Jello Bell Ornament

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Here is a tutorial for a vintage jello mold bell
I had great fun creating...

First I used a tiny hole punch to pop holes all the way 
around the jello mold...

I separated the crystals that were salvaged from an Ikea lamp I found, you may have guessed.... on the side of the road! Notice the jump rings... they made it easy to slide the crystals into the holes!

I attached a larger crystal to the inside center for the "dinger"...
isn't that what it's called?

And I love it on the tree!

Very shabby-vintage!

Happy Holidays!

In case you missed...
Please check out some of my other  
Christmas ornaments!
 Tin Punch Ornaments

 Scrabble Clothespin Ornaments

 Beaded Heart Peace Sign Ornament

 Rosemary Wreaths

 Vintage Angel Ornament

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  1. Hi Susan, I love all of your ornaments!! Stopping by to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!!

  2. :D very lovely! The thing hanging inside the bell is called a clapper, by the way


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