Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Frosty The Snowman

If you guessed this post has something to do about a snowman from reading the title, then you are correct! This is the continuation of crafts made for my hubby's care package for Christmas.

Now, if you love chocolate, snowmen, and quick/easy crafts, then this is one project for you to do!

What you will need:
Socks (you'll see why)
White paper; computer paper is best
Hot glue gun and hot glue sticks
Crayons or markers
Hershey chocolate bars

What you do:
The first step to this project, is cutting the white paper to the correct length of the Hershey chocolate bar.
Lay the paper down and place the chocolate bar in the middle of the paper. Fold over half the paper and tape it to the chocolate bar. Then fold over the other paper and tape that down.

Once you have those steps completed, go ahead and now cut a piece off from the sock by starting on the ankle part of the sock, then working your way down. You can cut it to your desired length, but to show you how much I cut off, you can see from the picture below

Place the cut part of the sock on the top part of the bar and hot glue the bottom portion of the sock to the paper that way it doesn't slip off. Bunch up the top part of the sock and tie a pretty bow around it. It's already looking much more than a snowman!
Draw on the eyes, nose, and mouth. Then hot glue on buttons. (you can use 2, 3, 4 buttons) That's it. You have a cute chocolate snowman!  

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