|Thermocol craft snowman|
Christmas has come a bit early to our house this year...Though I am not a Christian from childhood we have celebrated Christmas and courtesy studying abroad and in Christian schools I know more about Christmas than about some of our Hindu festivals!
Sharing a fun and easy thermocol[Styrofoam] craft snowman
Materials required to make a super easy Thermocol craft Snowman
- Balls in 2 sizes:Use thermocol[styrofoam] or plastic ball
- Rhinestones/Beads/Buttons - to make the eyes,nose and body decor
- Ribbon/Paper -to make a scarf for the snowman
- Hat- optional..you can cut out a cardboard or paper hat or recycle a used toothpaste cap for it.
- Adhesive---The glue gun is fantastic to glue Thermocol.If you use the regular white glue you need to be really patient[which few little ones are]
I stuck the 2 thermocol balls using a blob of hot glue and handed it over to my kiddo to make her version of a snowman!
My 6 year old used sticker rhinestones to make the eyes and nose of our snowman. My daughter just had to peel it off the plastic and stick it to the thermocol balls.At the important age of 6 years it was a big deal for her that she designed her own snowman !
Little ones have very definite ideas and my 6 year old insisted our snowman didnt need the conventional hat!
This was a family project with my mom chipping in by adding the scarves for our thermocol snowman!
These snowmen are very very special to me not only because 3 generations [me,my kiddo and my mom] helped make it
but also because they were made with gifts & winning from blogger friends[Kitty & red polka dot ribbon from Romina; red glitter ribbon from Khalindi,pearl lace from Kelli
,heart stones from Khushboo,Plastic bows from Pie Lane sponsored Indira's challenge win]
Supplies: Thermocol Balls from Itsy Bitsy,Glue Gun : electrical shop in Ebrahim Street Bangalore,Rhinestones: Big Market Sahakaranagar, Bangalore
What beautiful Christmas tree decorations they make adorable Hope you are keeping well it looks like your little ones are keeping you very busy lolReplyDelete
These are fabulous, Sonia!! They look absolutely adorable on the tree!! And how awesome that they were a family project!! You, your mom and daughter did a wonderful job!! I hope you have a great day :)ReplyDelete
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I love it well done!ReplyDelete
so sweet and cute..love the ideaReplyDelete
Very creative, llove these ornaments for Christmas Tree!!!ReplyDelete
Your little one is adorable and I think 3 generations making such cute snowmen is awesome.
Thanks for popping by my blog and leaving a neat comment.
Pretty much the whole process of creation and execution. Three generations producing arts. Congratulations on your beautiful family and beautiful work!ReplyDelete
adorable snowmen. You two are so cleverReplyDelete
these snowmen are really cute !!ReplyDelete
How cute is this tree Sonia... your daughter is just so precious and talented that is a cute picture of her and her buddy the dog.... Great imagination and adorable snowman's.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous christmas tree decorations love them. Caroline xxxReplyDelete
super cute snowmen! Love all the cute details and great trim work! Carri~AbusybeeReplyDelete
Cute family project.ReplyDelete
These are Stunning Sonia..LozReplyDelete
Well, they are the cutest snowmen ever Sonia...you have a very clever little girl to make such great ornaments for your tree...love your wee dog watching too, so cute..ReplyDelete
Very cute....Prisha is really one talented amazing child! your daughter knows that snowmen without hats look all the same! such a precious child you've got! :) :)ReplyDelete
Super cute snowmen!ReplyDelete
Sorry I haven't visited in awhile, computer has been acting up and we were away I have missed you. cute photo of your daughter and the pup.
See you soon.
It muste have been so much fun making them. They are pretty and iam sure your 6 yr old designer will be proud of her creation.ReplyDelete
Cute snowman crafted with lots of love. You can enter these in Pause Dream Enjoy Anything Goes challenge.ReplyDelete
the snowmen are so cute! wow, I think I have to take out my Christmas tree now too :) Thanks for sharing this easy and fun tutorial, Dr Sonia:)ReplyDelete
I love the idea of this family project ..these snowmen look so adorable.. what a talented bunch you are :)ReplyDelete
These are just lovely....specially ur daughter is a matured crafter at the age of 6....am a fan of hers now...ReplyDelete
Cool..the snowmen look so cute and all nicely done to the last detail. This sure would be lotof inspiration for many deciding how to decorate their respective christmas trees.ReplyDelete
Lovely snowmen !I liked the pearl lace ,its different !ReplyDelete
This is fun and I'm sure you had good time making it. I was planning to make all my deco's at home this year for christmas and will use a huge deal of paper crafting - all recycled ;)ReplyDelete
May be you should next make a santa
These are just lovely snowmen .......fantabulousReplyDelete
Very cute and super sweet that all the ladies got involved in it.:-)ReplyDelete
Lovely 3 generation project!!! Awesome Doc!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely work dearReplyDelete
Your daughter is so cute... and it is lovely that she has such a crafty mum. The dog is lovely and the snowmen are cute even though they are hatless - well, your daughter likes them that way and that is all that matters.ReplyDelete
I liked what you said about Christmas... my little one is not happy at the idea of Diwali but loves the idea of Christmas.
Your little one sure has lots of reason to love christmas--its such a fun festival!Delete
Beautiful snowmen! Hats off to your daughter!ReplyDelete
Oh, Sonia, your daughter is beautiful! And what a sweet dog! You are a wonderful mom, teaching her how to develop her creativity! Love your snowmen, my friend - they look adorable on your tree! Hugs...ReplyDelete
I absolutely adore snowmen. These are so cute and how wonderful it turned into a family affair. That makes it so special.ReplyDelete
these are so awesome and thanks for the wonderful tute!ReplyDelete
Cute snowmen and ur cutie has added spark to them with her little fingers.. As always. I loved your team work. I feel very nice reading your posts..ReplyDelete
Oh, what fun little ornaments--I am sure your daughter loved helping you! :^)ReplyDelete
These are adorable Sonia, I hope you are having a good week.ReplyDelete
Fantastic project!!They are so cute!!!ReplyDelete
Hugs Trish xx
Awe, how sweet! I can imagine that you have pictures that you will treasure and your ornaments will be a constant reminder! What a great, kid friendly project!! Hugs, antonella :-)ReplyDelete
OMG wat a cutie snowmannn!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Sonia!! Trying to catch up with your space after long... Lovely kiddy crafting done by you. Looking at your daughter too .. She is looking all grown up and more adorable. God bless her.ReplyDelete
My friend got inspired in quilling and she made a cute dining setReplyDelete
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What a mindblowing collection you have made doc !!ReplyDelete
These are so cute and beautiful.
Happy Xmas !!
What a mindblowing collection you have made for Xmas and these are so beautiful and cute !!ReplyDelete
Doc, just fell in love with all these small beauties !!
I haven't seen such cute snowman ever!!! cool project. Doc you are very talented I am die hard fan of your creativity :)ReplyDelete
You are making me blush Disha...what a fantastic compliment..you make me feel like a movie star!!Delete
So special Sonia.ReplyDelete
Hi Sonia !!!ReplyDelete
Got the address of your space from mahagowri's blog. You have a very beautiful space and all your projects are so creative and inspiring. I am very glad to follow you.
Fantastic snowmen. Thanks for entering your project into our Monthly 'Anything Goes' Challenge, Good luck in the draw and we hope you will join us again for the next challenge at Forever Friends.ReplyDelete
Oh wow these are so cute! and such a lovely project for the kids. Thank you for joining in the Forever Friends Monthly Challenge. Donna xReplyDelete
These are soooo cute!! You are so creative! Thanks for stopping by! I think you will make some beautiful scrapbooks! There are some wonderful sites that provide sketches and prompts. Happy New Year! :)ReplyDelete
Very adorable. The snowman looks very cute! I get my thermocol balls from itsy too!! Would you like to check out the flower ball I made with thermocol ball?ReplyDelete
Hope you will like it - http://www.letscreatecrafts.com/thermocol-craft-flower-ball/
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