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You can make this adorable Frosty the Snowman Book Ornament.

Who could not fall in love with this adorable little Frosty Book Ornament? It is very easy to make and is all done by hand. This makes a great Christmas project for a Girl Scout or Brownie Troop.

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How to make a Frosty the Snowman Book Ornament
 
You will Need:
 
a mini (2") paper Mache or wooden book found at your local craft store
craft paints
5" circle of cotton quilt batting (preferably warm and natural)
2 eyes
1 nose
 
 
 
 
 
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First paint the mini book for the ornament. First paint the front and back of the book a tan color and let dry.

To make the book look old, use a darker brown color and just rub areas of the front and back using a paper towel.

You can make this adorable Frosty the Snowman Book Ornament. Paint the sides of the book a white or off-white color. Using a thin black marker draw lines to make it look like pages in the book.

With black paint or a black marker, write "Frosty" on the top front of the book.

Do a running stitch to create the snowman head. Using double thread tie a knot at the end of the 18" thread. Using the running stitch, hand sew around the outer edge of the cotton quilt batting.
Do a running stitch to create the snowman head. Pull the thread to pull in the circle to form a ball.
Do a running stitch to create the snowman head. Gently stuff the circle. If you do not have stuffing just a little bit of quilt batting.
Do a running stitch to create the snowman head. Pull the end tightly to close up the circle which now has formed a ball shape.

Knot the end secure.

Now add the eyes and nose to Frosty's face. Add the eyes and nose by either hand-sewing them on or gluing them on.

For the eyes you can use tiny fuzzy balls, snaps, or small buttons.

For the nose you can use polymer clay and shape a nose, then bake it, or cut a nose from felt fabric, or using needle felting you can make a nose and then glue on.

 

You can make this adorable Frosty the Snowman Book Ornament. Last, glue the Frosty face onto the book.

 

Enjoy your adorable Frosty Book Christmas Tree Ornament!
 

 
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