- 2 Shadow Boxes, I got mine from Michael’s that were hexagon shaped
- White and Black Paint
- Popsicle Sticks
- Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
- Christmas Greenery and flowers of choice
These hexagon shadow boxes are from Michael’s and we’re only $1 each. I cut the twine hanger off the one the one that will be at the bottom of the snowman. There is also a metal hanger on the back of these frames for wall decor.
I used hot glue to glue the frames together. You could also use wood glue or E6000, but the hot glue worked great for me! After the frames were glued together I painted them white.
I decided to use felt balls for the inside of my snowman, but you can also use stuffing. I squished the felt balls in tightly.
I then put hot glue on each felt ball to secure them.
Once all the white felt balls are secure, I hot glued colored felt balls for the eyes, nose, and buttons.
Then I made the hat with popsicle sticks. I used gardening shears to cut the popsicle sticks but you can also use scissors. I started with the base of the hat and then formed the top of the hat with shorter popsicle sticks. I used hot glue to hold the sticks together.
Then I painted the hat black. I added a few white sticks, greenery, white flowers, and a pinecone to the hat.
I used hot glue to attach the hat to the top of the snowman! There is a hanger on the frames so you could hang it or prop it up on a shelf!
Hope you give this a try! Comment below with your favorite snowman crafts!