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 Styrofoam Snowman Christmas Ornament - Free Christmas Project Pattern

Snowman Christmas Ornament
Snowman Christmas Ornament

 

Contributed by Pam Stryker

 

Decorate your tree with these cool snowman Christmas ornaments. These traditional ornament shapes are anything but ordinary. Fun and easy to make with this free christmas project pattern. All materials that we carry and are listed in the material list are linked to the page on this site where you can purchase the product.

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Materials Needed:

Instructions:

If your egg or oval does not have an inset you will need to cut out an oval shape inset into one side of your styrofoam shape. It doesn't need to be exact or perfectly smooth.

Fold a 6" piece of wire in half. Dip ends into glue and stick into top end of ornament, let dry. Or if you prefer, you can use a metallic tinsel stem or pin a piece of metallic cord onto the top. Once dry, hold or suspend your ornament by the wire and spray with gold paint on all sides and into the inset. Let dry.

Using toothpick make a hole inside the inset at the top. Trim ornament wire hanger to 1" and dip in glue. Use toothpick to guide hanger wire into hole and let dry.

Squeeze a line of glue around the outside edge of the inset and position leaf sequins so that each one slightly overlaps the previous one. On the last sequin tuck the outside under the first sequin to make it look continuous. Alternatively, you could use sequin trim, lace trim or other suitable edging instead. Let dry.

 

 
 
 
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