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Jingle Bells Christmas Ornaments

Jingle Bells Christmas Ornaments are easy to make and they are super cute too!

Deck the halls with these festive Jingle Bells Christmas Ornaments. So easy even the kids can do it. Great teacher or neighbor gift idea.

Hi there! I’m Diana from The Girl Creative and I’m so excited to be over here at the Crafting Chicks sharing these simple and festive jingle bells Christmas ornaments with you.

This idea was actually inspired by a a Christmas ornament that was given to my sister when we were still in high school. She had a friend who would make their circle of friends a handmade Christmas ornament each year. Every year it would be something different and one year it was a jingle bells Christmas ornament. I’ve always wanted to make one and would you believe it’s taken me over 20 years to get to it!


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The steps are super simple and you can bang out a bunch of these in no time.

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Step One: Bend your pipe cleaner in half and twist to make a loop. This is how you’ll hang it on your tree.

Step Two: Thread one end of the pipe cleaner through the little loop on the bell, fold end over and twist to secure. Snip the other end of the pipe cleaner so it’s shorter and add a second bell on the other end of the pipe cleaner. Twist the end of the pipe cleaner to secure.

Step Three: Take a second pipe cleaner and add a bell to it just like you did in step 2.

Step Four and Five: Place the third bell with the others so that it hangs the lowest. Take the opposite end of that pipe cleaner and wrap it around the first pipe cleaner right under the loop.

Jingle Bells Christmas Ornaments

Once you are done, finish it off with a bow. I didn’t tie a bow because I’m not that great at it. Instead I took a piece of ribbon and folded it over on each end to look like a bow. I secured it by wrapping a small piece of pipe cleaner around the middle of it. I then hot glued it onto the jingle bells Christmas ornament right under the loop and called it done. So simple and so cute!

I’d love for you to stop by my blog and check out a few of my favorite Christmas posts.

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  1. Instead of pipe cleaners could you use hemp, burlap, or a thin ribbon? I’ve seen these all over stores (as recently as a few days ago, and wanted to learn how to make one, many thanks!) with pinecones, pine needles, etc. Also, the loop tied into a big ring so you can use it as a door hanger! What a great idea you can change to suit anyone’s taste or interest if you want to give as a gift, Thank-you for showing the steps to make this!

  2. Where did you find those adorable bells, I have been looking everywhere, but cannot find them, Thanks! These look amazing

    1. This was a guest post so I’m not sure where she got them. But they are amazing right? I just added a link so you can choose some other fun ones.

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