Well.. I know it is ONLY August.. but have you ever heard of “Christmas in July”? Stop. Wait. That doesn’t make sense either. Teehee…. but what DOES Make sense, is that MANY crafters get their Christmas Craft planning in SUMMER in order to be ready for all the Craft Fairs come late Autumn and Winter. So Christmas in August it is! Today, I have some seriously adorable Wood Slice Snowman Ornaments – the perfect little Snowman Craft for Winter. They are easy and fun and would make a great DIY Ornament to Sell on Etsy or a Fair. If you are getting Christmas Market Ready, you MUST check out our Christmas Ornaments Ebook too! Or check out our complete list of Christmas Ornaments Crafts. Including lots of Christmas Ornaments for Preschoolers as well as Christmas Ornaments for Adults to make.
Learn how to make Wood Slice Snowman Ornaments today! And be Christmas Market ready!
Wood Slice Snowmen Ornament – Supplies:
- Wood Slices (You can get Wood Slices online here US/ UK (Affiliate links))
- Paint Brush
- White Paint
- Black, Pink, Light Pink, Orange and White Paint Pen (We adore these paint pens: US/ UK (affiliate links))
- Pom Poms
- Pipe Cleaners
How to make Wood Slice Snowman Ornaments – Instructions:
Assembling your Wooden Snowman Ornament
Glue 3 wood slices together, with the smallest slice on top and the largest slice on the bottom.
Your first layers of your snowman ornament DIY
Paint the wood slice snowman 1-2 coats. Allow to dry completely.
Use pink paint pens to give the snowman pink rosy cheeks.
Use a black paint pen to draw on a coal mouth, eyes and buttons. Draw on eyebrows.
Adding more detail to your snowman ornaments face
Use an orange paint pen to give the snowman a carrot nose.
Use a white paint pen to give the eyes some expression. Refer to the photo.
Dressing your Wood Slice Snowman Ornament!
Cut a pipe cleaner large enough to wrap around the snowman’s head, leaving some empty space above his head. Refer to the photo.
Glue a pom pom on each end of the pipe cleaner.
Cut a long thin piece of felt. Tie felt around the snowman’s neck. Glue in place.
Use scissors to frays the ends of the scarf.
Glue twine onto the back of the snowman for hanging on a tree.
Your wood slice ornaments are now finished. These would make wonderful family gifts from children!
If you are getting Christmas Ready and LOVE Christmas Ornaments like we do, you may really adore this Christmas Ornament eBook – thirty of our favourite crafts Print Ready:
Check out our COMPLETE LIST TO CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS here!