Sock Snowman Craft

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Here’s a fun craft idea for the holidays! I think I would make these as gifts for family members and customize each one a little bit. For my son… do a batman theme, for my husband maybe do a mountain climber theme etc.

Here’s the link to the full tutorial…

DarkroomAndDearly – Christmas Sock Snowmen

Image Credit: darkroomanddearly.com

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59 COMMENTS

  1. Love this site so much! I run am art class with people with learning disability and get lots of ideas from here. How people think of these ideas is brilliant well done!!!

  2. Could you please e-mail me the instructions on the sock snowman. I can not download it. Thank you!

  3. I would love the instructions as well… can you please email them to me? My daughter wants to make these.

    Thanks,
    Diane

  4. I have downloaded the site but still don’t see how I can get the instructions on how to make the snowmen. Will you email me something so I can get started please? I really like this website.

  5. Love this Christmas idea, please could you email me the instructions of how you make these cute snowmen.
    Thank you xx

  6. Really love this idea and would like to make it for family for christmas but need the instructions please.

  7. Yes please to the directions as well – would love to make these for the residents at the nursing home!

  8. Please could you send me the instructions for these, I am doing a christmas craft stall on 23rd November and thy will look really good.

    Thanks you

  9. I’m just observing based on the pics.
    This is what I see.
    Cut the “foot” of the sock off and leave it for later.
    Take the other half of the sock u just cut and turn it inside out-bundle the end and rubberband it so that it no longer has an opening.
    Turn it right side out now. Stuff the sock. You really could stuff with anything(rice,beans,newspaper). Stuff only half way, placing a rubberband to close off creating his first “ball”.Now stuff the rest securing it with a rubberband again at the top creating the second “ball”.U should have the typical snowman body with 2 circles now.
    Take the “foot” portion now and place it over the top as a hat. Then decorate-pins for the eyes, scrap fabric for scarf etc etc. :) if u were to use diff size socks and mix up the hat/body size they would be cute!

  10. Could you please email me how to make this please I would like to do them with my grand children please

  11. The link is listed above. If you go to it… it will give you the instructions on how to make it and other awesome snowmen. :)

  12. can you email me the instrustions,I can not download for some reason. I would greatly appreciate it.

  13. I love these I would love to make them for the seniors in my neighborhood I would like to download but this old computer is so slow it might not make it can I get instructions too!

  14. Can you send me the instructions to me on my E-mail Adderss I gave you?
    Lynn Roberts. .

  15. Please email instructions for the snowman…can’t download. These are adorable. Thank you!!

  16. Please email me the instructions for the sock snowmen – would love to try making some of these. Link doesn’t seem to work. Thanks.

  17. Can you use bird seed, cause I’ve read that the rice and beans can get bugs after a while

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