Looking for a fun craft idea to keep the kiddos busy this holiday season while on holiday recess? This cute little sock snowman might be exactly what you need! Other than being an adorable decoration, it’s also a cool way make use of old socks.
All crafting activities should be supervised by a grown up.
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1 white sock
1 colored or black sock
Orange Fuzzy Wire
Small Pompoms or Buttons
Directions to make Sock Snowman:
1. Begin by filling your white sock with rice.
2. When you are happy with the size of your sock, tie the top to secure the rice inside the sock.
3. Get your ribbon and tie at the middle-upper side of the rice-filled sock to form the head of the snowman.
4. Get your colored or black sock and roll it a bit, then place it on the head of your snowman to make a hat.
5. Cut a small part of your fuzzy wire and glue it on the face to make the nose.
6. Now glue the pompoms/buttons at the bottom part of the snowman using a glue gun.
7. Get your marker and draw the eyes and mouth of your snowman!
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