Brrrr it is so cold here in Utah, and the snow is still falling. I have seen many snowmen out in the neighborhood. After seeing all the snowmen, it makes me want to stay inside where it is warm and do some crafting. Making some of these adorable snowmen will be so fun.
This snowman would be so sweet to add onto a Winter Birthday Card, a package, or even to scrapbook a winter layout. This is made up of very little supplies and is so adorable. Thank you Anna for sharing this cute snowman on Pinterest. For more fun ideas go to Anna Wight’s blog .
Instructions: Cut a snowman out of your chipboard with your Sizzix Snowman Die. Cut one more snowman out of your scrapbook sheet music paper and adhere together with glue. Cut the scarf out of the red scrapbook paper using your die cut as well. Adhere the scarf to your snowman. Leave the arms of the snowman the chipboard color. Take Tim Holtz Distressing Ink and distress around the edges of the snowman’s body, arms, and scarf. With a glue pen trace around the snowman on the outer body and sprinkle your white glitter on top. Carefully tap excess off and let dry. Add black brads for the eyes and make your nose out of scrapbook paper. Adhere a button with twine to the scarf.
Black Brads, Button, and Twine