This is page features snowman craft ideas. Include some of these cute snowmen craft ideas in your holiday decorating plans.
Celebrate the winter season and all its fun in the snow with this artwork. Turn a paper plate and polystyrene balls into a beautiful artwork that will wow your friends. Some good entertainment for the festive season!
This Christmas, turn a pine cone into a cute little snowman. This poor fella is cold. Even his mouth and cheeks are blue, so you will have to knit him a nice scarf to try and help him to get warm. Add him to your window sill or mantelpiece, and bring some cheer to your winter décor.
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Sandy, Totally awesome! What a perfect craft for young crafters, such as Scouts, to do for a nursing home or for children's hospital unit for on the doors. And, of course, to do for at home too. Keep sharing those good ideas!!!
Those are so cute! I just love them. How nice for a winter theme after we've taken down the Christmas decorations. Nice work!
Two darling snowmen on a fence with a snowflake backing proclaim to "let it snow". So easy and economical to make and yet such a nice sight to see. A must have for all snow lovers.
Need something to brighten up someone's room, but they don't have shelf space? How about a plant stake? He can also be made to hang on a wall.
Here's a quick and easy way to dress up to those plain glass ornaments in your Christmas box. While you're at it, make several.
Create cute snowman jars from canning jars or mayonnaise jars. These are great for giving layered cookie mixes, party mixes, or any homemade goodies.
I decided not to bake homemade items this year because of flu fears. I chose wrapped candy instead, collecting hard candies on sale after Halloween and purchasing a couple of large bags chocolates at Sam's, but I wanted to add a special touch.
By Connie from Ballwin, MO (Originally Published 12/09/2005)
That looks awesome!! Good Job!
It is so cute! I just love snowmen!!!
Spray paint the outside of the can with the white paint, let dry. Paint on face, let dry. Spray on seal, let dry. Glue on the pom poms as in picture to look like ear muffs.
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.
This is a snowman that holds a votive candle. He is made from a frosted glass vase with a flared top. You could also use a clear glass vase in the same shape.
Make a cute snowman, by recycling household stuffs like newspapers, scraps of cloth, and cotton.
Make Jimmy, the swagger snowman, for your window sill and spread some Christmas cheer this festive season!
Easy for the youngest of crafters! First, make a snowman. I wanted to use big marshmallows dipped in paint to make the print of the snowman body, but we were out. Instead, we glued on cotton balls. I used the large type. Then use a marker to add a hat, eyes, nose, buttons, and arms.
A cute snowman made from an old bedpost.
Save your glass mayonnaise jars (round with metal lid.) Stuff a dollar store winter cap with old Walmart bags. Glue edge of cap to the rim of the jar lid. Next, using some "snow in a can" (the kind you use on your windows), spray almost all the way around the jar with the fake snow leaving a spot to paint a face with craft paint. Two red dots for eyes, one black dot for a nose and four or five red dots for a smile. When the paint and the snow is dry paint with clear sealer. Now fill with candy and you have a great gift for a co-worker or choco-holic.
By Debra in CO
I'd like to see a picture of this.