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For day 3 of Craft Lightning, I am sharing these wood slice snowmen ornaments. I have been in love with wood slices lately and crafting with them as much as possible. I love these little ornaments and how perfect they are for my farmhouse Christmas tree! You can also catch up with day 1 and day 2 of Craft Lightning plus see what our partners have in store for you today at the bottom of this post. This post is sponsored by Elmer’s however all projects and opinions are my own.
Supplies needed to make your own wood slice snowmen ornaments:
- Wood slices (large and small)
- Elmer’s Craft Glue
Start by sorting your wood slices and finding two that look good together. I purchased my wood slices at the craft store but you can cut up some wood in your yard as well. Remember that these ornaments are perfect for the kids to make as no hot glue is required!
Apply Elmer’s craft glue between the wood slices and on a piece of twine that you add to the back of the ornament. See below for placement. You want it to be one both wood slices.
Cut felt in various colors into “scarves” for your little wood slice snowmen ornaments. I just cut a strip then added fringe with my scissors.
Add your scarf to your ornament using some more Elmer’s craft glue. Allow the entire thing to dry completely then add to your tree.
I would love to fill my entire tree with wood slice ornaments! These wood slice snowmen ornaments are just the beginning y’all!
Want more holiday crafts that can be made in 15 minutes or less? Try this sequin snow globe ornament from Mad in Crafts.
Give the gift of wine in style this holiday season with these toppers and printable tags from Carla Schauer.
These wine cork reindeer from Raegun Ramblings are the perfect way to get your kids involved in decorating the tree.
Make yourself some festive candy earrings like these from 365 Days of Crafts.
Turn tissue paper into bows for all of your gifts like these from 100 Directions.
Recycle those K-cups into wreath ornaments like these from Try It Like It.
Our guest co-hostess this week is Tried & True and she made this adorable Christmas sign in just 15 minutes!
Make my wood slice snowmen ornaments or any of these other 15 minute holiday crafts. You will love the results you get in just a short period of time!