Tea Light Snowmen Ornaments -Dollar Store Holiday Crafts
Our Dollar Store Tea Light Snowmen Ornaments, are not only quick and easy to make but so inexpensive you can make plenty of extras to have on hand for those last-minute gifts plus they’re versatile enough to use everywhere.
Whether you’re in need of something fun to just do with the family over the weekend or a creative holiday gift for friends or you’re looking for the perfect craft for the class holiday party, there’s nothing more fun than these adorable Dollar Store Tea Light Snowmen Ornaments. These are perfect to hang on the tree, or your kids can make their own special miniature tree showcasing these frozen wonders. Just add holiday music and some hot chocolate and you can kick off the holiday season and make it merry and bright. The best part is that these also make great nightlights for that extra bit of twinkle and sparkle during the holidays.
They’re easy to personalize and with so many options, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination and the imagination of your child. They’re so cheap to make that you can make plenty on extra to have on hand for those last-minute holidays gifts Here’s just how easy it is to create our Dollar Store Tea Light Snowman Ornaments.
Black permanent marker (we used a Sharpie)
Ribbons (your color of choice)
Pipe Cleaners (your color of choice)
Pom Poms (your color of choice)
-Use your black marker to draw a face onto the tea light. You can use googly eyes if you want, but we prefer the look of simple black dots.
-Cut a pipe cleaner at approximately 6”. Fold it into a “V” shape and twist both sides together.
-Curve your twisted pipe cleaner around the tea light and add a small dot of hot glue on both ends to hold it in place. (Don’t glue it the entire way around because you’ll need to be able to slide the hook under the pipe cleaner later.)
-Add a generous dab of hot glue where the ears would be and secure the pom poms.
-Cut a piece of ribbon at approximately 4.5” – 5” long, add a small line of glue to the back of the “scarf” and attach it to the tea light.
-Crisscross your ribbon and secure it to the front by adding more glue.
-The tea light flame is orange when it’s turned on which makes it look like a carrot. (If you’d like, you could color the flame orange with a marker so that it looks like a carrot even when the tea light is turned off.)
-Repeat this process for the second tea light (we opted to use different colors for our second one to make them stand out)
-Add the ornament hooks and hang in the tree.
Now that you’ve seen for yourself just how easy and fun it is to create your own Dollar Store Tea Light Snowman Ornaments, what will you create next and what other ways can you think of to use them?