3-Minute Paper Snowman Luminaries


3-Minute Paper Snowman Luminaries

3-Minute Paper Snowman Luminaries
3-Minute Paper Snowman Luminaries

If you have a few minutes to spare, then you can make these 3-Minute Paper Snowman Luminaries to decorate your home. These DIY paper luminaries are fantastic snowman crafts for kids as well as adults. Because they are so fast and easy, you will be able to put these decorations up at the last minute. Place an LED tea light inside your paper snowman and watch it start glowing. These DIY Christmas decorations will look perfect on any table as centerpieces, place settings, or simply mixed with other decorations.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches


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I love how easy these luminaries are to make. I'm surprised it doesn't take special paper. These are so cute and would be adorable on every window in the house or on a decorated mantel. If used when our grandchildren are visiting my sister and I could use the battery operated candles to keep everyone safe. I like that the faces are done free form to. It will be fun to make a family of snow people.

These luminaries are absolutely darling! I was looking for something to jazz-up the buffet table for my Christmas party and I think that these will be perfect. I bet that they would give-off a soft and festive glow. They are just the cutest. I think that it might be sweet to write people's names on the bottom and use them as seat markers at a dinner party. I can't wait to give this tutorial a try.

Paper snowman luminaries are easy to make and great for a quick decorating idea. These could easily be used as a table centerpiece surrounded by a few pinecones. I love quick-to do-craft ideas like these. Surely they are the quickest to make ever. Although no instructions should be needed they are included too!

These are perfect for a quick fill in decoration or as a group display. Is there a reason they couldn't be made in varying heights so you could make an appealing group display? Also... I have some pretty wrapping paper in light colors so the tealights would shine through. Would it be weird to use that?

I love these. My sister collects snowmen and these would be so much fun to make for her. The children in our family would have a great time working on a collection of these easy and safe decorations for the winter months. They'd make great gifts to give. The battery operated lights will give a sweet homey glow.

These are ADORABLE! I always worry about making paper luminaries because of my intense fear of starting a fire in my home, but maybe I'll make an exception for these adorable little firestarters.

I have exactly the same worry with these types of crafts. An alternative would be to use LED tealights or a small string of battery operated LEDs in the jar instead of a regular tealight. That way you could get a similar effect without the worry of starting any fires.


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