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This little snowman was constructed of things around the house.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy
Plain old piece of card board from in the attic, this was used as the foundation.
a sheet of aluminum foil from off the roll is used to cover the card board
This doughnut shaped packing material came from something I ordered. I used it as the base of my snowman.
some black nail polish as to paint the lid of an old candle jar . it always looked like a hat to me!
Polish the candle jar lid , and you have a hat... for Mr. snowman
I had some old buttons, I glued on and some old material was left from another project made a cute scarf. the glasses were purchased for about 2 dollars from a craft store.
The Christmas tree was a cone bought from Michaels and Hershey kisses were glued on, and lights bought for 1dollar battery operated small set, wrapped around the tree.
then I cut up some old ,Styrofoam, and glued it to the flooring around the snowman.
other items were added from the old Christmas past items that were lying around .
this is the finished project

Materials I used for this project:

  • Glue   (dollar store)
  • Hershey kisses for tree   (walmart)
  • Strofoam   (old packing material)
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  • Wendy
    18 hours ago

    I love seeing the whole process, adorable!!

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      Maisie Bentley
      9 hours ago

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  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    10 hours ago

    He's so cute. Made me smile. Cool idea for the tree. The "branches " may be gone by the time Christmas comes

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