Sock snowman craft to cure the winter blues


 
 

By Megan Murray Elsener

 
Materials

Socks (kid socks work best)

Glue

Ribbon

Sewing pins

Buttons

Rubber bands

Rice

 

Spend a cold winter afternoon making these sweet sock snowmen from old socks around the house. These adorable little snowmen will leave you wishing for a snowstorm to recreate the real thing outside!

 

Plus it’s the perfect way to put all those mismatched socks you have to good use.

 

Directions

1

Spoon the rice into the sock full enough to create the body of the snowman and then use a rubber band to tie it off. Fill above the rubber band with more rice to create a head and tie off with another rubber band.

2

Use another sock and roll it up a few times to put on the head to make a hat. It should cover the part where you tied off with the rubber band.

3

Add a scarf around the neck by using a piece of thin ribbon to cover the rubber band. Tie it into a bow or use a sewing pin to secure.

4

Glue buttons on the snowman’s body. Use pins to create two eyes and nose for the face. You can use a Sharpie to color the pins black if desired.

Materials

Socks (kid socks work best)

Glue

Ribbon

Sewing pins

Buttons

Rubber bands

Rice

 

 
 










 
 
 
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