Snowman Washer Necklace

By | December 12, 2013

Snowman Washer Necklace

My oldest daughter has been obsessed this year with making necklaces.  She got a necklace kit for her birthday and that started it, since then we have been making so many different necklaces it is crazy.  Over the summer we made these Washer Necklaces that were really fun and easy to make so then we made some for Halloween too.

So I thought why not make some for Christmas too.  However I wanted to try something a little different and make some Snowman Washer Necklaces instead of just Christmas colors.  And I have to say I am pretty excited about how they turned out.

My little one is still too young to use the glue gun but she was able to paint the washers with the nail polish.  My oldest daughter did the rest of the work and glued everything together.  Since they are both giving their teachers these Snowman Hot Cocoa Gifts for Christmas I thought these might be a fun present to give with them.

Supplies

Washers (in three different sizes)
White Nail Polish
Black Nail Polish
2 Tiny Black Pom Poms
1 Tiny Orange Pom Pom
2 Googly Eyes
Hat Template
Black Felt
String
Glue Gun

Directions

 Snowman Washer NecklacePaint your three washers with white nail polish.

Snowman Washer NecklaceCut out your Hat Template and then trace and cut it out of the black felt.

Snowman Washer NecklaceUsing your glue gun glue the three washers together smallest to biggest.

Snowman Washer NecklaceTie your string to the small washer.  Then glue your hat on over it.

Snowman Washer NecklaceGlue your eyes, nose, and buttons onto your snowman.

Snowman Washer NecklaceUse your black nail polish to paint on a mouth

Snowman Washer NecklaceNow you are ready to wear your necklace or give it to someone special as a gift.

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13 thoughts on “Snowman Washer Necklace

  1. Candace

    Adorable necklace! What a great idea for teacher gifts. LOVE the pictures of your precious daughters hard at work!

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  2. susan

    How precious! I love the look of joy on your little one’s face. These would make such great gifts for friends. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday on Organized 31.

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  4. Makeovers & Motherhood

    I love it! Crafts that are cute, simple, inexpensive and a hit with kids are also a big hit with me! Featuring this on Makeovers & Motherhood’s Welcome Party Wednesday Link-Up this week! Thanks for sharing!

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