Hello and welcome, friends, to this month’s Crafty Christmas Ornament Pinterest Challenge! I have to say, when Cindy from County Road 407 mentioned that this month’s challenge was to come up with a fun ornament for the holidays, I was all in…
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Let’s Make a Silver Salt & Pepper Shaker Snowman!
Supplies you will need:
- a vintage salt/pepper shaker with a silver top
- buttons for eyes
- pepper corns or All-Spice corns for eyes
- something to use for a hat
- hot glue gun and glue
- felt in your choice of holiday color
- any other items you may wish to put on your snowman
How to make your snowman:
- Begin by cleaning the s/p shaker inside and out (if it isn’t corroded on, like mine was, then just clean the outside 😉 ), let dry
- Polish the silver top and wash again
- Cut a piece of felt roughly 3/4″ wide x 6″ long
- snip ends of felt along the short edges to make fringe of snowman’s scarf
- try scarf on your snowman then hot glue it along the back, pinching some so it fits better (as needed)
- choose buttons for eyes; remove shanks on back with a grinder, as needed (this is where my hubby, Mr. Ethereal, came in to help! <3
- hot glue “eyes” in place above some of the holes so holes are there for a “nose” and are part of the mouth
- use a small, whole pepper corn or All-Spice and hot glue it on for a “nose”
- choose something for a “hat” and hot glue on the top and back of your snowman’s head, if you wish to do so.
And you have a snowman! 🙂
If I’d had a cute little crocheted hat (or could make one), I would have made her a snow-woman. And she kinda is anyway with her flower eyes. 😉
**(Yes, I probably will go back and paint in the centers of the eyes black, but for now they are just as they are!)
And let’s check out what Carol from Bluesky at Home made for her Christmas ornament!! I bet it is bedazzling!! 😉
This is our last Pinterest Challenge for the year but come the fourth Tuesday in January, we will be back. <3 Something fun to look forward to in the New Year!
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Happy holiday crafting, everyone!
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19 thoughts on “A S/P Christmas Snowman Craft to Make (Pinterest Challenge)”
This is so cute Barb, I love it!
Thank you, Cindy! This little snowman was fun to create. Happy Thanksgiving!!! 🦃 ☃️
What a cute craft! I have a few mismatched S & P shakers that will be perfect for this. Thank you so much for sharing!
Thank you, Laura! I was inspired by some I found probably eight years ago while my son and DIL were dating. I sent a pair (split) to each of them for Christmas while they were in college. Thought they would brighten up their apartments!! Happy Thanksgiving!!! ☃️🦃💕
Siper cute! What a fun idea. Hugs and blessings to you, my friend.
Thank you, Renae! I’ve sat on this one for several years. Happy to finally have made it. ☃️
What a cute idea to make a snowman out of a shaker! Those eyes are just darling!
Glad you enjoyed my silly little snowman! He/She was fun to create. ☃️💕
What a fun idea, Barb! I happened to have quite a few s/p shakers. Happy Thanksgiving!
Oh fun!! You’ll have to make a couple. ☃️💕 Happy Christmas time!!!
You are so clever Barbara! I love these little cuties and I know they have to smell yummy because of the All Spice. That’s genius! Thank you for joining in. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. pinned
Thank you, Cindy! I love these challenges!! Happy Christmas time to you!!! ☃️💕🕊️
I would have never thought to create a snowman from a salt shaker. Cute idea, Barbara!
Thanks, Julie! He was fun to make. Happy Christmas time to you!!! ☃️💕
Oh how fun is this. I love this idea and the snowman is so cute.
Thank you, Marty! Happy Christmas time to you!!! ☃️💕
Such a creative repurpose/upcycle Barb! I think any kind of vintage glass is perfect for using in holiday decor since it resembles ice. Great idea to make a snowman!
So fun hopping with you too. Merry Christmas!
Thank you, Amber! I realize that I never finished writing you. I apologize for this as I read your post last week. Crazy busy weeks this time of year… Will stop by properly! ☃️💕