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How cute is this craft that my daughter brought home from school today. It is so simple and easy to make. You can easily line a walk way with these cute Snow Man Milk Jug Luminary- Easy Winter Craft.
Start with a half-gallon plastic milk carton.
Cut out circles in black construction paper, felt or foam. Glue on for eyes.
Add a cute orange triangle for a nose. Glue it into place.
Cut out 4 more smaller black circles for the mouth. Glue on.
Cute a small hole on each side, near the top. Insert a chenille stick as a handle. I love how this gold one really jumps out. Glue on a red pompom around the holes.
Now in the back, cut out a square so that you can add in a candle. I used the battery operated tea light-like candles.
See how cute they are all lite up. Let your snowman show the way.
Becky Lyons Borgia
This is adorable! What a cute winter project. I need to pin this on Pinterest!
Very cute craft! If you use a fake tealight it can be used as a winter night light! My kids will love it!
That is what I use. I never use real candles because of the kids and the cats. I get my led light tea light candles at the dollar store.
Great craft, and very easy to do! At first i thought it was Burt from Burt and Ernie.
This is such a cute twist! I’ve seen the milk jugs done up as ghosts for Halloween and thought those were cute, but snowmen is even better! Thanks for sharing!
these are TOO cute! Looks like a simple project, and easy enough to do with kids, but not the same old thing.
Bibi @ Bibi's Culinary Journey
Very cute! I wish my boys were smaller. I miss making crafts with them 🙂
That snowman is so cute! And it’s easy to make so that kids can really enjoy it. Thank you for sharing!
Very cute idea! I’ll have to remember this idea next time we have snow days!
I’m always looking for craft ideas to do with the grandkids. Thanks for the tutorial.
This is just adorable. I think my kiddos would have a blast making their own snowman, putting this on my to do craft with them!
Such a cute project! I’ll have to try it with my four kids as well. Here’s to have a full household 🙂
AHHHHHHHHHH I love it! Oh man those are so much fun! Now I have entirely too many ideas. My Nieces and Nephews are going to be excited!
Such a cute winter project!
Pamela @ Still Dating My Spouse
HaHa I would have to keep this in mind for next winter. My little folks would love to do this. Thanks
Your daughter did a good job indeed. Am forwarding this link to couple of young moms to help their young kids to try such stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Wood Arts Universe
This snowman looks sooooooooo cute 🙂 Great craft ideas.. I’ll pass on your website to my niece she loves to do these kinda crafts
Thanks for sharing
I can totally see me and the kids doing this…perfect little craft!
Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell
I like this because it allows for creativity if you have several kids making them. Very cute!
That looks so adorable! Looks like an easy craft as well. Thanks for the awesome tutorial 🙂
This is absolutely adorable!
Cara @ Craftdictator
This is precious! And such a fun craft to do with your kids! I love it! Thanks for sharing!
That’s a great idea! I would make one and use it when we get typhoons and the power goes out. That would surely keep the kids from playing with the candles. It would also save me the effort to scraping the candle wax after the power comes back on. Thank you for sharing! Love it!
This looks like a fun & cheap craft! Thanks for the helpful pictures :).
What a neat idea, it’s super cute. The kids love doing crafts.