How To Make Holiday Sock Snowmen

If you are on the hunt for the cutest Holiday project, you will be bowled over when your eyes spy these super cute Sock Snowman ideas!
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Imagine our delight when we stumbled across this cute Sock Snowman. Kris, the creator behind this cutie has some serious talent and it’s easy to see why everyone has fallen head over heels!

They are made with a sock and needle and thread and the body is filled with fiberfill. You can also achieve a great result by filling them with rice.

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They need to sit on their base comfortably and centered, that’s why rice is a great choice.

Kris used colored socks for the hats and alternately you can use buttons and scrap fabric. Don’t be afraid to get creative!

 

How To Make Sock Snowman Video Tutorial

via Becky’s Crafts and Goodies 

While you’re here, be sure to check out this video tutorial that we have included. Becky’s Crafts and Goodies steps you through the process of how to make a Sock Snowman. It’s easy to follow and you will love the results. Click Play above to view now ^

via Dark Room Dearly 

Over on the Dark Room Dearly you can find another Sock Snowman. They look adorable with their checkered scarves. An easy way to make their face is to use pins.

No Sew Sock Snowman

via Handimania

We love these cute Snowmen from our friends at Handimania. As you can see they are very simple to put together. Why not make a whole family or give as cute gifts.

via Handimania

These Snowmen are from Handimania and they also have a video tutorial to show you how to make them.

Christmas Sock Snowman

via Crafts n Coffee

Crafts n Coffee have come up with another fabulous idea. Turn your sock snowmen into a Swag! Doesn’t this look super cute and again, another very easy project that you can put together.

via One Creative Mommy

One Creative Mommy has made this adorable Olaf Snowman version that has been very popular and is an easy craft to do with the kids. She also has a video tutorial in her post. You can get the details here.

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