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How to Create Holiday Snowmen out of Socksโ›„๏ธ๐ŸŽ„โ›„๏ธ๐ŸŽ„โ›„๏ธ๐ŸŽ„

posted in Family & Kids
11/06/2013
  • Choose a white tube sock. You are welcome to use other colors, but white works best for snowmen.
    Choose a white tube sock. You are welcome to use other colors, but white works best for snowmen.
  • Fill the bottom of the sock with dry beans or rice until it is about 3/4 filled to the heel. You may need to adjust this later.
    Fill the bottom of the sock with dry beans or rice until it is about 3/4 filled to the heel. You may need to adjust this later.
  • Tie a rubber band tightly around the sock just above the beans or rice. This creates the bottom section of the snowman. Repeat to create slightly smaller middle section of snowman.
    Tie a rubber band tightly around the sock just above the beans or rice. This creates the bottom section of the snowman. Repeat to create slightly smaller middle section of snowman.
  • Fill the top section of the snowman with cotton. Leave 4-5 inches (10-12.5cm) of space on the top.
    Fill the top section of the snowman with cotton. Leave 4-5 inches (10-12.5cm) of space on the top.
  • Secure the top with a rubber band. Make sure the sock snowman can "stand
    Secure the top with a rubber band. Make sure the sock snowman can "stand
  • Fold the open end of sock over itself so it looks like a beanie or hat.
    Fold the open end of sock over itself so it looks like a beanie or hat.
  • Glue buttons on the snowman using a hot glue gun. Use buttons for the eyes and for buttons going down the front of the snowman. Be creative!
    Glue buttons on the snowman using a hot glue gun. Use buttons for the eyes and for buttons going down the front of the snowman. Be creative!
  • Use a permanent marker to draw a mouth of the snowman or cut out a piece of felt to glue on as a mouth
    Use a permanent marker to draw a mouth of the snowman or cut out a piece of felt to glue on as a mouth
  • Cut a strip of fabric 3/4 inches to 1 1/4 inches (2-3cm) in width and any desired length. Try to use holiday-themed fabric if you can. Tie the felt around the bottom rubber band as the snowman's scarf.
    Cut a strip of fabric 3/4 inches to 1 1/4 inches (2-3cm) in width and any desired length. Try to use holiday-themed fabric if you can. Tie the felt around the bottom rubber band as the snowman's scarf.
  • Cut two small holes in the sides of the snowman. Find two small sticks and place them in the holes as arms. Try to push the sticks in further so they don't fall out. You may want to secure the sticks with hot glue.
    Cut two small holes in the sides of the snowman. Find two small sticks and place them in the holes as arms. Try to push the sticks in further so they don't fall out. You may want to secure the sticks with hot glue.
  • Feel free to add more decorations like ribbon, stickers, buttons, and small trinkets or toys.
    Feel free to add more decorations like ribbon, stickers, buttons, and small trinkets or toys.

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