Simple, natural, & pretty. This is pretty much my focus for Christmas decorations this year. Usually, I stress out because everything feels cluttered and I try to do way too many things (which means I do a lot of things, but none very well). So, despite my advent calendar failure (if you follow along on Instagram you know what I mean), I gave it my best and created this sweet, simple (and easy!) little Christmas bell garland.
Brassy & vintagey bells? Yes, please! I had no idea I needed these in my life. Now, I can’t get enough of them.
Christmas Bell Garland Supplies
Jute String: This is a good size roll, I pretty much keep this stuff on hand for everything.
Side note: I made my mantle garland from greenery left over from the tree, Juniper trimmings from the tree farm, and a bit of what I’m fairly certain is cedar which I scavenged from branches fallen by our house. Then I added twinkly fairy lights on a pretty coppery wire. That makes anything fancy 😉
Seriously, these bells. I whipped up a little wreath too – they make the most beautiful little sound.
The whole Christmas bell garland project only took about 15 minutes to whip together. I looped the bells on the twine so they wouldn’t shift around. So simple and so pretty!