Thursday, December 2, 2010

Snowmen Ornaments

Here are some cute little snowmen ornaments I put together:

I used clear glass ornaments.  Most of them I filled with fake snow, but I also did a few adding white paint inside the ornament.  You can see the difference in the top picture.  I stamped on a snowman face with StazOn, but then also went over it with a black sharpie paint pen.  I also painted on the nose with an orange paint pen.  The hats were made using a baby sock.  I cut a hole in the sock so you can attach string/ribbon to hang your ornament.  Then closed off the top with some ribbon.  Thanks for looking!! (= 

40 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

OMYGOSH!!! These are sooooooooooooooooo stinkin' cute cute cute cute!!! WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW!! I loveeeeeeeeeee them!! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Jami said...

Cute idea to fill these with fake snow! I love the way that looks!

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:)
Jami

Country Mouse said...

These are super cute!!!! Wow! Thanks for sharing!!!

AmieAnn said...

These are soo freakin adorable! I hope you share them with my Pink Hippo Party @ http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2010/11/pink-hippo-party-5.html

Emily Leiphart said...

Eeek, OMG, Jennifer!!! Are these the most creative and cutest ornaments ever?!!! I LOVE THEM and they are ripe for CASEing. ;)

lynn said...

oh, my-such cuteness, jennifer! the fake snow is perfect for these:)-i love snowmen!

Jennifer said...

awww! How soft and cuddly looking. I can even add more details on the back-Baby's 1st Christmas! You are super creative-love it!!!

Steph Zerbe said...

oh how darling!! Great way to use old baby socks. I need to get my hands on some fake snow!

Jodi said...

These are just too cute and creative! These would be great gifts too!!
Hugs
Jodi =)

Krista@thegatheringplacedesign said...

Very cute idea! These would be so fun to make with my kiddos...thanks for sharing!

LynneForsythe said...

AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH TOOOOO ADORABLE!!!! OMW...loving your snuggie snowman!!

Nina said...

These snowmen ornaments are to stinkin' cute!! Can you share where you got the fuzzy baby socks??

Stef said...

So cute & Clever! I would love for you to link them up at my all Snowman Linky Party at www.itsallinmyheadstefsblog.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

Thanks for all the kind comments!!
Nina, I purchased the baby socks at a local dollar tree store!! (=

Jami said...

I featured these today on my blog! Feel free to stop by and pick up a brag button! Have a great Day!
-Jami

MeenyMoe said...

Cute, Cute, Cute! Love them! -Karen

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Oh goodness how cute!!! Thank you :). New follower.

~~Rhonda said...

So cute! Great job! The soft fuzzy socks are perfect! ~~Rhonda

Jeanne Ambrose said...

These are so adorable! I am going to make them with my son's second-grade class. I ordered fake snow online but I just was watching a show on TV that said you can make fake snow with styrofoam and a blender!! Ingenious!

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hi Jennifer. I just saw and re-pinned this! These are adorable and so smart of you. I'm pretty sure I'm making 3 of these for the grandkids.

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Ashlyn Taylor Hall(; said...

Did you need to glue hat on the ornament, so it didn't slide off?

Holiday Kids said...

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April said...

What did you use for the fake snow? Great idea!

Country Mouse said...

I bought everything this evening to make these! And Hobby Lobby had these at $3.50 a box! :) I can't wait to start ese tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!
Audrey

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

Simply Cute says it all for these Jennifer! Thanks for sharing.

Cyndi said...

Found 12-24 month fuzzy socks at the dollar store but thinking they are too big. What size baby sock did you use? I might use the tiniest nifty knitter to make some caps for these ornaments.

Great flower lady said...

way to cute I think I will do this with my daughters class room..

Great flower lady said...

way to cute I think I will do this with my daughters class room..

Denyse@Crazy Beautiful Life said...

OHH MYY GOODNESSSS! It doesn't get any cuter.

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ukarmymom said...

Could you please tell me what to look for at Michael's as far as the fake snow? I just tried styrofoam and it is clinging to everything..lol!!

PFML Kids said...

Too cute! Just made one!!! Trying tomorrow night with my Girl Scouts:)

Unknown said...

Adorable, but HOW do you get the snow into the ornament? Must be an easier way then pinching it in with your fingers. HELP

Unknown said...

Adorable, but HOW do you get the snow into the ornament? Must be an easier way then pinching it in with your fingers. HELP

Rose Williams said...

These are adorable, I will be making a bunch for coworkers. Thank you for an awesome idea!

Rose Williams said...

These are adorable, I love snowmen. I will be making a bunch of these for coworkers. Thank you for sharing!

Rose Williams said...

These are adorable, I will be making a bunch for coworkers. Thank you for an awesome idea!

Tree said...

In love with these!! I think my kids and grandkids and I will make some DIY Snowman Ornaments this year. Thank you!

Mel the Crafty Scientist said...

Love this project - so creative and fun! Just wanted to let you know I featured it in my roundup of glass ornament crafts here. Feel free to check it out if you want and hope you like it! : )

-Mel the Crafty Scientist

Julie said...

So Darn cute!!! I will definitely be making these next year!

Kards by Kathi said...

What is the size are the balls that you made using the baby sock? They are so cute. To answer me use my email catlady709@comcast.net Thanks.