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Snowman Jar

By: Wendi Percha
Updated November 20, 2019
Snowman Jar

"Simple Snowman Jar. Add lights either battery operated or plug in to use as a night light on winter evenings. Easy to create for ages 5 to 105. Wonderful to create and give as a gift or keep for yourself for a Christmas or winter decoration. Made from items found around your house. Empty jar, paints and one of those numerous mismatched gloves that you can only find one of ( or even a sock). "

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaint

Primary TechniquePainting

Beginner

SeasonWinter

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Empty mason or other type of jar
  • White, black, orange and pick paint
  • A glove or sock
  • Piece of twine or yarn to tie the hat
  • (Optional) lights to place inside for lighting

Instructions

  1. Paint empty jar white.

  2. Using black paint add eyes and a mouth.

  3. Using orange paint draw a carrot nose.

  4. Using pink paint draw cheeks.

  5. Place glove over opening of jar and tie just below the fingers.

  6. Place optional lights inside jar before adding glove.

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