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Guest Post: DIY Jingle Bell Christmas Ornaments Craft for Kids

The following is a Guest Post from MaryAnne from Mama Smiles, a member of our Craft Project Ideas Blogger Network!

 

 

These fuzzy stick jingle bell ornaments are quick and easy for kids to make. Customize them to suit each child’s personality!

 

I love quick and easy, mess-free crafts. This one fits that mold perfectly! You might also like these super simple Christmas ornaments kids can make:

 

Here’s all you need to make today’s craft:

Materials



Jingle Bells
Fuzzy Sticks

Instructions



Step  1.

Kids can make this mess-free ornament craft in minutes. All they need to do is:

 

String Jingle bells onto a fuzzy stick. We recommend the sparkly metallic fuzzy sticks for Christmastime!

 

 

Step  1.

Kids can make this mess-free ornament craft in minutes. All they need to do is:

 

String Jingle bells onto a fuzzy stick. We recommend the sparkly metallic fuzzy sticks for Christmastime!

 

 

Step  2.

Shape the fuzzy stick into a heart (or another shape if you prefer). We used one last bell to hold together the top middle section of the heart shape.

 

Hang your ornament on the tree. You can use string or a hook to do this, but we actually found that it works best if you balance the ornament across two branches on your tree.

Step  2.

Shape the fuzzy stick into a heart (or another shape if you prefer). We used one last bell to hold together the top middle section of the heart shape.

 

Hang your ornament on the tree. You can use string or a hook to do this, but we actually found that it works best if you balance the ornament across two branches on your tree.

Step  3.

Kids love seeing their own creations on the tree, and we love that this particular ornament can be made with virtually no clean-up required.

 

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Still looking for activities to keep the kids busy over winter break? Try this 3D paper Christmas tree tutorial. We also recommend painting with icicles and bringing snow indoors.

 

MaryAnne is the fourth of ten children, raised in five countries on three continents. She now lives in California’s Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children: Emma, Johnny, Lily, and Anna. She blogs at Mama Smiles – Joyful Parenting about building a rewarding family life through mindful parenting and educational and creative family activities.

 

You can follow MaryAnne on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Step  3.

Kids love seeing their own creations on the tree, and we love that this particular ornament can be made with virtually no clean-up required.

 

**

 

Still looking for activities to keep the kids busy over winter break? Try this 3D paper Christmas tree tutorial. We also recommend painting with icicles and bringing snow indoors.

 

MaryAnne is the fourth of ten children, raised in five countries on three continents. She now lives in California’s Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children: Emma, Johnny, Lily, and Anna. She blogs at Mama Smiles – Joyful Parenting about building a rewarding family life through mindful parenting and educational and creative family activities.

 

You can follow MaryAnne on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.