Easy Winter Light Up Snowman Craft

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Need an easy snowman craft? You may remember my light up Halloween Ghost Craft.  Well I’d like to introduce you to my super easy light up snowman craft for winter. Its easy and inexpensive! Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.

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You will need: Ping Pong ball (Dollar Tree) Flicker light/battery operated tea light (Dollar Tree) Permanent markers Elmer's School Glue Glitter Fabric - optional Razor Blade - or something to cut with.

You will need: Ping Pong ball (Dollar Tree) Flicker light/battery operated tea light (Dollar Tree) Permanent markers Elmer’s School Glue Glitter Fabric – optional Razor Blade – or something to cut with.

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 Cut an "X" in the bottom of the ping pong ball. This step is not for kids - I prepped this part for the class parties. You could try to have kids cut with something else like scissors, or a poke it with an ice pick.

Cut an “X” in the bottom of the ping pong ball. This step is not for kids – I prepped this part for the class parties. You could try to have kids cut with something else like scissors, or a poke it with an ice pick.

 Use the markers to draw a face on the ping pong ball, and let dry completely.

Use the markers to draw a face on the ping pong ball, and let dry completely.

 Paint on Elmer's Clear School glue.

Paint on Elmer’s Clear School glue.

 Put the ping pong ball on the flicker candle/battery operated tea light. You could do this step before the glue if desired.

Put the ping pong ball on the flicker candle/battery operated tea light. You could do this step before the glue if desired.

 Sprinkle the glitter onto the glue, and let dry completely.

Sprinkle the glitter onto the glue, and let dry completely.

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 Optional - cut a piece of fabric and tie it around the flicker tea light like a scarf.

Optional – cut a piece of fabric and tie it around the flicker tea light like a scarf.

 Turn on the battery operated tea light and enjoy!

Turn on the battery operated tea light and enjoy!

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 They make great party crafts or favors, and gifts.

They make great party crafts or favors, and gifts.

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22 Comments

  1. So cute! I want to make these for my mantel to go with the little trees I found at Dollar Tree! Thanks for sharing something so simple’1

    1. Sounds lovely Linda – please send me pictures πŸ™‚

  2. That is so cute! We made snowman ornaments using the tea light candles but not a table sitter. Thanks for sharing with us at the Virtual Refrigerator. Pinned.

    1. Thank you and I bet your’s are super cute too!

  3. Oh what a nice craft! I was looking for something easy and fun to do with the kids. My 5-year-old loves the little battery operated candles and turns them on every night. I am planning (hoping) to make cookie cottages (found on Martha Stewart site), these snowmen will fit right in in the “cookie village”.

    1. Thank you Mila, and I love that you make things with your kids! Please send me some pictures – I’d love to see what everyone creates πŸ™‚

  4. I must have found you on a link party because this is the second post I have seen today! You are so creative and fun! You need to rub off on me…..:)

    1. You are so sweet Kari, thank you so much! I do link up and love seeing what everyone makes πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much and thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  5. Very creative! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and we hope you will join us again next week.

    1. Thank you Sandra and yes, I wouldn’t miss it. Love seeing what everyone is making πŸ™‚

  6. Love this. It’s so cute. What a perfect craft project for kids and adults alike.

    1. Thank you, and you are so right – both myself and my kids loved making these πŸ™‚

  7. How cute! Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!

    1. Thank you so much for the feature and thank you for having a wonderful place for all of us to share ideas!

  8. WOW two for two I got another craft for my senior craft group. Really knocking off my to do list today THANK YOU again.

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