Kreative Kids Part 2- Recycled Milk Jug Snowman!


Got some empty milk jugs lying around the house? Well save them, and create this adorable snowman to display in your window, outside yard, or anywhere you please!

We are making these adorable little snowmen from milk cartons.
If you missed the supply list yesterday. Go here to read Part 1 of that post.
Let’s get started….
1. Cut a small slit in the back of the milk jug. Push the strand of lights inside.

2. Make earmuffs and glue onto snowman (or glue on premade pom-poms). You can make your own earmuffs by winding yarn or tinsel around a small piece of cardboard or coaster. Slip the yarn off the frame, and put a zip-tie tightly around the center. You can also use string to cinch the center of the yarn together. Cut the loops of the yarn. (You may need to trim to make even).

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3. To create the headband of the earmuffs, trim the zip-tie and twist the pipe cleaner around the end to create a headband. Glue onto the milk jug.

4. Create the face. Using black construction paper, cut out circles for the eyes and mouth. With orange construction paper, cut out a circle and form into a cone. Glue onto the milk jug.

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5. Display your snowman, and celebrate the holidays! This is what they look like lit up at night. What an adorable winter display.

Merry Christmas!!


Ok kiddos..when you get your cute little snowman created, come on over to our offices to join us for a fun, magical Christmas Open House at The Magical Mailbox offices.

We hope to see each of you later today.
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