Snowmen Wood Shapes

Monday, November 26, 2012

Snowmen Wood Shapes
Created by OMC Designer Sandy

Supplies Used:
OMC: Wood Snowmen, Snowmen Accessories (download), wire - chocolate
Paper: Scraps (enough to cut two of each piece)
Tim Holtz: Distress Ink: Walnut, blending tool and foam
Martha Stewart Paint: Porcelain Doll
General Craft Supply: Matte Mod Podge, Foam Brush

Instructions:
1. Sand edges of snowman. Paint and let dry. Ink edges of snowman.
2. Download accessories and choose desired shapes. Cut one of each item used. Then flip image and cut again. Make sure the backside of the paper for the flipped image is something that coordinates with the snowman because it may show. Glue the same images together and ink edges. Then Mod Podge front and back and let dry.
3. Cut a length of wire about 19 – 21 inches long. Fold in thirds and twist tightly, leaving about ¾ inch exposed of loose ends. Spread the “fingers” apart and trim to desired length. Trim off the other end where there is a loop to the desired length for the arms. Shape as desired. Repeat for other arm.
4. Mod Podge the front of the snowmen and place the accessories. Let dry. Mod Podge entire snowman again going over the accessories. When dry, drill a hole on either side of snowman with approximately ⅛-inch drill bit. Place a little bit of liquid glue on end of wire and insert arms.

Happy crafting!

4 comments:

anya said...

That. Is. ADORABLE! :) Also, I really need to buy a new bottle of Mod Podge. Finished mine over the summer... it lasted me a long time, though, so I'm happy.

Precious Crafts said...

Creatively spooky. Maybe it's the squiggly looks.

romany soul said...

I LOVE those snowmen!x

Deanna's Supply Shop said...

I love these snowmen they are just toooo cute! I am going to have to try this!
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