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Fun Winter Arts and Crafts Projects for Kids
Melted Snowman Craft Project
 

Melted snowman craft project for kids.

This poor little snowman has melted, but the kids will have fun making him!
 
How to Make a Melted Snowman Craft
 
You will Need:
1 2" or 3" Styrofoam ball
1 piece of white felt
scraps of black felt
3 little black buttons
orange pipe cleaner
2 googly eyes
2 little sticks or branches for arms
basic craft supplies
 
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How to make a melted snowman craft project for kids. Here are the supplies you will need to make the melted snowman craft.
How to make a little snowman black top hat from felt. First let's make the snowman's top hat:

Cut a piece of black felt 2 1/2" X 1 1/2". Either glue or hand sew the 1 1/2" ends together to form a cylinder as shown in the photo.

How to make a little snowman black top hat from felt. Cut a circle the size of the whole and glue or hand sew on one end of the top hat.

Cut a second circle for the bottom of the hat about 1/2" bigger to form the bottom of the top hat and either hand sew or glue to the bottom.

How to make a little snowman black top hat from felt. Glue the hat and 2 googly eyes on the Styro ball to make the snowman's face.

Cut a piece of black felt to make the snowman's mouth and glue on.

Cut a piece of orange pipe cleaner about 2" and fold in half. Stick the pipe cleaner into the face to form a "carrot nose."

How to make a melted snowman craft project for kids. Cut the white piece of felt to look like a puddle of snow.
How to make a melted snowman craft project for kids. Glue the face and 3 buttons on the puddle of snow. Cut 2 slits on the white felt where you would like the branches to be. Place the branches in the slits and glue in place.

Your poor little melted snowman craft is finished.

 

 

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