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Pictorial for coloring and glittering jingle bells

Thoughts of a Cardmaking Scrapbooker!

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Sleigh Bell Banner Tutorial Posted on 26 December, 2012 by Melissa

Believe bells with printable

Crafts reDesigned: More Neighbor or Friend gifts

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This is a sweet reindeer. I would like to make it from a bell, too!

Tutorials: Jingle Bell Moose Tutorial

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Santa & Reindeer Jingle Belly Ornaments Pattern

Santa & Reindeer Jingle Belly Ornaments Pattern

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Jingly-Jangly Spider Ornaments could so easily make these

Jolly Elves All you need are chenille stems, beads, and felt. What You'll Need * One whole chenille stem and half a stem * Small and large beads * Wooden face bead * Small jingle bell * Felt * Glue gun and hotmelt adhesive * Scissors * Ribbon Make It * Hat: Cut a 1-1/2-inch-diameter semicircle from felt. Wrap the semicircle around from point to point to form a cone, leaving a small opening at the tip; hot-glue to secure. * Scarf: Cut a 1/2-x-4-inch piece of felt; fringe ends with scissors. Cut a small lengthwise slit about 1 3/4 inches from one end for opposite end of scarf to pass through. * Body: Bend one chenille stem in half and, in the following order, thread materials over the bent point to about halfway down the stem: large bead for body, face bead, felt hat, small jingle bell. Leave about 3/4 inch above the jingle bell and shape the stem into a loop. Then, starting on opposite ends: Thread 4 small beads onto each leg and bend the ends to form feet. Use the half chenille stem to make arms by centering and twisting around the elf's neck area. Thread 4 small beads onto each arm and bend the ends to form hands. Wrap the scarf around the elf's neck, then thread ribbon through the top loop and hang.