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Jingles Bell
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Jingles Bell

Average User Rating: 55555 | 3 Ratings
Ages 6 and upAges 6 and Up
Duration: Under One Hour
"JINGLES" Bells, "JINGLES" Bells, "JINGLES" all around. You'll ring in a very sweet holiday with these candy bells that are a fun and easy holiday project for you and your kids.
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WHAT YOU NEED

  • 1 - 9 oz red paper or plastic cup  
  • 1/8 inch red and green ribbon  
  • Christmas stickers  
  • Utility knife  
  • 1 bag of NESTLÉ JINGLES (NESTLÉ CRUNCH, BUTTERFINGER, NESTLÉ Milk Chocolate or NESTLÉ Dark Chocolate)


HOW TO DO IT

  • Turn the cup upside down and help your child decorate its outside with Christmas stickers.  
  • (PARENTS ONLY) With a utility knife, poke 4 small holes, close together, in the bottom center of the cup.  
  • Cut 4 lengths of 1/4 inch ribbon (2 red and 2 green) so that they hang several inches above and below the length of the cup.  
  • Tie a knot in the end of each ribbon.  
  • Thread three ribbons through the holes in the cup going from the outside to the inside of the cup.  
  • Thread one length of ribbon through a hole going from the inside to the outside of the cup. This ribbon will be used to tie the "Jingles Bell" to the Christmas tree.  
  • Turn the cup upside down and trim the ribbons to three different lengths making sure they can be seen below the wide opening of the cup.  
  • Glue one NESTLÉ JINGLES from the end of each strand, with a craft glue gun. Let dry.  
  • Tie a decorative ribbon and attach to cover the knots that are now at the top of the bell. Pull the 1/4 inch length of ribbon used to tie the "Jingles Bell" to the tree up through the bow.  
  • Make 3 bows from 6 inches of ribbon, and hot glue to the top of each JINGLE.

TIPS

  • Your child can personalize these cute bells by adding his or her name to one side.
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