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    Let's Craft: Yarn Snowman Project #13

    Cookgirl
    Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:56 pm
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    source: http://hoosierhomemade.com/easy-winter-crafts/






    "It’s that time…the Christmas decorations are all down and the house looks a little bare. Time to gather the kiddos and let the crafting begin! Today I have 3 Easy Winter Crafts for you to create!

    We have lots to cover, so let’s get right to it! First, the Paper Snowman Garland…

    I found everything I needed at Walmart, let’s gather our supplies…

    Snowman Garland Supplies

    Scrapbook Paper
    Straightedge Cutter
    Ruler
    Scissors
    Snowman Pattern – I used one from Better Homes and Gardens, you can download it HERE
    Spray Adhesive, optional {not shown}
    Glitter, optional



    Now let’s get busy building Mr. Snowman!

    Let’s gather our supplies…

    Snowman Supplies

    Styrofoam balls – I bought 1 package with 2.5 inch and another with a variety of sizes {it was much less expensive to buy them this way}
    White Yarn – I bought Bernat Baby Blanket {1 skein was more than enough to make the Snowman and several Snowballs}
    Black Felt
    Ribbon – I bought some that looks like a scarf
    Black Fuzzy Sticks – aka Pipe Cleaners
    Wooden Skewers – found in the kitchen area
    Acrylic Paint – orange and white
    Small wooden disks for the snowman to sit on
    Straight pins
    Foam paint brush
    Buttons
    Hot glue gun or other adhesive


    Full instructions at the link above. ^^
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