Recycled Snowman "Potato Head" Craft for Kids from Christmas Ornaments

Build a Snowman Toy Craft

Make a Potato Head style Snowman toy from recycled Christmas Decorations and Ornaments. This is Snow Much Fun for kids to craft their own homemade toys. Enjoy!

Recycled Snowman "Potato Head" Craft for Kids from Christmas Ornaments

Recycled Snowman Craft Toy to make with kids.

Make a Snowman Potato Head Toy

You will need: 

White or Satin Ball Christmas Ornaments that are unravelling
(white Styrofoam balls work too)
Sticky Back Velcro
Craft scraps: Felt, Foam, Buttons, Fabric, Googly Eyes
Marker Lids
Cardboard Toilet Tube Roll for Stands

Cut velcro into small pieces, attach to back of items.
Place velcro on balls where arms, eyes, hair should go.
Make a Potato head style toy from recycled Christmas Decorations and Ornaments.
Make your own Potato Head Snowman and Accessories.

We placed the small parts in a baggie and the rest in a plastic container. Now Mayhem has her very own Mr. Snowman which she prefers to dress-up as Mrs. Snowman.

Mayhem simply adored this project. We can always add new parts! Note the Kitty ears headband and blonde wig.

Years ago, I learned to save old marker lids to use as game pieces. These make perfect arms in interchangeable colors. The possibilities are endless. More Snowman Activities for Preschoolers.

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