Tuesday, 3 December 2013

DIY: Snowman Mason Jar

Hello everyone, hope you all are doing well. I have been down with the flu, as a welcome present of winter arrival.
So, have you all started preparing for Christmas season yet? If you are looking for ideas to get into the festive mood, you will love this cute snowman jar! It was so easy to make and looks amazing. This will surely brighten your mantel and look great next to the Christmas tree! Happy Decorating!

Things needed for this project are:

-Mason Jars
-White Spray paint
-Colored crepe paper
-Permanent black marker
-Colored chart paper
-Paint Brush
-Poster Paints
First I spray painted the jar white. For the snowman body.

Then I began drawing the face, trying to imitate the stone smile and eyes as much as possible.

Then I took a piece of orange colored chart paper and twisted it to a cone shape for a carrot nose!

Now my snowman was missing a cute snuggle winter cap. So I drafted one out of pink chart paper! Mind you with all the shenanigans (pom pom)

This is what Mr. Snowman looked like. Then I thought of giving a festive wardrobe to him. He is going to rock in green polka dots ;)

And of course we had to have arms, so I took Popsicle sticks and painted them a brown resembling that of tree bark.

With the winter approaching, Mr Snowman was also given a bright red scarf to complete his Christmas look!

Happy Holidays and Happy Creating Folks, do see my DIY: Christmas Gift/Cookie/Candy Jar


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