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Jingle Bell Angel
1 25 mm white or gold-colored jingle bell
1 1 1/2-inch wooden ball
9-inch piece of 2-inch wide wire ribbon
6-inch piece of 2-inch wide gathered lace
Woolen hair or mini curls
1/4-inch ribbon for bow
Thin gold wire or light weight florist wire
Hot glue gun
Black paint or paint pen
Red paint or paint pen
Pair of needle nosed pliers
Paint wooden ball flesh color and allow to dry.
Using needle nosed pliers, bend or remove hanger loop from top of jingle
bell . (This allows wooden ball to sit down on top of bell)
After paint is dry on wooden ball, arrange hair and glue into place. Draw
or paint eyes and mouth. Use blush to make light rosey cheeks. (Use the
tip of your finger to rub blush on wooden ball)
Glue wooden ball to top of jingle bell.
Allow glue to set a few minutes before attaching skirt.
Using needle and thread, stitch a running stitch along the upper edge of
lace. Gather to fit between the wooden ball and the jingle bell. Secure
thread. (You can use a small dot of hot glue to close the "seam" in back.)
Make wings with the wire ribbon. Fold ribbon in half from each end with
the ends meeting in the center and slightly overlapping. Secure with a
piece of thin wire (light weight florist wire or thin gold wire)
Attach wings to back of angel using hot glue. (You can attach a hanger
between the angel and wings, if desired. Hanger can be made from fishing
line, ribbon, gold wire or thin braid.)
Cut tinsel stem and form a 1 & 1/2-inch to 2-inch circle for the halo.
Glue the halo along the back half and attach to the back of the head -
the halo will stand up slightly above the head when finished.
Form a bow from the ribbon and glue it in front at the neckline.
Other embellishments may be added if desired.
Remember - "Every time a bell rings an angel wins its wings."
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I make a wide variety of crafts in various
media - crochet, counted cross-stitch, quilted, stitched, small wooden
items. My husband makes various wooden crafts, such as rolled top bread
boxes, bird feeders, birdhouses, quilt racks, shelves, and etc.. Arthritis
ended my 25 year nursing career. I have been fighting to keep as much use
of my hands as possible since losing my career and income. My craft business
is the result of this - beginning about 4 years ago. I began to look around
at the increasing stacks of completed projects and decided that I needed
to find a way to move these items in order to make room for still more.
Last year I did 3 or 4 local one-day craft shows which proved to have moderate
success. Beginning this year, I have devoted more time to craft shows and
crafting as a full-time business. It is my goal to have this business operating
on its own within the next two years. Then my husband can either retire
or only work part-time. There are days when my crafting efforts are limited,
but each day that I am able to use my hands is a blessing from Above.
If you prefer the finished "Jingle Bell Angel"
order from B & C Crafts $5.00 each (includes P&H).
of articles I make and sell: Counted
cross-stitch tooth fairy pillowsCounted
cross-stitch Christmas Tree ornaments Crocheted
Topped Dish TowelsCrocheted
and pieced table runnersChristmas
Holders - Place MatApronsScrunchies
- stitched and crocheted Small
wooden plaques with various sayings Jelled
furniture - chairs, beds, table and park benches Framed
Hymns (taken from old hymnals and accented with lace and ribbon)I
also accept Custom Orders.
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Aurora, MO 65605-2346
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