Have you seen those little snowman piece miniatures at the craft store? This is the perfect thing to use them for. My wonderful Aunt Nancy, is just about as creative as someone can be. Her specialty is Christmas ornaments and I grew up looking forward to her next creation. I have a soft spot that is hard to explain for melted snowman so this idea was perfect for me.
You will need:
two black seed beads (for eyes)
scrap of fabric (for scarf)
the bottom part of a leaf (small enough to be arms)
top hat and carrot miniatures
Lay out your wax paper and make a puddle of hot glue on it. Add your pieces to the glue before it sets. Take a piece of cord and make a loop, pressing the ends into the top part of your ornament. Let the glue dry COMPLETELY and then peel off of the paper. Hang on your tree!
Oh my word, this is ADORABLE. MUCH cuter than the felt melted snowmen. Another great use for hot glue. 🙂
How cute! I just saw melted snowman cookies yesterday and was thrilled to see your melted snowman ornaments 🙂
This would be such a fun gift.
Evelyn @ Hanging by a Silver Lining says
I LOVE that!!! How funny and cute!
Katie P says
This is too cute! My mom collects snowmen — I'll have to share this with her!
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Judy @ In His Grip says
Oh my heck, the cutest thing ever and so easy. I love it. I will now be on the look out for miniture hats and carrots. Thanks!
How fun is this. I've done one in a glass ornament with epoxy but never seen one as cute as yours! Thanks for sharing!
Auntie Nannie says
Sweet! They turned out nicely and they are better then the ones I made. Great Job. Lov Ya
I love this! I featured it on my site today! Come grab my NEW button – it's so pretty! 🙂 Hope you have a blessed day!
Thank you for linking up some of your cute ornaments to the POV link party. I love this melted snowman! Merry Christmas!
Amy at Ameroonie Designs says
Super cute Debra! So glad you linked it up. 🙂
How do you make the glue not so bumpy? I attempted to make it but the "puddle" was bumpy.