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Snowman Christmas Card DIY

Here’s a snowman Christmas Card DIY idea made almost entirely with stickers. This is one collage that is guaranteed to lay down nice and smooth.

Christmas Card diy

These snowman trading cards make use of a trading card sleeve to line them up for display. I love how the trading card sleeves make the art have an instant laminated look, but the basic idea of making a snowman from stickers could.

You could always use larger stickers and place them on folded cardstock to make quick and easy greeting cards. Plan B, skip the stickers and use a paper punch to make lots of white circles. You will have to glue the circles down yourself, but the final result will look the same.

Here’s a diagram I made awhile back to show that a simple adjustment of the face and buttons can make all the difference in the world.

Easy Snowman Drawing

MATERIALS

  • Drawing paper, 18″ x 24″
  • Black marker, chisel tip
  • Crayons or Crayola Color Sticks

DIRECTIONS

  1. Prep: Cut paper to 12″ x 8″ panels.
  2. Draw a snowman, taking care of where to place their face and buttons as shown in the diagram.
  3. Trace the drawing with a black marker.
  4. Color the hat with the marker to make it extra black.
  5. The scarf and sky are colored with crayons or color sticks. Try to make the sky a bright blue so the white snowman really stands out.

CHRISTMAS CARD DIY MATERIALS

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DIRECTIONS

Time needed: 30 minutes.

How to make a Snowman Sticker Card

  1. Use mailing labels for snow base.

  2. Trim the snow to get a wavy line.

  3. Use 3 stickers to make snowman.

  4. Draw the face and hands.

  5. Try to see how many different poses you can make.

  6. Add a hat with a thicker black marker.

  7. Fill in the carrot nose with orange.

  8. You can also move the face around.

  9. Use white paint marker to add snow.

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