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Olaf Sock Snowman Tutorial⛄️❄️
Family & Kids
> Kids Activities
Materials Needed for each Snowman:
1 bobby sock
Approximately 1 1/3 cups of rice -- any kind
2 1-inch white pom poms
Orange felt -- just a small piece
Large googly eyes
Adhesive-backed black felt--one sheet of sticky-backed felt is enough for 12 snowmen.
3 clear hair elastics. (I used goody brand, medium size. They come in tiny, medium and large sizes.)
Hot glue gun and glue
Free Olaf Features Printable. Click download link below to get the download.
*Hint. When filling the sock with rice, you will need a helper. One person holds the sock open and the other pours the rice.
Pour just under 3/4 c rice into the bottom of the sock, and squeeze and shake it down until you have the shape you want for Olaf's bottom.
Make sure that the top of the sock is centered in the middle.
Using a clear hair band, secure sock tightly just above the rice.
Pour just over 1/8 c rice into sock, squeeze and shake down the rice, and secure with second clear hair band.
Pour a little less than 1/2 c rice into the sock, , squeeze and shake down the rice. Shape the head so that it is taller than it is wide, and secure with third clear hair band.
Starting where the middle section touches the bottom section, secure the ball with hot glue so that Olaf keeps his shape. Repeat where the head and middle ball touch.
Starting with the mouth, peel the backing off the felt pieces (one at a time), and stick them to Olaf's face and body. (I did not provide a pattern for the nose, but any old triangle-ish shape will do!)
Glue the nose and eyes on with hot glue.
Add the arms and feet (white pom poms).
Don't forget the hair! *Be sure to attach it at the bottom of the elastic hair tie, or it will look like it's floating. (You'll see some floating hair in the picture of the kids' finished Olafs.)
The adhesive-backing on the felt is pretty temporary. If you are doing this project yourself, once you have the shapes where you want them, add a little hot glue to make them stay. If you are doing this project with kids, just wait until they are finished and then add the hot glue. (The pieces are way too small for the kids to help with the gluing.)
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