Are you looking for snowman craft ideas? With just a few items from Dollar Tree, you can make these super easy ideas all season long.
Today we’re going to take some Dollar Store placemats and upcycle them into snowman placemats. I will also share several easy peasy, fun snowman crafts for the holiday season. Let’s get started. After the placemats, I have several other snowman craft ideas to share with you.
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I found these fun white placemats at Dollar Tree. I purchased six of them to go on my dining room table.
I started with Apple Barrel, multi-surface, acrylic paint in the color black. I also used this folk art home decor paint brush that was nice and round. This would help me make my snowman face. I put my black paint into a little, tin muffin pan. I got my paintbrush really coated with black paint then took the paintbrush and made a nice little circular motion onto the placemat to make an eye. It took a little practice to get it coated enough. I then made another eye on the other side of the placemat and added little circles on the bottom half of the placemat to make the mouth. I started by kind of marking each one in the place that I wanted and then I worked to fill in all of the circles.
I then used Apple Barrel, and pumpkin orange paint to create the nose. I dipped my flat paint brush into the orange paint and started painting on a carrot nose. I took my time drawing the nose and made sure to get the shape that I was looking for. I then filled it all in and used a smaller brush, dipped in the black paint, and made little lines on the carrot nose to make it look more like a carrot.
I repeated this same process with all the placemats. The circles weren’t perfectly round but I was okay with that. Each carrot nose looked a little different from the others making them all unique. I got a little bit better at how to get the black circles on in an even style, as well as make the carrot noses the shape that I wanted.
You could alternatively use Sharpie markers or a permanent marker to do this project, but I was a little worried that permanent markers tend to bleed. Another idea might be to use fabric and glue or use adhesive fabric to make the same face. I chose this paint as I know that I will want to wash these placemats and this paint will hold up in the wash cycle. once it’s dry I should be able to machine wash it and air dry it. Once I had all six placemats painted I set them out to dry completely.
Once they were dry they were ready to be used. I still have to remove the tags and I will cut those off with the scissors. I’m also trying to decide whether to leave them on the red tablecloth or remove the red tablecloth and let them be on the hardwood. One thing that I absolutely love about these is they can be used for an entire winter season.
Snowman Craft Ideas Video
Today I am going to show you a great way to make a simple Halloween decoration that can be used for more than just one holiday. created an inexpensive, cute mummy on one side of a pillow cover and a snowman on the other side. You can find the full tutorial at Snowman Reversible Pillow Cover
Easy Dollar Tree Snowman Decoration
Do you want to make penguin and snowman decorations? I have 2 easy projects using items from the dollar store! You can find the full tutorial at Snowman Decorations
Are you looking for easy snowman crafts? I have several to share with you and the best part is that you can make them all in one day. You can find all of these tutorials at Super Easy DIY Snowman Crafts You Can Make In One Day
I love to decorate seasonally, then you can leave things up for 3 months rather than just one. I love snowmen for this very reason, and here is how I created a wooden snowman family for the winter months. You can find the full tutorial at Wooden Snowman Family
I love thrift store and seeing what I can make out of things. I had found this amazing glass hat and knew I just needed to create a snowman for it. You can find the full tutorial at Glass Candle Holder Snowman
Do you wonder how to make a snowman craft? I grabbed 2 vases at the thrift store and with a little floor cleaner, glitter, and extras I turned them into a glittery snowman for the winter season! You can find the full tutorial at How To Make A Snowman Craft
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. You can find the full tutorial at Easy Winter Light Up Snowman Craft
Create an inexpensive easy snowman! It’s a decoration you can leave up through March, and even kids can make this one. You can find the full tutorial at Easy Snowman – Great Kids Craft Too!
Do you want to make a Dollar Tree snowman wreath? I have not only 1 but 2 easy versions to share with you! You can find the full tutorial at Dollar Tree Snowman Wreath, 2 Awesome and Easy DIYs
Other cute snowman craft ideas for winter crafts all season long include:
- paper plate snowman craft – use a paper plate snowman face or staple more together to create the body too.
- cotton ball snowman craft – make a snowman out of cotton balls
- toilet paper roll snowman. Paint a paper tube with white paint and then draw on a face to create a snowman.
- egg carton snowman craft – use egg cartons to make snowmen
- grab a free printable template to make snowman pictures, puppets, and more
- use little hands to make adorable snowmen out of fingerprints
- sock snowman craft – make a snowman out of a white sock
- create wood slice snowman ornaments
- use white paper to cut out some snowmen and snowflakes and maybe make some snowman cards or Christmas cards
- make a salt dough and create snowmen
- make a snowman on your front door with butcher paper, and construction paper.
- easy wine cork snowman ornament – Paint a cork white, and then make a snowman face on it.
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