Categories
Log in
There's more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what's here!

Bottle cap snowman ornament.

Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints

  • Jennifer Cartier

    How do you stand up the jars?

  • Stacie Zazzy Reed

    I glued mine with a hot glue gun. Found some little black hats at Dee's crafts that are a perfect fit!

  • Ashley Hoerauf

    i bought black sticky felt paper and made that the rim and non-sticky felt for the rim flap around the jar and another sheet of felt that was orange for the nose!

  • Crystal Dyer

    i think sharpies will draw the eyes and noses... and i think im gonna invent my own hat with felt....found a white cocoa recipe that the kids want to use so the snowman is all white...dont know what we will put in the third jar...maybe we will just use two lol...happy crafting

See all 10 comments

Have an old, ugly muffin tin? Don't throw it out. Turn it into a snowman decoration

dipped oreos- cute and easy for parties/gifts

Wrap a full sized chocolate bar with white wrapping paper and draw on the faces. For the earmuffs, use a black pipe cleaner and  pom poms. Use buttons or black puffy paint and a cute ribbon and tag to complete the look. Really cute idea!!!!

Rock Paper Cricut: Snow Cute!

rockpapercricut.com

Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints

  • Tamika Salgado

    I would like to the same thing.

  • Marsha Eastwood

    I am working on a set of these now and I bought little felt top hats at a craft store, I hot glued the hats onto the top lids I used little self-sticking felt circles for the eyes, and mouth and buttons, hot glued the carrot cut-out and made the scarves from fabric scraps. Hope that helps!

  • Marsha Eastwood

    I forgot to mention that I used felt circles the size of the lids to add stability to the jar tower. I cut out the circles the size of the lid, hot glued one side the bottom lid and to the bottom of the jar on top and the same thing with the second second of jars.

  • Ashley Kloha

    Ive been trying to figure this out and it just dawned on me... thin black fabric you can screw the top on to. Or cardstock. Cut a larger circle woth hole in the middle that fits over the cap and slide it down.

  • Jane Holly

    Thanks everyone for your ideas, I was so looking forward to making these but I broke my wrist and cannot use my left hand at all! Next year for sure!

See all 6 comments