Today I am going to take a break from our Trash to Treasure series and show you how Susie makes a Stovepipe Hat Snowman Ornament. These ornaments are fairly easy and only require a little sewing and only scraps of material, felt and a few other items.
scraps of muslin, black felt, and homespun material
needle and thread (black and tan/cream)
paint: black, orange, and white
Instructions for Handmade Christmas Ornament
Cut a 6 inch circle from muslin for head. If you don’t have muslin some other good choices for material are flannel and old sheets. Choose a color that is relative for you whether that is tan, cream, or white.
From black felt cut a 3 1/2 inch circle for the hat brim and a 3 inch by 5 inch rectangle for the stovepipe part of the hat.
Rip a small piece of homespun material or other type of material to match your Christmas ornaments and décor.
Here is the completed stovepipe snowman ornament. Remember to personalize your ornaments by choosing colors that match your décor of the décor of the person you will gift ornaments to. This handmade ornament would be a great craft for kids with proper supervision.
I hope you enjoyed learning how to this easy primitive stovepipe snowman ornament.
Next time on Homemade with Heart, I will get back to our Trash to Treasure series with Trash to Treasure: Glass Bottles (part 3).
Susie has been making and selling handmade crafts for over 15 years at her retail store, Susie's Crafts, located in Paden City, WV. Susie prides herself on making unique handmade country and primitive crafts.
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