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September 15, 2015 Flag
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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!

hanging snowman decoration

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December 2, 2015 Flag
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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.

Frosted Pine Cone Snowman Craft

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January 26, 2011 Flag
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Straw Hat SnowmanThis snowman can hang on a wall indoors or on an outside door instead of a wreath. It's very easy to make.

You will need:



  1. Paint the raised part of the hat white, as well as a section of the flat part.
  2. Paint the sky blue.
  3. Give him/her pink cheeks.
  4. Glue on black pompoms to make the face.
  5. Glue two large pompoms on either side of the face for earmuffs and glue on the chenille stem to go over the head.
  6. Glue on snowflakes around the face and add a ribbon or material to serve as a scarf.
  7. I then hot-glued some string on the back for hanging.

By Toni

January 19, 2011 Flag
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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.

snowmen against fence with a large snowflake

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August 31, 2011 Flag

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. Snowman Plant Stake


Approximate Time: 2 hours



  1. Cut three circles from your muslin, one each 10.5 inches, 8 inches, and 5 inches.

  2. Cut three circles from your cardboard one each 5.25 inches, 4 inches, and 2.5 inches. Cut them out with the heavy scissors.

  3. Cut out a circle of quilt batting to match each of the cardboard circles and glue it around the edges to the matching cardboard. Stitch a running stitch close to the edge around each muslin circle and gather it up around its matching cardboard, covered with quilt batting, with the batting toward your gathers.

  4. Before you tighten your fabric around the cardboard circle make a mark on your fabric where the tunnels in the cardboard run from one side to the other; (see illustration) you will need to know this to slip your hanger into when you assemble your snowman. If you forget you can use a pin to find it later. Illistrations for the snowman plant stake craft

  5. For the arms: cut two strips of muslin 2 inches by 9 inches, sew each of them into a tube and turn them right side out. Cut a piece of your batting 2 inches by 9 inches and stuff your arms. Refer to photo for my tip on how to turn and stuff the arms. Closeup detail of a Snowman Plant Stake

  6. With the floss sew on three of the largest buttons to the largest circle, the next largest to the middle size circle; use plenty of length so you can make a loopy bow.

  7. Sharpen your dowel in a pencil sharpener if it is long enough or cut it to a point with a knife otherwise, paint it orange and lay it aside to dry while you prepare the face. Sew your eye buttons on or hot glue them on, attach the mouth beads by sewing or glue. Just below your gathered center on the face circle make a slit in the muslin, then make a hole clear through the circle with a large needle or crochet hook; you will later push the dowel nose through this hole from the back.

  8. For the tree, cut two felt shapes just alike, place a line of glue down the middle and lay a stick in the glue, apply glue on the stick and add the other tree shape. With floss stitch the edges together adding a bead now and then.

  9. Now you are ready to assemble your snowman. Cut the hook off of your hanger, straighten out the first bend then cut off the hanger a couple of inches past the next bend. This will keep your snowman from turning when pushed into a plant.

  10. Locate your marks on each of the circles where the tunnels go straight; make a small slit on both edges. Slip your hanger through the large circle, then the medium, and then the small circle. Don't come out the top of the head. Put a drop of glue on each of the holes between the circles to hold them in place.

  11. Glue or stitch the arms at the top of the middle circle where you would expect the shoulders to be with the seam on the underside; point them slightly downward and tie the other end in a knot for hands. Bring them around to the front and glue them together. Slip the tree under one arm; glue the tree to the body in a couple of spots.

  12. For the hat and scarf on my snowman I crocheted a strip approximately 15 inches long by 1.5 inches wide by first making a chain then double crocheting two rows. I then made a pom pom by wrapping my yarn around my cell phone 40 times, tying a piece of the yarn around it, and cutting the loops. I didn't trim the loops but left them shaggy. I then wrapped the scarf around the front of the head starting at the side I wanted the scarf to appear knotted at and went around the back. I pinned this in place. Then with needle and thread I stitched the top edges together, hot glued the bottom edges to the head, then glued the pom pom to the top back edge completing the hat. With the rest of the scarf I wrapped it around the neck and tied a knot bringing the tail down one side where I glued it in place under the arm. You could certainly use knitted material such as an old sweater and fashion a cap and scarf the same shape as my crocheted scarf or just go with a scrap of fabric tied around the neck. Closeup of face of snowman plant stake

  13. What self-respecting snowman would go around without a nose? Push the snowman's nose through the hole from the back, add a spot of glue around his nose (on the back) just before you have it all the way through. You now have a snowman on a stake to enjoy or give a way.

By Ann W. from Loup City, NE

December 8, 2007 Flag

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.

Easy Snowman Ornaments

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November 27, 2007 Flag

Create cute snowman jars from canning jars or mayonnaise jars. These are great for giving layered cookie mixes, party mixes, or any homemade goodies.

Recycled Jar Snowman

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December 27, 2009 Flag
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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.

Jar lids decorated to look like snowmen.

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December 5, 2006 Flag
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Floral bucket painted with a snowman and filled with white flowers.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)

December 14, 2007 Flag

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.

paint can decorated as a snowman

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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.

Doorstop by door.

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December 8, 2012 Flag
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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.

Finished candle holder.

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December 25, 2011 Flag
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Make a cute snowman, by recycling household stuffs like newspapers, scraps of cloth, and cotton.

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December 12, 2011 Flag
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Make Jimmy, the swagger snowman, for your window sill and spread some Christmas cheer this festive season!

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