These rustic snowman ornaments are going to be such a hit. Can you spot which Dollar Tree items are used to make these cute Christmas ornaments?
Dollar Tree Snowman Ornaments
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I like to craft with Dollar Tree finds because they are affordable to all. Using the wood tumbling tower blocks and a few finds, these Christmas ornaments come together in only 10 minutes.
And confession time: if you’re like me and hoard craft supplies, you likely have everything on hand you need for this quick Dollar Tree Christmas craft. Let’s get started.
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Tips for Making These Fun Rustic Snowman Ornaments
- These snowman ornaments using the Dollar Tree wood tumbling tower blocks. If you can find the original Jenga block game pieces, they will be a bit larger but will work great.
- Everyone’s favorite craft store has rustic burlap ribbon and a various assortment of satin ribbons, so be sure to dig in the floral section to find a scarf ribbon you love.
- You can use Model Magic (now available at the Dollar Tree) to make a snowman carrot nose – how cute would that be painted orange?!
- The kids are really going to love these, so consider using them as package tie decorations for Christmas gifts, as well.
How Do I Make These Snowman Christmas Ornaments?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial but I would love to hear in the comments how you made yours. Be sure to join the Facebook group here and show me your creations!
More Snowman Crafts You Might Like
- 3D Snowman Ornaments – The kids LOVE making these wood slice ornaments!
- Dollar Tree Snowman Gnome – You have to check this adorable guy out – the season’s biggest trend is remade into a cutie snowman.
- Christmas Mason Jars – A snowman is just one of the easy ways to make a kitchen staple into adorable holiday decor.
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