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Published on January 17th, 2014 | by Kristen Swain

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Snowmen’s Heads Are Full Of Fluff

Now that my other sock craft has posted, I can share the second half of the sock. You get two crafts out of one sock. I also used some of the same leftovers from the snowmen socks, and I added some fabric, black buttons and pompoms. Again, they are a bright and colorful decor item that helps perk up your winter decor around the house. These snowmen’s heads are full of fluff!

Come on and let me show you..

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Remember how we cut the sock? The top cuff part was cut off, and we cut off the heel and tossed that. Now, we are using the toe part.

I had a time trying to find plain white socks. I recommend using guy socks. Although the ladies Hanes I got were super duper soft.

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Take that toe part, and stitch through with a needle and floss- don’t use thread its’ too thin.

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Again, stuff with fiberfill first. then add some rice to the bottom  and pull on both sides of the thread to tighten.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

double knot that sucker tight so none of the rice falls out.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Take the same cut off toe part of the colored socks, and put that over the top of the sock toe. That is the hat. I folded up the end and hot glued it to secure it.

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Next, take some Sculpey clay, form in into a cone with a flat end, and run a knife over the cone to make carrot like lines. Bake according to directions and cool.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

I sized mine to about 1 to 1.25 inches.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Hot glue on two button eyes and the clay nose. Then chalk the cheeks with some pink chalk- blush also works if you don’t have chalk.

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I cut some fabric about 18 inches long, folded it triple so the edges were in the back center, then hot glued them with thin lines of fabric adhesive. When dry I hot glued the top edge of the fabric onto the snowman, at his neck point. I then folded over the edges at the meeting point. I took the excess I cut off , tied it into a knot and hot glued that to the overlap point. I put my snowman head on the table and made sure the fabric scarf scrunched up nicely and added a few hot glue dots to secure it into place. Now he sits nicely.

For his mouth, I used several big black buttons to show off his stellar smile. Hot glued into place.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

And lastly, I added a pompom to the top of his hat. They all turned out very unique and each one has it’s own personality.

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Snowmen's Heads Are Full of Fluff - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Cute Hunh?

enjoy!

kris



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