I just love the sound of bells and especially during the holiday season. I have been wanting a jingle bell wreath but the one at Williams-Sonoma was $50 and I was sure I could do better and accepted the challenge. I am very proud with how my jingle bell wreath turned out.
I got 2 containers of bells from Hobby Lobby on clearance and I used 1 wire hanger.
I pulled the wire hanger apart.
I started putting the bells onto the wire hanger.
I pushed them on one at a time and twisted them to fit how I wanted them to look.
It was a really easy process and the bells just fell into place on their own.
Once all of the bells were on, I bent the wire hanger into a circle shape.
I twisted the top of the wire hanger together. Bending the wire is probably the hardest part of this project.
I made a loop out of the rest of the hanger so I would have a way to hang it up.
Here’s what it looked like when it was done. I was really excited to hang this up. I love the rich bell sound. Now I’m out to find a little red bow for the top.
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It’s adorable, my friend! And I bet it sounds lovely 🙂
Happy day to you! Hugs! Stephanie-The Enchanting Rose
Thank you so much Stephanie and Happy Holidays to you! Hugs back 🙂
I love your jingle bell wreath, Chas, and it’s the same method I used to make an ornament wreath! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJs!
Thank so much Ann, and I love those ornament wreaths too. So simple and so beautiful, and yet easy to create – those are my favorite. Thanks so much for hosting a wonderful party.
Oh my goodness…I need one of these! I love jingle bells!
Thank you so much Candice, I love that you want one too 🙂
thanks or helping so many angels get their wings
Thank you so much Angie, I had never thought of it that way. Thank you for reminding me – now I need to go watch “It’s A Wonderful Life.” 🙂
Wow, what a great idea! It turned out great! Thanks for sharing at the Sew It Cook It Craft It link party. You’re one of my features today.
Thank you so very much Lina, you are so sweet. Looking forward to joining the next party.
Super cute! I love jingle bells at Christmas time and this would make me happy every time it jingled. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday
Thank you Jenny and I love the sound of jingle bells as well. Thanks for stopping by.
April J Harris says
What a lovely, easy to make wreath, Chas! I love that it makes such a pretty sound as well. Sharing on the H&S Facebook page later today. Thank you for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. Hope to see you again this week. Have a great week ahead!
Thank you so much April and I truly love the deep jingle bell sleigh sound that it makes as well. Thanks for always being so wonderful and supportive! I love your party and can’t wait to see what everyone is up to this week.
This is so perfect for the holidays and beyond! Thanks for linking up at Merry Monday. I’m going to include this in my Party Features next week 🙂 Happy New Year!
Thank you so much Emily, I think it’s great for all winter too 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the feature. Looking forward to partying next week
Christine Roppel says
Love this! Question: how many bells did you use (did I miss this?)
I think I’d like to try one that looks like rusted bells. Either paint or “aging” method.
I’ll keep you in my prayers for your hip surgery! Darn those high kicks in the past! LOL
Thank you Christine and thanks for the laughs about the kicks and well wishes 🙂 It took approximately 56 bells 🙂
Janet Simonson says
Where do you find wire hangers anymore?
Our dry cleaners still have some, as well as the dollar store. I have even seen some at Walmart.