A quick and easy sock snowman for kids to make. No sewing involved! Fill with rice or pillow stuffing for a darling stuffed toy!
We always keep a few matchless socks around for crafting puppets or a sock snowman. We found this darling tutorial about 3 years ago for a sock snowman and have been making them every year since! This year we changed them up a little. Instead of a hat, they added a few strands of hair. Instead of a jacket, they added arms and coal. To make their own little version of Olaf (could you tell it was supposed to be Olaf?) I didn’t do the greatest job with the facial features, but the girls loved them.
How to Make a Sock Snowman
To make one, simply cut the top off of a sock. You’ll want the crew section, the longer the better.
Turn inside out and tie off with a rubber band.
Turn right side out and fill with rice.
Tie off a section in the middle (creating a body and a head) and tie off the top.
Now if you have girls like me, you know that girls like to accessorize. Everything. So the following photo may be a bit disturbing, but hey, it’s what they do.
My apologies, Olaf.
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