Simple picture frames and paper doilies from the dollar store transform into a cute as can be snowman to decorate your door all winter long! Make this dollar store picture frame snowman in just about 30 minutes!
Welcome back to year 6 of our Festive Christmas Event where we team up with a bunch of talented blogging friends to bring you a plethora of creative ways to celebrate your holiday season.
We will be baking some cookie recipes for you, sharing some party games, making some handmade gifts, doing some ornament crafting, and sharing our Christmas movies family fun. There will be breakfast recipes and as always our decorated Christmas Trees which is always a fun tour of homes.
New this year is Gift Guides. We are right there with you shopping from home due to Covid 19 and we understand how hard that can be so we have been busy little Elves doing tons of research to create fabulous Gift Guides to help you with your holiday shopping.
You will find new ideas every Monday and Wednesday between Oct. 19th through Nov. 18th. Scroll all the way down to find all the ideas linked at the end.
Dollar Store Picture Frame Snowman
This is a fun activity to create with your tweens and teens. It adds such an adorable decoration for the holiday season and right through winter!
- Plastic Picture Frames, 3” x 5”, 4” x 6”, 5” x 7” – Dollar Store
- Paper Doilies, White, Assorted Sizes – Dollar Store
- Snowflake Felt Cutouts – Dollar Store
- Glitter Glue, Clear – Dollar Store
- Orange Felt – Scrap
- Buttons – Black, Large
- Ribbons, Assorted
- Spray Paint, White – Make sure it bonds to plastic
- Craft Paint, Light Blue
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Adhesive Runner
- Strong Adhesive – I used E6000
Gather all supplies. Remove cardboard backing, paper liner and glass from picture frames. Set these items aside.
In a well-ventilated area (or outside) spray paint plastic picture frames white. Apply several light coats to achieve a solid coating.
Using the paper picture frame liner as a base, apply layers of doilies onto plain white side with adhesive runner.
Flip over and trim all edges with scissors.
Repeat with all three picture frame inserts.
Insert doily covered papers and cardboard backing into all three picture frames.
Stack picture frames and secure matching edges with a strong adhesive like E6000. Set aside to dry overnight.
Cut a carrot nose from orange felt. Orange cardstock would work as well.
Attach carrot nose, two large black button eyes and three buttons to snowman with the glue gun and glue sticks.
Measure and cut 24” lengths of at least three types of ribbon. Tie around snowman’s neck and secure with the glue gun.
Paint snowflake cutout with light blue craft paint. Set aside to dry.
Outline with clear glitter glue, let dry. Then glue to snowman to finish.
Be sure to check out this fun Dollar Store Snowman Christmas Ornament too!
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