Grab your supplies and make this winter snowman art for your home. A rustic touch of burlap with an adorable snowman and it is oh so easy to make. I love pieces like these that will look great through the holidays and well into winter. If you do as well, follow along and make your own below! This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Supplies needed to make this winter snowman:
- Americana Decor Satin Enamels (I used warm white, natural beige, classic black, and rich chestnut)
- Wood panel (8 x 10 in my case)
- Burlap the size of your panel
- Red felt scrap
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Tacky glue
- Paint brushes
- Printable snowman template (click here to access)
Start by painting your wood panel with a few coats of the beige paint. A good neutral color works best for this step. Then set aside to dry completely.
Cut your burlap to the size of the front of your wood panel. Then lay it over the template that has been printed on plain copy paper. This allows you to see where to paint your snowman. Be sure to center before adding paint.
Paint the snowman, arms, hat, and the line from the snowman to the hat while using the template.
Once your panel is dry, add tacky glue all the way around the edges.
Then lay your burlap on top.
Continue adding your elements to your winter snowman. I used the wrong end of the paint brush to add eyes and also buttons. I also cut a scrap piece of felt into a scarf piece as well as a hat band. Secure these into place with hot glue or tacky glue.
I still felt that this piece needed a little something so I added a strip of lace around the outer edges. Just glue it into place. After that addition, I felt this project was simply perfect!
A rustic and cute addition to your winter decor. Speaking of decor that works well for winter, you might also want to make those cute felt trees!
Wouldn’t this winter snowman be perfect on your mantel this winter? Be sure to grab your supplies and make your own today!