Photo credit by Keith Bloomfield
From wreaths to jingle bells, reindeer to snowmen, there are many different Christmas jewelry crafts that you can make in a short amount of time. These Christmas jewelry crafts are perfect for giving to friends and family members as stocking stuffers or to hand out as party favors at a Christmas party. Each of these Christmas jewelry projects takes less than 10 minutes to make and uses minimal materials making them budget friendly Christmas jewelry projects too!
Jingle Bell Earrings
To make the jingle bells earrings Christmas jewelry project you will need the following items:
- Ear Wire (Earring Loops)
- 4 small bells
- 4 gauge wire (about 2 inches)
- Wire cutters
- Needle nose pliers
Using the needle nose pliers, thread the wire through the loop of the ear wire so that the wire is centered. Use the needle nose pliers to twist the wire around the loop so that is will remain in the ear loop. Two twists should hold it securely.
Attach one small jingle bell to each side of the Christmas earrings by using the needle nose pliers to gently twist the wire around the hook of each bell. Gently loop the wire through the bell hook on top of the bell and then twist the excess wire to hold in place.
These Christmas jingle bell earrings are the perfect quick and easy jewelry craft to give away at an office Christmas party!
Christmas Wreath Pins
Pins work for both men and women and they are one of the only Christmas jewelry crafts that are versatile enough to give to children and adults alike. There is no need to determine a size that will fit as they are one size fits all making them the perfect Christmas jewelry craft for everyone!
To make the Christmas wreath pins you will need the following items:
- Safety pins
- Floral wire
- Green lace
- Red ribbon
- hot glue gun
Thread the floral wire through the green lace and bunch the lace up so that you cannot see the floral wire except on the two outside edges. Tie the floral wire together from end to end so that it creates a loop. This will be the wreath so the loop should create a circle that is the size of the wreath that you want. You can adjust the wire length to make larger or smaller wreaths but be sure to adjust the lace accordingly as well.
Using the scissors, cut a piece of red ribbon that is approximately 2 inches long. Tie the red ribbon into a bow to be glued onto the wreath at the top. You may also use pre-tied red bows for this project (these can be purchased at craft stores in the scrapbooking section.
Using the hot glue gun, glue a red ribbon to the top of the Christmas wreath and glue a safety pin to the back of the wreath. The safety pin will be used to attach the Christmas jewelry to the clothing. Allow the pin to dry for at least 10 minutes before attaching to clothing.