Monday, December 12, 2011

Snowman Craft




I have always loved Elizabeth's Creative Breathing crafts and in her side bar she has a tutorial for this little snowman who can sit on top of a jar. I finally got one made Sunday night thanks to Meri who sent me some air drying clay sometime back. Mine is not as perfect as Miss E's but that is me. I'm really happy with how cute he came out. 

12 comments:

missy said...

Nan, that is an adorable snowman. I love the colors you used. I would keep him up all year long,


hugs
-missy-

Donna said...

He's adorable! I also like the colors you chose. I've never used paper clay, but I've been wanting to try to make one myself. They're so cute!

Merry Christmas!
~Donna

My Vintage Mending said...

How cute. I love him. I just bought a pack of this and was hoping to get to it soon. I adore the hat and all. Smiles...Renee

Debby said...

He is adorable. He looks like a clown snowman and that makes me smile. Love it.

Sandy said...

Nan,
He is perfect! And so cute!!! I am going to ahve to learn how to do this.....Meri just lives a couple of miles from me! :)

Ann said...

How adorble is he! I LOVE the rosy cheeks.
Ann

vivian said...

she is perfectly adorable! You did a great job on it. I love paper clay and use it all the time.
have a great week Nan!
xoxo
vivian

Linda Ruthie said...

Oh, Nan, he's adorable. Looks like he's ready for a New Year's Eve party. I think that your snowman is perfectly wonderful!

Ylenia said...

this is adorable!!! and it looks easy to make, right?

Lynn said...

Nan,
You did an amazing job on him!! or is it a her with the pink collar?? I love the newsprint hat!! Great job! I have got to get me some of that paper clay and see if I can manage to make something that resembles a snowman or snowoman face! Merry Christmas!

Little Susie Home Maker said...

This snowman is so pretty! I really like how you made him. You did a beautiful job!
Blessings,
Susie

Lynn said...

He is so stinkin cute!!! You did an awesome job!! I can't wait to get some of that clay and give it a try!! You mold it on top of a stryofoam bowl so I think I can get it done and I got tons of stryofoam at a yardsale this fall of a few dollars!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!!
Hugs,

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