What do you get when you combine a Dollar Tree Christmas ornament with a Dollar Tree candlestick? This sweet candlestick snowman of course! I LOVE snowmen and leave some of them out in my decor through January after I pack the Christmas away. Depending on what colors you use on this project you can use it at Christmas and throughout the winter months.
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This project will start with a Dollar Tree snowman ornament and a pretty candlestick. The snowman cheeks are a little worn but they can easily be touched up with a little pink paint.
First, I’m using one of the Dollar Tree floral foam disks to cut a circle that will fit the top of the candlestick. I’ll use E-6000 to attach it to the top.
Now I’ll take some of my favorite Christmas greenery and start inserting it into the foam all the way around. I’m adding a drop of hot glue to the ends to secure. If you plan on using this after Christmas you could use neutral colors and leave the red off.
Once all the greenery is inserted I’ll add some glitter to give it a snowy effect.
Now we can attach the ornament using a section of wood skewer and hot glue.
I’ll also add some glitter to the snowman hat to give him a little more bling. I have one more thing to add to this little guy and then he’s finished!
Now use six strips of torn material about seven inches long and tie them in the center with string. Add some of the same Mod Podge and glitter to these too! Use cream or white material strips for a neutral, wintry look.
Finally, add a snowflake to the center and hot glue this to the snowman neck. So pretty!!