How to Make Tea Light Snowman Ornaments
Today I found a pack of 4 tea lights in my craft room and thought about what to do with them...I concluded to make melted snowman ornaments! They are so easy and fun to make! They also look amazing on the Christmas tree with their little lights blinking. We love making homemade Christmas ornaments for gifts for grandparents.
There's so many ways kids can personalize their little tea light snowmen such as using a pipe cleaner and two pom poms to make ear muffs! If you love these snowmen, try making our tea light elf ornaments too!
Here's a video tutorial on how to make the ornaments...
Melted Snowman Tea Light Ornaments
- Tea Light
- 1 piece White, Brown, and Black Cardstock Paper
- Glue stick/hot glue gun
- Black sharpie
- Snow glitter
- Glitter glue, pom poms, colored paper, etc. (Optional)
- Cut three circles out of white cardstock paper; large, medium, and small size making sure they will fit around the tea light. (Optional: Use a sharpie and lightly go around the edges of the circles to make them stand out more)
- Poke the circles through the middle of the tea light. Draw eyes and dots for a mouth around the smallest circle using a sharpie.
- Cut out 2 brown arms and glue them on the biggest circle.
- Cut out a black hat or a colored pom pom hat and glue on the small/medium circle.
- Using a glue stick, put it all over the snowman. Shake the snow glitter on and dump excess.
- Cut a ribbon and make a "V" with hot glue around the light switch on the back. Attach the ribbon and hold for a few seconds.
- Hang on the Christmas tree and turn on the light!