Supplies Needed; Styrofoam balls, wiggly eyes, orange, light blue and black construction paper, red and gold pipe cleaners, red pompoms.
Directions; Glue Styrofoam balls together and allow to dry. While they are drying twist pipe cleaners into desired arms, use black construction paper to cut out three small circles, use blue construction paper to cut out a puddle shape, and use the orange paper to cut a triangle for the nose. Now glue the Styrofoam balls to the blue paper so that the snowman appears to be standing in the middle of the puddle, and allow to dry. Once dry, insert arms into base of snowman, and glue on all the other pieces. For the Earmuffs, fold red pipe cleaner in half, and twist together, then bend into an arch shape. Glue the red pompoms to either end and place on snowman's head.
Supplies Needed; 1 (8-in.) Green Cone-Shaped Styrofoam Form, 1 Package of Green Chenille Stems (Pipe cleaners), Wire Cutters or Utility Scissors, Dark Green Temper Paint, 1 Package Gum Drops
Directions; Begin by painting your styrofoam cone dark green. Cut chenille stems in a variety of lengths. Insert the shorter stem pieces in the top of the form, and increase the stem lengths as you work down toward the base of the cone creating the christmas tree shape. As you work your way down, push different colored gum drops into the chenille stems. Cover the form with the chenille stems and gum drops. You can bend them in any direction you desire since no Christmas tree is perfect. When you are finished, print and cut out the star shape (see below). Place a 3" stem into the top of the tree. Glue the star (sandwich style) to the top stem.