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Fun Christmas Crafts for Kids

I am kind of a crafty person.  I am not good at coming up with my own crafts but I am really great at copying others work and making it my own with my own little touches.  So when my friend recommended I try making toilet paper snowmen I jumped all over that idea.  My kids are on year round school and we are off track right now and I am desperate to entertain them.  I took my question to Pinterest and found this great idea.  I then ventured to Hobby Lobby and our mission was underway.

We also went to Target and got the cheapest TP available because I didn't want to use my expensive super soft kind for a craft (I know call me crazy but I'm weird about my TP).

Supplies:
2 Rolls of TP per snowman
jewels or buttons for eyes and mouth
black pom poms for the front "buttons"
orange pom pom for the nose
ric rac ribbon for the hat
ribbon for the scarf
ribbon to tie around end of hat
snowflake or pom pom for hat
felt sheet for hat (we used black)
white broadcloth to wrap around TP rolls
glue gun

I got a yard of the broadcloth for the body and head of the snowman because I was unsure how much we needed that made 3 and I had some left over.  I cut it into squares and then wrapped it around the TP and glued it in place


I unrolled the second roll until the felt wrapped around it and overlapped a small amount.
Then I glued the two rolls on top of each other.  I then glued the ricrac along the long edge of the felt and glued it to the top of the top TP roll.

I then took the end of the felt and bent it to the side and tied it off with the other ribbon.  Then I let my kids put on the faces and buttons and tie on the scarves.  It was a fun easy family project.  
I love how they turned out.  My youngest daughter recommended we could give them to their teachers at school and I thought we could do blues and purple for a cute winter class decoration instead of so Christmas-y.  Hope you have as much fun as we did!

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