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Thursday, December 1, 2016

HOW TO MAKE A JINGLE BELL CHRISTMAS SWAG



OH my goodness it has been too long friends!  Life has been crazy over here and somehow blogging had gone to the wayside for a while.    But, my DIY projects as well as custom work have been going FULL speed ahead.  This past year has been full of exciting new adventures including 
I DREAM OF JEANNE DESIGN is now featured in a brick and mortar  shop!
Located right here in the Chesterfield Valley of Missouri.  I have joined forces with some of the areas most talented women and small business owners and collaboratively we all support, work, design and  offer unbelievable design, home decor, gifts, custom design work and painting, upholstery, florals, French style clothing and more!  
If you are ever in the area please stop by and visit us at 
Fleur de Chic 16636 Old Chesterfield Rd, 
Chesterfield, Missouri.

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I do love sharing tutorials of projects I am working on.  So today I am sharing a tutorial on a Christmas project for my front door.  

A Jingle Bell Swag.


Isn't this just gorgeous!!

So, normally I do a little photo and step by step tutorial on my blog, but today I am also going to share a video of HOW TO, so you can see in person how it comes together.  


So first I will share a few pics of supplies I used and then watch the short video of how I put it all together, so easy and quick you will not believe!


SUPPLIES USED:

 1 large variegated Christmas Swag  4 foot
2 Large Jingle Bells
1 roll of 4 inch wired edged ribbon
floral wire
zip ties







Ok, I am showing you a pre made bow... But my next tutorial will show the EASIEST HOW TO 
you will ever see to make your own bow!  



And now a little video tutorial:



I hope you enjoyed my short Tutorial and inspire you to create your own Home Holiday Decor!  

Remember you can find me and all of my creations FOR SALE at Fleur de Chic.  I am hoping to add an online store to my site soon... So be sure to stay tuned for that!!  

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I am truly happy to share another HOW TO with you.  

I appreciate your support!  

Have a wonderful day!  

Jeanne

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