Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Church Bazaar is Fast Approaching.....

......and I've been busy making up a few crafty things to donate.....
Take a look at my previous post to see some tree ornaments I've been working on.

Today I wanted to show you a snowman I completed this week.

Here's how he started out....(giggle)

These labels peel right off when heated a little with the hair blower.

There is No stuffing in him whatsoever, it's just that the weight of the cotton batting is so bulky when gathered.....

I added a little sprinkling of glitter snow.....

click to enlarge for a closer look

I always get too attached to the things I make (sniff), but if someone is willing to spend money on him, I'm sure he will be going to a home where he will be loved and appreciated.

Sharing here:

Warm Hugs,


  1. Lovely idea.
    He looks very happy in his warm dress.

  2. Betty Jean! He is adorable!!! I just love him!

    By the way, I took the snow people up to a little shop the other day. She took them all on consignment. First time I've ever tried to sell anything I've made. Will see what happens.

    LOVE your tree ornaments. You are so talented!

  3. This little snowman is just too cute and so simple to make!What clever ideas you have, your blog is amazing!

  4. He is the cutest! I love snowmen and I may have to borrow this idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. That penguin looks so beautiful in winter dress. The bunch of two ribbons, two buttons, two flowers in various colours and two layers in same border creates your work perfect as a birthday gift.
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  6. Oh my goodness!! You are an absolute creative genius to be able to make such a precious snowman from a hand soap container!!

    Thank you so much for sharing this at the 26-Day Christmas Craft Marathon Linky Party!! I hope you continue to link up your Christmas-related posts through December 15th!! I can't wait to see more of your posts!!

    Thanks again!!
    Lisa's Craft Blog


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