Easy Kids Craft: Sock Snowmen
Where do all those missing socks go? Instead of getting frustrated, turn those unpaired socks into snowmen in just three easy steps. This no-sew craft recycles unmatched socks into adorable snowmen. Add a couple buttons, a pipe-cleaner nose, and those mismatched socks will be transformed into this friendly little Frosty. Next time you are asked, "do you want to build a snowman?" you can smile, sort through the laundry, and say, "yes!"
White Tube Sock (ankle socks will not work)
Dry Rice or Beans
1) Fill your tube sock with rice and secure the end with a knot.
2) Create a snowman head and body by wrapping a piece of yarn tightly around the middle of the sock and secure with a knot.
3) Use your mismatched socks to dress Frosty up. We created the scarf by cutting off the ankle band of a sock. The hat was the sock's toe. Use a glue gun to accessorize your snowman with buttons or mini pom-poms for buttons and a nose, or use a bit of orange pipe cleaner.
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