here and their to fill in the bracelet. Use as much as you like. The ribbon really adds a fun, festive touch to the alreadycool red jingle bells.


Isn't it just so cute! Makes you want to go for a sliegh ride!


Instead of the same old candy party favor, why not give your guests a festive jingle bell bracelet! They will appreciate your thoughtfulness. Don't forget about stocking stuffers, these are perfect.



You may want to pick up some extra supplies, once your frineds and family see you weraing yours, they are going to want one too. Be inspired!
                                                  
                                                       I will exalt you, my God the King;
                                                       I will praise Your name for ever and ever.
                                                       Psalm 145:1


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4 comments:

  1. Such a cute Christmas craft! Thanks for linking up last week for Fun Stuff Fridays. I'd love you to link up with us again.
    http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2011/12/fun-stuff-fridays-2.html

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  2. I love this idea! It looks adorable!

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  3. This turned out so cute! I may have to make these for neighbor kid gifts! Thanks for joining us today!

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  4. So cute! My daughter would love one of these! Thanks for sharing!

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