Snowman Ornament by Kim B - Musely
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Snowman Ornament

posted in DIY & Crafts
11/04/2013
  • Snowman Ornament Tutorial:
Supplies Needed:

Acrylic Paint in White, Black and Orange

Paint Brush

Baby Food Jar or other jar (you can get them in the glass section at Hobby Lobby or other craft stores)

Ribbon
    Snowman Ornament Tutorial:
    Supplies Needed:

    Acrylic Paint in White, Black and Orange

    Paint Brush

    Baby Food Jar or other jar (you can get them in the glass section at Hobby Lobby or other craft stores)

    Ribbon
  • Paint your jar with your white acrylic paint. It’s going to take about 4 coats to cover it and you have to let it dry in between, so be ready to be a little patient. Paint the lid of the jar with your black acrylic paint. This won’t take quite as many coats-maybe just two to cover it completely.
    Paint your jar with your white acrylic paint. It’s going to take about 4 coats to cover it and you have to let it dry in between, so be ready to be a little patient. Paint the lid of the jar with your black acrylic paint. This won’t take quite as many coats-maybe just two to cover it completely.
  • Once your jar and lid are totally dry, paint your face on your jar. I used the back of my paint brush and my black acrylic paint to create the eyes and mouth of my little snowman. (I tested it out on paper first to make sure I had it how I wanted it.)
    Once your jar and lid are totally dry, paint your face on your jar. I used the back of my paint brush and my black acrylic paint to create the eyes and mouth of my little snowman. (I tested it out on paper first to make sure I had it how I wanted it.)
  • Nail a hole in the center of the jars lid. Pull the nail out and now you should have a hole in your lid. Cut a piece of ribbon about 6 inches long. Poke both ends of the ribbon through and tie a knot on the underside:
    Nail a hole in the center of the jars lid. Pull the nail out and now you should have a hole in your lid. Cut a piece of ribbon about 6 inches long. Poke both ends of the ribbon through and tie a knot on the underside:

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