DIY Light Bulb Snowman

One of my favorite things to do is to make craft projects that use something that would otherwise end up in the trash.
This adorable snowman ornament started his life out as a light bulb!
He's all dressed up and ready for the cold weather with his hat, scarf and mittens!
I used a piece of blue felt and rolled it to make his hat brim more puffy.
A big 1" pom pom finishes off his hat.
More blue felt with cut ends make up this snowman's cute scarf. To see the whole step by step tutorial for my light bulb snowman ornament, see my blog.

Suggested materials:

  • Blue Felt  (Michael's)
  • Snowflake Stickers  (Dollar Store)
  • Craft Paint  (Michael's)
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • SouthernStyleLA
    on Nov 3, 2016

    I looove it!

  • Phillipcardjr
    on Dec 7, 2016

    I really like snowmen, and your snowman is especially nice. I pinned it to my board ''For the love of snow'' so visitors there could see it too, and swing over.

    , These snowmen playing ball when people aren t looking are on a piece of cut glass that was painted dark on the back and the scene on the front
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