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!

10 thoughts on “Day 6 Christmas Ornaments with Cynthialoowho 2018

  1. 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

  2. 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.

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

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

  5. 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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