Who needs a few snowman decorations for their tree? When you can make them in about 5 minutes, I think we all do! I am in love with these wood bead snowmen and how simple they are. Grab your craft supplies and whip up a batch today! This is the second day of Craft Lightning where we are sharing quick and easy holiday crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun so far, be sure to click here to catch up with day 1. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post for a ton of ideas for today from our blog partners for this series.
Supplies needed to make these snowman decorations:
Start by cutting a length of twine and knotting at the top. Gather the two ends and wrap tape around them if desired. This will help you when threading on the wood beads. It is not required but definitely recommended.
Thread the end through three of your wood beads then remove the tape.
Tie the ends together a few times and trim away any excess twine.
Use your markers to add a snowman face to your ornament.
Just like that you have a cute ornament to hang on your tree. Keep going and make even more of these adorable snowman decorations.
I can see these simple and rustic ornaments hanging all over my tree.
These are also the perfect craft for kids as they supplies are super simple. Set out some supplies and get the kids working on some adorable snowman decorations today. After all, it is never too early for some Christmas crafts!
Love these snowman decorations and want more ideas? Check out the links below!
Make marbled ornaments with color shift paint and this marbling technique from 100 Directions.
Scrap leather? No problem! Turn it into gift tags or ornaments like these from Craftivity Designs.
Speaking of leather, why not use your Cricut to cut these leather earrings from Hey Let’s Make Stuff?
I love a good rustic sign! You will want to check out the technique that The DIY Village used to make this farmhouse fresh trees sign.
Want a simple wreath? Try this simple rustic wreath from See Lindsay.
Turn fabric scraps and the selvage edge into great gift tags like these from 365 Days of Crafts.
Our guest co-hostess this round is Jessica with Mad in Crafts. She made these sequin dipped ornaments that are easy and oh so cute!
My long time co-hostess for this series is 30 Minute Crafts. She is sharing how to make paint sprayed gift tags that are simple and will look great on your gifts.
Give my snowman decorations or any one of these other quick and easy holiday crafts a try! Stay tuned as we have more in store this week!
NEED MORE IDEAS NOW? Try our 15 minute holiday crafts from last year by clicking here.