Easy Curvy Popsicle Stick Snowmen

Easy Curvy Popsicle Stick Snowmen

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Easy Curvy Popsicle Stick Snowmen
Easy Curvy Popsicle Stick Snowmen
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"I saved these curvy popsicle sticks and now I'm glad I did! They are perfect for little snowman ornaments and super easy to do. With a little paint, hot glue, felt, fleece or fabric and a bit of time you can make loads of these good looking guys in no time. Kids could even get in on the project with the painting part. I tuck them into little Christmas baskets I make to hang on my tree."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint, Recycled Materials, Wood

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • curvy popsicle sticks
  • craft paint in white, orange, black
  • felt, fleece or fabric for hats and scarves
  • hot glue
  • black art pen
  • clear acrylic spray


  1. Paint the sticks white using acrylic craft paint

  2. Using black art/craft pen, draw eyes, mouth and buttons

  3. Paint a tiny curved carrot for the nose using acrylic craft paint

  4. (Optional) Spray stick with clear acrylic sealer.

  5. Cut fabric for scarf. Fringe ends. Tie around neck area and hot glue in place.

  6. Cut fabric for hat in preferred style. Hot glue to top of head.

  7. Add hook to hat to hang on tree.

  8. Tuck into stockings or packages for a cute addition.

  9. Using double adhesive tape, tack them up at home or office for the holidays.

NotesSO cute and easy to do! You could even use regular popsicle or craft sticks or even tongue depressors.
With adult supervision your kids could help! You could also hot glue tiny black snaps or buttons down the front for some dimension. Have fun!

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Do you have to use the curvy sticks or can you use the regular rounded end straight sticks? Do they need to be the small ones or the large ones? I think these would make perfect place setting pieces with the names on the stick for each person at the table too.


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