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Create a fun winter accessory with this easy Snowman Brooch. Made using cork stoppers, this fun snowman is a cute addition to any winter ensemble. If you're feeling extra creative, you could even use this snowman to decorate a gift tag or an ornament. It would even be a fun project for kids to do after school during a snowy winter afternoon. Make one for mom and grandma, and have fun decorating your very own Snowman Brooch. These make great stocking stuffers and are also fun gifts for teachers and neighbors.

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Easy

SeasonWinter

Materials:

  • A cork stopper (small size)
  • 2 pieces of light-weight lace ribbon, about 0.70 inches wide, color: white
  • Brooch pin
  • Small rectangular piece of cardboard cut from a box flap
  • Craft knife
  • Artist markers
  • Strong craft glue
  • Dark colored fabric to cover the rectangular piece of cardboard

 

Instructions:

  1. Cover the rectangular cardboard piece with the fabric. Use your craft glue to secure it on the back side.
     
  2. After the glue has dried, with your craft knife, cut two thin disks from the cork stopper.  You could cut one disk smaller than the other (like mine) or two disks of the same size.  These disks will form the head and the body of your snowman.  Glue them on the brooch base and use the markers to draw the buttons, the eyes and  the nose, then wait for the glue to harden.

    Snowman Brooch
     
  3. Take the two pieces of white lace ribbon and glue them on the sides of your snowman brooch – half the ribbon at the front and half at the back of the brooch, lengthwise.  Wait for the glue to dry completely.
     
  4. Turn your snowman brooch to its back side and glue the brooch pin.   

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LOVE this project and we have everything right here to make some. They could be neat ornaments too and even glitter could be added or rhinestones!! Thank You again for another great project :) Molly

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