Holiday Snowman Candy Jar Decorating Idea


Holiday Snowman Candy Jar Decorating Idea


Holiday Snowman Candy Jar Decorating Idea
Holiday Snowman Candy Jar Decorating Idea

Everyone loves going to a loved one's house and grabbing candy from the candy jar. Make sure you're fully stocked this winter and make the Holiday Snowman Candy Jar Decorating Idea. Snowmen are such an iconic winter icon, and snowman crafts are some of the most adorable crafts to make! You can create him for Christmas and leave him out through January or February. Clay pot crafts are some of the best project to make because you have a natural stand built in for your project! Choose your favorite candy and fill these snowmen with sweet goodness when you finish this craft.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsGlass, Paint

Primary TechniquePainting



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Terra Cotta Pot
  • Terra Cotta Saucer
  • Black Buttons
  • Black & White Foam
  • Knob
  • White and Black Chalk Paint
  • FabricĀ 
  • Orange Felt


  1. Paint terra cotta pot and saucer with white chalk paint.

  2. Hot glue buttons.

  3. Paint knob black.

  4. Cut out orange nose from felt.

  5. Hot glue buttons to glass for eyes and orange nose.

  6. Glue fabric around pot for scarf.

  7. Glue saucer, glass, and upside down pot together.

  8. Cut a black top hat from foam and glue around knob.

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These are out of this world cute. I am completely in love with the gum ball machine looking one. It's just perfect. And as far as making it, the directions are so simple and easy to follow that I can't miss. I am thinking of ways to make it for different holidays too.

Very cute idea and one you could use for a variety of holidays. The only question I have is why glue on a knob if you will have to reach insde the hat to grab it? I would think overtime it would squish the felt.

Hi there! You're actually gluing a knob directly to the terra cotta. This way you reach inside the felt hat to lift the lid off the jar so it shouldn't squish the felt, but I could see skipping that step altogether and just lifting the lid at the ceramic!


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