Organized Clutter
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Blog Inspired Star Snowman


If you can blanket stitch, you can make this star snowman.
If you can blanket stitch, you can make this star snowman.
First I made a non-symmetrical star pattern out of paper, and cut my snowman out of Warm and Natural quilt batting.
First I made a non-symmetrical star pattern out of paper, and cut my snowman out of Warm and Natural quilt batting.
Then I blanket stitched around the edges and stuffed him with Warm and Natural quilt batting.  Next I tea stained lightly.
Then I blanket stitched around the edges and stuffed him with Warm and Natural quilt batting. Next I tea stained lightly.
I stiffened the snowman with a mixture of Mod Podge and water in a baggy.
I stiffened the snowman with a mixture of Mod Podge and water in a baggy.
After the snowman was dry, I glued black seed button for eyes, a felt nose, and whole cloves for the buttons.  I rubbed a cotton swab with a little blush on his cheeks and glued on a piece of tinsel garland.
After the snowman was dry, I glued black seed button for eyes, a felt nose, and whole cloves for the buttons. I rubbed a cotton swab with a little blush on his cheeks and glued on a piece of tinsel garland.
My star snowman is on the left and my inspiration is on the right.
My star snowman is on the left and my inspiration is on the right.
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