You will need:
Paint - Delta Ceramcoat:
Fruitwood color of liquid stain
Greenery garland - just a small scrap
22 gauge wire about 15" long
plywood or some thin wood
one small button
Few fabric scraps
Cut the wood sections out of the plywood. Drill a few holes in the top as shown by pattern. Paint the snowman's head (bottom only) with the Lt Ivory paint and use black paint for the hat (position the brim on the head to see where to stop painting with black paint). Paint the brim black.
When the paint is dry, transfer the facial lines from the pattern to the wood. Use a stylus or toothpick and paint the snowman's mouth with black dots. Use tangerine paint for the nose. Paint the eyes. Use blush, and lightly add rosy cheeks.
The wood star can purchased or cut out of wood. Use antique gold paint and paint the star. With a black permanent ink pen or paint, write on the star "Let it Snow" or "Please Snow". Spackle the head and the star with watered down black paint using a spackle tool or a toothbrush. Spackle the hat and brim with watered down Lt Ivory paint. After all the paint dries, lightly apply stain on the front and back of all wood pieces of the snowman.
Pull 15" of wire through the top holes and staple the wire to the back of the snowman's hat. Use a red checkered piece of fabric for the bow under his mouth. Tie a small piece of fabric to the bottom of a small piece of garland. Using hot glue, glue a button to the knot in that fabric. Using hot glue, glue the bow, star, garland and hat brim where the pattern indicates.
Copyright 2011 Bonnie Scott.
You may make as many of these as you want, and sell the finished product at craft shows, art festivals and other handmade affairs. You may not sell this copyrighted pattern, nor is this pattern or the finished product to be manufactured for wholesale.