Stuffed Triangle Snowman

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Stuffed Triangle Snowman

When your kids put this darling stuffed snowman on the tree, their eyes will light up with a sense of accomplishment.

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What you'll need

  • 1 sheet white felt
  • Cotton batting
  • Hot glue gun
  • 2” x 4” piece of green felt
  • 1” x 10” piece of blue felt
  • 2- 8” pieces of yarn
  • 2 buttons
  • Black and orange acrylic paint
  • Scissors
  • Pattern
Helpful Tip:

If you child likes to sew or is learning, this is easily converted. You can sew instead of gluing then turn inside out and stuff or your stitching can be on the outside. Either way looks great!

Keep plenty of felt around for other craft projects.

Always check sales after each holiday as you will find some fabulous crafty bargains on theme and holiday colored supplies!

How to make it

  1. Cut out diamond shape from white felt using the pattern, do not cut down the center line (dotted line on pattern). Fold in half at the dotted line. Have an adult hot glue the edges of both sides, leaving about an inch or so open at the top.

  2. Carefully turn the triangle inside out. Because the opening is fairly small, jut work slowly, using the handle end of a paintbrush to help push the felt through.

  3. Use the handle end of the paintbrush to poke into the corners ensuring all the felt has been turned, and then stuff with cotton batting.

  4. Lay the rectangle of green felt onto the table and place the open end of the white triangle onto it. Wrap the green felt around the top of the triangle.

  5. Glue in place.

  6. Use a piece of yarn to tie a knot around the green felt, creating the hat. Fringe the ends of the felt with a pair of scissors. Trim them if they are too long.

  7. Glue two buttons to the body area and then wrap the long strip of blue felt around the neck. Glue in place and fringe the ends creating the scarf.

  8. Use a toothpick dipped in orange paint to add a nose and dipped in black to dot on the eyes.

  9. Loop the second piece of yarn to make the hanger and glue it to the back.

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