Skiing Snowman Pine Cone Craft


Skiing Snowman Pine Cone Craft

Skiing Snowman Pine Cone Craft
Skiing Snowman Pine Cone Craft

You won't find a cuter way to dress up a pine cone than with this Skiing Snowman Pine Cone Craft. Once you paint the pine cone white you can already see the snowman forming. You'll see a pipe cleaner for the arms and carrot nose and add some fun accessories to turn this pine cone snowman into a downhill skier. These skiing and clothing accessories involve felt and fabric, craft sticks, pom poms, and toothpicks. This snowman craft is fun for both adults and kids or a group project that results in a skiing family of snowmen!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFabric, Felt, Nature Material, Paint, Pipe Cleaners

Primary TechniqueMixed Media


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What a cute design! I absolutely love it! I cannot wait to make many more of these snowmen. Have you created other ones or used different colors? I would like to see more of these on the Internet because well, they are so darn cute, and everyone should have a few in their home!

Oh my Gosh, this Skiing Snowman Pine Cone is just to cute! I found a old bag of cinnamon scented pine cones from last year that no longer have the scent. So what a great way to use them. Right? I have every thing in my craft closet to make these and I think the Grand kids would love to make these and take them home. I'm sure these will be fun times ahead making these. Thank you so much for sharing this free Christmas Craft.

I think it would look great in other colors, too! I am thinking red or silver in place of the blue to match my other Christmas decorations. I noticed it said "two jumbo craft sticks" but that would depend on the size of the pinecone, wouldn't it? For a smaller one, you could resize the pompoms to small instead of medium.

Yes, good point. Since pine cones can be different sizes, you may be able to use regular or smaller versions of these materials for yours. Thanks for the comment! - Krista, editor, AllFreeChristmasCrafts


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