Materials Used for Twine Wrapped Snowman
Arms from an old snowman ornament (twigs would work, too)
To begin, cut a small slice from the largest ball. You won’t need to do this for the smaller balls.
Place a circle of hot glue onto the bottom and begin to wind the twine in a circular motion as shown here.
To make the hat, cut a tissue roll in half and them cut it again until you’re happy with the size. Cut a felt circle for the bottom of the hat and another one for the top. Glue the felt around the roll, then run a trail of glue around the bottom edge and center the roll onto the larger felt circle. Run a glue line along the outer rim of the smaller felt circle and place it on top.
Cut a piece of ribbon or any kind of cloth and glue it around the hat. Add a pretty embellishment. I chose the snowflake.
Glue small buttons for eyes and larger ones for the center. I found an old snowman ornament and removed its arms to use on this one. They are a little small, but they work. You could also use small twigs. I used a felt dot for the mouth.
I really like how turned out. If anyone asks why he’s brown, I’ll just tell them that I live in a southern coastal city where snow is not something we see, so we build sandmen instead of snowmen!I think he looks great next to a couple of trees I made.
This twine snowman is easy to make and you’ll only need a few supplies.
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Twine Wrapped Snowman
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