I am in love with the adorable little craft that I am sharing today. This sweet snowman is made from a single white sock and a few other basic supplies. Adults and kids will enjoy making this spare sock snowman, and it is really simple to create using my step-by-step tutorial. To make your own spare sock snowman, follow the pictures and instructions below. 1) Start with a plain white sock, and fill the toe with split peas (or something else that will give it some weight and keep it sturdy). Secure with an elastic. 2) Add some cotton filling for the head, and secure with an elastic. 3) Fold the top of the sock down to form a hat. 4) Use glue to add a pom pom to the hat, googly eyes, a felt carrot nose, and buttons. I used tacky glue that is suitable for use with fabric. 5) Draw a mouth with a permanent marker. 6) Cut a strip of felt to make a scarf, tie it around the snowman's neck, and use scissors to fringe the ends. Don't you just love how cute this little guy is? He really was simple to make, and a spare sock has never looked so good! ♥ Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy) Don't miss out on any of the fun... follow me on social media here. PS - You can find MORE simple snowman crafts and activities here.
Follow this easy tutorial to make beautiful and colorful Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments! So easy to do that your kids can help make them.
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And we're back. Don't you hate it when you make an announcement to the world, and then you can't follow through because life gets in the way? Yup. It's been one of those weeks! My publisher sent me the printed pages of my craft book to edit, mark up and send back... so I had to read through 192 pages of crafts and instructions to find any mistakes. But I am ridiculously relieved to say that that was the FINAL edit and I won't see those pages again until it goes to print this summer. Crazy and so exciting! I
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This winter hat art project for kids is so much fun! We were experimenting with all sorts of 'magic' here. Ever since we made the magic salt and watercolour snowflake paintings the other week, we've been having lots of fun hiding secret patterns on our paper and having them magically appear when we paint over them with watercolour. And our new added skill of the day? Adding texture to the watercolour paint! If you look closely at the pictures below, you can see that we managed to create a 'woven' texture on the hats, which looks super cool! So along
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