Teacup Bell Homemade Christmas Ornament


Teacup Bell Homemade Christmas Ornament


Teacup Bell Homemade Christmas Ornament
Teacup Bell Homemade Christmas Ornament

It's amazing how creative and easy to make this Teacup Bell Homemade Christmas Ornament is. If you prefer to make DIY ornaments rather than buying them but don't want to spend hours making one ornament, here's a fantastic idea. In fact, it's super thrifty, too. Head to the thrift store or a local garage sale and see how many cute and vintage teacups you can find. Once you have your teacup, the rest is so incredibly simple. It takes a few minutes and some drying time but, after that, you have a beautiful DIY Christmas ornament.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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I love this teacup bell ornament. I have several thrifted teacups I made into pincushions however this is the first time I have seen one made into a bell. What a charming idea. The instructions are easy to follow. The accompanying photos really help to explain how to assemble the ornament.

I am impressed with how simply she made that. I just took a trip to the thrift store, now I will have to go back to see if I can find a teacup that suits me. I think that a couple of things to be aware of are that some of them are heavier than others, and to remember that the design will hang upside down.

Who comes up with these great ideas? I love them. Every year someone ends up giving me something that comes in a tea cup or coffee cup. I don't drink either. But I won't toss them or give them away. So now I have a novel way of using them. I have a Santa one and a snowman that will be perfect. And they will not only grace my tree but friends will get them too. Inexpensive, easy, cute gifts! Win, win!


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