Snowman Craft Ideas

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November 30, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a snowman plant stake. A cute snowman plant stake is fun to make and even more fun to use and display. This is a great gift idea as well.

Closeup of face of snowman plant stake

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November 29, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a snowman votive candle. Decorating a glass vase to resemble a snowman is the first step in creating this cute votive candle holder.

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Finished candle holder.

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November 15, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a 2x4 snowman. Start with a piece of 2x4, some paint, and accessories and you can create a cute snowman decorations.

Snowman made with a 2x4.

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November 17, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a paint chip snowman gift tag. Leftover paint chips from your latest painting project can be reused for crafting rather than being put in the recycle bin.

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Paint Chip Snowman

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November 17, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a snowman gift bag. A homemade gift bag becomes a gift in itself.

Making a Snowman Gift Bag

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November 12, 2016 Flag
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This is a guide about making a straw hat snowman. A winter holiday snowman decoration to hang on your door or wall, can be made using any size straw hat.

Straw Hat Snowman

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December 5, 2006 Flag
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Use a galvanized bucket or in this case I used a galvanized floral bucket used to display fresh flowers and paint a simple snowman on it with acrylic paints and then fill with wonderful artificial silk poinsettias and some artificial glitter or twizzle sticks for height and put in your entrance foyer.

By Connie from Ballwin, MO (Originally Published 12/09/2005)

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December 9, 20050 found this helpful

It is so cute! I just love snowmen!!!

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December 5, 20060 found this helpful

This same idea would be cute on an aluminum paint can (Lowes sells them) and could be used to pack cookies in to give as a gift.

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December 12, 2015 Flag
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This is a guide about making a pine cone snowman. Turn on your creativity and design a cute snowman decoration beginning with a pine cone. Let the whole family join in the fun.

Making a pine cone snow man.

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November 4, 2015 Flag
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This is a guide about making a snowman money holder. Putting money in a felt snowman is a great way to give money as a Christmas gift.

Making a Snowman Money Holder

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December 20, 2009 Flag
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With just a few scraps of fabric from an old polyester blanket and a few household craft supply items you can create this adorable snowman door stop for your home or as gifts to give for the holidays. Just as his sign states "He is full of beans". His bottom inside is filled 1/4 of the way with beans to hold him in place to create your holiday doorstop.

Approximate Time: 1 hour or less

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut your old fabric scraps for his body into the size you want him to be simply by cutting an hour glass shape pattern in into 2 pieces.

  2. Also cut 2 circle pieces of the same fabric for the head, this should be a bit smaller than the top half of his body.
  3. Sew him up on your sewing machine on his body by starting at one end and coming all the way around, but leave the top part across his shoulders left open for now so you can fill his body with both the beans then the polyfill.

  4. Lay him aside and do the same thing sewing up his head also leaving the bottom of the head un-sewn so you can fill it with polyfill.

  5. Now stuff the snowman by putting 1/4 of his body full of dried beans and then stuff the remaining body and head tightly with lots of polyfill making him fat full and round.

  6. Now hot glue his head to his body with his head on his upper body around the shoulder section, let that set up and dry good so it does not come off.

  7. Set him aside to make your top hat by cutting out 2 pieces from fabric scraps (his hat's edge should be floppy only the middle brim and top will be the firm part). For the hat's underbrim part, cut out a circle a bit bigger than his head's top size around. Cut a piece of the same fabric in a long narrow rectangle shape which you will glue around a paper roll (I used a paper towel roll cut to my desired height of 3 inches).

  8. At this point cut the large circle for his hat's brim in the center just a bit by slicing it into pie sections of 8, about 1 inch inside so you can fold it back into the middle section of the top hat's tube and glue it with your glue gun.
  9. After you have painted your mayonnaise lid black with your paint and it is dry, glue it to the top of your paper roll so he has his top hat's top on his hat.

  10. Now glue it to his head with hot glue. Then you add the finishing touches by putting a fabric scrap around his neck and hat's brim to match his scarf by gluing those on and tying the scarf onto his neck.

  11. Use your paints and paint on his facial expressions and his sign to hold and dab the white paint over his body and hat and sign to simulate snow added.
  12. To add his sign, I cut a small slice into his body's side fabric and put some hot glue on his stick's bottom. Then just stick it half way in. After it dries it will remain there.

He is now ready to add charm to any door as your holiday doorstop.

Happy Holidays!

By Julie from TN

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This is a guide about making a Styrofoam snowman. Snowmen and women are popular holiday decorations. Make some cute tabletop ones of your own easily using Styrofoam balls.

Finished Styrofoam Snowman

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November 5, 2011 Flag
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This is a guide about making a sock snowman. With some simple accessories, you can turn a plain sock into an adorable snowman. They are cute decorations for around the house and make great gifts too.

Homemade sock snowman.

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March 27, 2014 Flag
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This is a guide about making a jar snowman. There are many ways to decorate a new or recycled jar for a festive holiday gift or decoration.

Snowman Jar Craft

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December 21, 2012 Flag
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This is a guide about snowman Christmas ornaments. Snowman ornaments look so cute on your tree, especially homemade ones.

Snowman Christmas Ornaments

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December 19, 2008 Flag

A cute snowman made from an old bedpost.

Approximate Time: 30 minutes

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Instructions:

Spray paint the bedpost white and let dry. Paint on face and buttons, let dry. Glue on pom poms and hat and scarf.

By Sandy from Bluff City, TN

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October 10, 2012 Flag
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This guide is about paper snowman crafts. Many simple holiday decorations can be made different kinds of paper.

Paper Snowman Crafts

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November 15, 2011 Flag
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This is a guide about making a paper plate snowman. Paper plate snowman are a great kids craft. Using a few simple supplies, you can easily make these adorable decorations at home.

A paper plate snowman.

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October 4, 2004 Flag
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This past weekend, I went on an excursion to the craft store with my daughter. Boy, what a way to have creativity spark within your children as well as yourself.

Ideas come from nowhere just walking through the aisles. Bottomline, we worked on snowmen and what wonderful snowmen they are!

Supplies:

  • papier mache' bowling pins
  • white paint
  • Tacky Glue
  • black thumb tacks
  • kids socks, preferably colored (blue and red and green)
  • strips of fabric
  • black marker
  • paper bag
  • orange paint
  • buttons
  • glitter
  • spray adhesive

Instructions:

  1. Paint the entire bowling pin white. Let dry. 2 coats works good.
  2. Spray adhesive and sprinkle with glitter. Let dry.
  3. Take child's sock and cover the top of the pin. You may want to glue it on.
  4. Take 2 thumbtacks and poke them in where you want the eyes.
  5. Take garbage bag and tear as big as you want it for the nose and twist it to form a nose. Either glue or tape it so it doesn't unravel. Paint orange. Let dry.
  6. Glue buttons on front of bowling pin going downward.
  7. Take the scrap of fabric and make a scarf and glue around the neck of the bowling pin.
  8. Take the nose and glue in place. Draw the mouth with a black marker. We drew mouths that looked like charcoal.

You can make a bunch of these for not that much money. We intend on making these for the teachers as well as family members. The bowling pins come in 5 sizes so you can make snow people families. Have fun!

By Laura

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