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Popsicle Stick Snowman Craft | Plus Olaf Version


This popsicle stick snowman craft is a perfect holiday time activity for the kids. It can be turned into a cute magnet to hang on the fridge or an ornament for the tree.

This popsicle stick snowman craft is a perfect holiday time activity for the kids. It can be turned into a cute magnet to hang on the fridge or an ornament for the tree.

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I know a lot of you may be out shopping today looking for some good deals but if you are home spending time with your family, maybe putting up Christmas decorations then how about creating this fun little Christmas craft. It’s a great project for the kids.

We have two versions of today’s Popsicle stick snowman craft, a regular snowman, and Olaf. Because who can resist Olaf right?

Supplies you will need for creating a popsicle stick snowman!

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Craft Paint (white, black, and orange)
  • Paintbrush
  • Cardstock / Cardboard
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Glitter Glue (optional)
  • Magnets / Ribbon (Optional)

Directions:

1. Start off by using Elmer’s glue to glue on your craft sticks, 7 of them, to your cardstock or cardboard. Let dry!


2. Glue on the additional craft stick to create the hat portion.


3. Paint the base of your snowman. The body is white and the top hat, black.


4. The next step is to paint on the face. Depending on the age and painting skill level of your children you could always paint the face on for them or cut out pieces of felt or foam and attach them with glue.


5. At this point, we added glitter glue to the hat to dress it up. This step is optional.


6. Lastly, attach magnets or ribbon to the back of your snowman if you wish. I usually use two .75 inch adhesive magnets.

Popsicle Stick Snowman Craft



Here are the steps to create the Olaf Popsicle stick snowman craft.

Popsicle Stick Olaf Craft



Supplies you will need:

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Craft Paint (white, black)
  • Paintbrush
  • Cardstock / Cardboard
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Hot Glue/ Glue Gun
  • Twigs or Black Pipe Cleaner
  • Wiggly Eyes
  • Orange PomPom
  • Magnets / Ribbon (Optional)

Directions to make a popsicle stick Olaf craft

1. Start off by using Elmer’s glue to glue on your craft sticks, 7 of them, to your cardstock or cardboard. Let dry!


2. Paint the base of Olaf white.


3. Attach the wiggly eyes and pompom nose with Elmer’s glue.


4. Paint on the eyebrows and mouth.


5. Using hot glue attach the hairpieces. We used twigs but you could also use a black pipe cleaner.


6. Lastly, attach magnets or ribbon to the back of your snowman if you wish. I usually use two .75 inch adhesive magnets.

Popsicle Stick Olaf Craft



If you loved this popsicle stick snowman craft you will also want to give these other cute popsicle stick crafts a try.



Want to print these instructions for creating a popsicle stick snowman?

Popsicle Stick Snowman Craft

Popsicle Stick Snowman

Yield: 1
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: easy
Estimated Cost: very inexpensive

This popsicle stick snowman craft is a perfect holiday time activity for the kids. It can be turned into a cute magnet to hang on the fridge or an ornament for the tree.

Materials

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Craft Paint (white, black, and orange)
  • Cardstock / Cardboard
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Glitter Glue (optional)
  • Magnets / Ribbon (Optional)

Tools

  • Paintbrush

Instructions

  1. Start off by using Elmer’s glue to glue on your craft sticks, 7 of them, to your cardstock or cardboard. Let dry!
  2. Glue on the additional craft stick to create the hat portion.
  3. Paint the base of your snowman. The body is white and the top hat, black.
  4. The next step is to paint on the face. Depending on the age and painting skill level of your children you could always paint the face on for them or cut out pieces of felt or foam and attach them with glue.
  5. At this point, we added glitter glue to the hat to dress it up. This step is optional.
  6. Lastly, attach magnets or ribbon to the back of your snowman if you wish. I usually use two .75 inch adhesive magnets.

Kevin

Saturday 10th of December 2016

I've been off work for an extended period of time due to health problems and I'm really limited as to what all I can fo. With that being said I was looking for an easy project to make something special for my grandson and many nieces & nephews for Christmas, I made the sled ornaments with each of their names on it and made the snowman ornaments for my children, my brothers & sisters and even my 83 yr old father. The snowmen is attaxhed to each of their Christmas cards ???? Thank you for this easy and great project! Sincerely, Kevin Glunt God Bless!

Melissa Coleman

Saturday 10th of December 2016

That is awesome Kevin and a special gift I am sure that they will cherish. I hope you have a blessed Christmas. :)

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