Everyone loves a snowman right??? When I was in college I had a snowman. His name was Winston. We had fun dressing him up and having him as our mascot. As an adult I enjoy going out on a snowy day and building snowmen with my kids. So a few years ago I came up with a fun little snowman kit. Complete with a corn cob pipe and a button nose. I used them as my neighbor gift to my neighbors with kids. The key to my kit is to start planning now. So here is your supply list.
Corn on the cob (This is why we start now)
1.Trim off any access corn and leave your cobs out to dry. It may take a few days. You can also put them on low heat in your oven for several hours.You want them dry enough to drill holes in them. You can even dry them out and put them in a ziploc bag until you area ready to make them for Christmas.
2. When they are dry you will drill a hole in them, the same size as your dowels.
3. With a hot glue gun add a bit of glue in the drilled hole.
4. Add your dowel and let dry.
5. Opt. You can spray your dowels with sealer. This will help them last longer in a wet winter.
Please remember to follow the rules of free printables.
For more information please see my free printables page.