Wood Stake Snowmen
These snowmen are the cutest addition to planters, yard or even in a vase inside! They are so easy to make and actually really inexpensive!
I purchased a huge bunch of wood stakes at Lowes for less than $8.
I started out by painting them white with some acrylic paint. If you are using these outdoors then be sure to pick up the outdoor paint.
I used two coats since the wood was still showing through.
After they were dry, using a black and orange permanent marker, I drew on some fun "snowman faces" changing each of them up. I looked up snowman faces online to give me some ideas.
See the all the steps here! Including how I make the little hats!
I then added hats and scarves with hot glue. I used scrap felt fabric and cut up a old red sweater!
You can see how I made them in the video below.
That was it!
Because they are stakes they already have a pointed end making it easy to put into the ground.
Aren't they the cutest! Perfect to line your driveway or walkway! You can even put them in outdoor pots!
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Carol Schultz on Nov 15, 2020
Definitely going to do this as my kids have a circular driveway and put wooden stakes in each winter to prevent driving on the grass. I plan to make a bunch of these to replace those plain wooden stakes. Will make a 'useful" Christmas gift!
It says "See the all the steps here! Including how I make the little hats!" but that is not clickable nor does the photo below it yield any results.
It also says "You can see how I made them in the video below", but there is only a still photo. How did you make the hats?