Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

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Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger – Easy And Fun To Make! 

It’s never too early for Christmas! I was so excited to make this easy Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger and share it with you! 

I love crafting especially when it’s easy and looks adorable too! Here’s how easy it is to make!

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

I enjoy making crafting projects and if you do too, you will love making these precious Christmas decorations too! 

You can hang this Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger anyplace in your home. I’m going to make several of them to decorate for the holidays. When you see just how easy it is to make, you will too!

What you will need:

  1. Jingle Bells – you can use any size bells you like (you can get a 200 pack from Amazon here
  2. 16-gauge wire or smaller depending on the size of the bells you choose
  3. Needle-nosed pliers
  4. Ribbon 

1 – First, you will need to form the wire into a circle. You can make it as long as you like. My circle is about 10 inches in length. 

2 – Next, form a closed loop at one end with needle-nose pliers. 

3 – Start to thread the jingle bells onto the open end in any size and color combination you desire. I used mixed sizes of gold jingle bells. 

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

4 -Keep sliding the jingle bells on the wire until full. Once the wire is full, join its ends by twisting the unlooped end into a hook and fasten it onto the closed loop.

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

5 – Tie a pretty bow to the wreath with any ribbon you like! The ribbon I choose is white and gold – unfortunately, the gold glitter doesn’t show up that good in the photos but it’s so pretty. I might alternate the ribbon colors for the next few I make.

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Note: when you cut the ribbon at the bottom, you can easily make two different patterns by angling your scissors.

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

And that’s it – you are done! You can make a beautiful Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger in about a half hour. I just love them!

Not only are they great for door knobs, but you can hang them on so many areas in your home.

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

These Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hangers look great anyplace you hang them! I can’t wait to decorate them with some Christmas decor and on my tree too!

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger

I hope you enjoyed learning how to make this Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger. I can’t wait to make more and am looking forward to the Christmas holiday season even though we are in the midst of summer!Beautiful Fall Wreath

Jingle Bells Christmas Wreath Door Knob Hanger Sassy Townhouse Living

Don’t forget to read How To Easily Make Charming Vintage Christmas Decorations too!

How To Easily Make Charming Vintage Christmas Decorations - Sassy Townhouse Living

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