Do you want to know how to make a Santa out of a mop head? Mop head crafts are fun and inexpensive. Here’s my tutorial on how to make a mop head Santa.
Have you every looked for instructions on a project and couldn’t find them? It’s so frustrating. I had many requests to make a tutorial on this, so here goes!
The best part is that almost all of the items you need for this project can be found at the dollar store.
Here are the Santa Mop Head Instructions:
You’ll start with a Dollar Tree mop. I started by taking the mop head off the pole.
I took a portion of the mop strands and pulled them back behind the mop base and secured them like a ponytail with a rubber band.
I then sectioned off a few more strands just under the top part and pulled them on either side to become a mustache.
I hot glued on 2 google eyes, and a pom pom nose.
Can you see the mop Santa yet?
I twisted each mustache side, pulled both sides around back and created another ponytail using a rubber band to secure it.
I hot glued a small Santa hat onto the top .
I used some fishing line and pulled it through the mop strands, and tied it in a loop so the Santa could be hung if I wanted.
For now I just placed him on my mantel.
Are you ready to make this mop Santa craft?
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