Melted Snowman Ornament

By | December 3, 2013

Melted Snowman Ornament

Do you like making Ornaments for your Christmas tree?  I sure do, and I love seeing all the ornaments my kids made from the years before hanging on the tree each year.  So we have made it a tradition to make a new ornament every year, some years we make two or three different ones, what can I say I love ornaments!

This year I thought it would be fun to make these melted snowman ornaments.  Both my girls had fun watching our snowman melt last year and they really like Frosty so I though this would be a fun ornament to have hanging from the tree.  And this one is easy enough for any age child (or adult) to make.

I think these look best when you try to make the snowman face out of the beads and foam paper carrot, however you do not need to do this. If you choose too though the easiest way is to just drop everything in then using the tip of small scissors or tweezers you can grab and move everything into place.

Check out our CHRISTMAS Pintrest board for more fun ideas!

Supplies

Clear Plastic Ornaments
Fake Snow
Small Black Beads
Small Piece of Orange Foam Paper
Funnel

Directions

Melted Snowman OrnamentUsing your funnel pour the fake snow into your clear plastic ornament.

Melted Snowman OrnamentCount out 5 small beads (2 for the eyes, and 3 for the mouth) then drop them in your ornament.

Melted Snowman OrnamentNext cut a small carrot shape (or triangle) out of some orange foam paper and drop into your ornament.

Melted Snowman OrnamentFeel free to arrange the beads and nose to form the face then hang from your tree.

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Melted Snowman Ornament

  1. Krystal

    Awe, this would be cute with a little top hat or scarf? Or some little twigs, too? Very cute!

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  4. April Hoff

    How clever! I’ll bet your girls really enjoyed making these! Thanks for linking up to the “Get Your DIY On” link up party! Bring your handmade project on Sunday! :)

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