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Friday October 15, 2021    

Clothespin Snowman Craft

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
This fun little Clothespin Snowman craft is super easy to make and just as versatile. Glue them to presents to make a cute gift tag holder. Clip them to your tree for a fun kid-made ornament. Or hide them around the house and have your very own Christmas Snowman Hunt just like you would for an Easter egg hunt.

The kids will keep busy for hours and you'll have a keepsake for many years to come!

All crafting activities should be supervised by a grown up.
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[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
Directions to make Clothespin Snowman Craft:
1. Paint your clothespin white.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
2. Using your black marker, draw your snowman’s eyes, mouth, and body buttons.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
3. Cut a small portion of your pompom to make the snowman’s nose.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
4. Roll the small pompom between your thumb and forefinger until you create a carrot-shape nose.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
5. Hot glue the nose onto the snowman’s face. Make sure to ask for help from an adult when using the hot glue!

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
6. Draw two twig hands on kraft paper.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
7. Cut them out.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
8. Press the bottom part of the clothespin to open and insert the cutout hands one on each side. You can apply glue if you want the hands to be permanently attached to the snowman.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
9. Cut a piece of yarn for the scarf.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
10. Fold the thread in half to create a loop and place it at the back part of the snowman. Get the two cord ends and slip it through the loop.

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
11. Tighten the knot and your snowman is ready to show off to your friends and family!

[Clothespin Snowman Craft]
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