Wood Slice Christmas Snowman Decorations
One of my favourite things about winter is when we are lucky enough to get snow. It does not always happen and we seem to live in an area where we miss the downpours despite seeing snow on tv and hearing about it from friends and family living a few hours south.
I guess it’s because I love snowmen and building them with my daughter. Well today we have some lovely Snowman decorations not made from snow but from wooden slices and these are are real treat. We hope you like the tutorial. Enjoy!
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Supplies For This Snowman deCORATION
- Wood Slices
- Glue gun
- Paint Brush
- White Paint
- Black, Pink, Light Pink, Orange and White Paint Pen
- Pom Poms
- Pipe Cleaners
Xubox Pointed-Round Paintbrush Set, 10 Pieces Round Pointed Tip Nylon Hair Artist Detail Paint Brushes Set for Fine Detailing & Art Painting, Acrylic Watercolor Oil, Nail Art, Miniature Painting, BlueWilson Enterprises 4 Pack Basswood Round Unsanded Pack of 4Uni-posca Paint Marker Pen – Extra Fine Point – Set of 12 (PC-1M12C)
How To Make This wOODEN slICE Snowman oRNAMENT
Allow to dry completely. Use pink paint pens to give the snowman pink rosy cheeks.
Use a black paint pen to draw on a coal mouth, eyes and buttons.
Draw on eyebrows. Use an orange paint pen to give the snowman a carrot nose.
Use a white paint pen to give the eyes some expression. Refer to the photo.
Cut a pipe cleaner large enough to wrap around the snowman’s head, leaving some empty space above his head.
Refer to the photo.
Tie felt around the snowman’s neck.
Glue in place.
Use scissors to frays the ends of the scarf.
Your ornament is finished. These would make wonderful family gifts from children!
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!