Day 6 Christmas Ornaments with Cynthialoowho 2018

Today’s ornament is quick and easy. I hope you have some bling mesh around, if not check amazon, etsy, you can also search bling mesh, bling ribbon, rhinestone ribbon, etc. You will need:

  • Bling mesh that is 52 rows by 12 rows with the corners cut out (see video)
  • 22 gauge wire or anything you have one hand that is bigger than 30 gauge
  • A couple bead caps
  • A large bead for the head

Tools needed:

  • Scissors
  • Round nose pliers
  • Needle nose pliers
  • Wire cutters

See below for video tutorial!

11 thoughts on “Day 6 Christmas Ornaments with Cynthialoowho 2018

  1. If you could please tell me the sizes of the bead caps and the sizes of the peal that would help me in getting the right sizes. Thank you

  2. Where can I buy the Bling Meah? Would love to make these for my church. Thank you.

  3. If the bling ribbon is 30 blings wide and i cut it in half his long should I cut the ribbon and how many rows across for the wings, i want to make these for a grief share share group for Christmas. Thank you

  4. I saw your video and just loved the angles. I bought some bling mesh and made a few of them and everyone loves them. I would send you a picture but I don’t have the option to add pictures here.

  5. I love watching your creations you’re so crafty and you do a wonderful job thanks for sharing.

  6. Could you tell me what size bead caps you used? What size over the mesh & what size for the halo? Thanks

  7. what size “head” did you use? i’m afraid of not buying the right size and not having it look good.

  8. I have a question. I’m not at all good at math!!! I have bling sheets that are 46 rows long. What do I need to cut off for the wing part so it looks proportionately correct! By the way I have so fallen in love with you!! My favorite color is pink and we have the same taste. It’s such a pleasure to watch you!!! Thanks for such great ideas!!

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