Monday, March 09, 2015

Snowman Hat...

Hi everyone! Sometimes I think the winter is never going to end! We did have 40 degrees yesterday and the snow melted a bit, but there's still more to go. With hope that the snow will be gone soon, I've created this darling snowman's hat from a paper mache' hat I purchased on clearance at Michael's after Christmas.

I stamped up the large snowman from Stampendous® Jumbo Top Hat Snowman stamp set and a portion of the sentiment strip and colored it with Copic markers. After the hat had been painted and dried, I added icicle pine, pearl sprigs and lots of snowflakes using Spellbinders Paper Arts® Snowflake Bliss, and Snowflake 2013 Pendant. I just love the pink striped gingham ribbon, which was perfect for my hat, from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. I have multiple views of the hat, and the supply list is below!

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Project Recipe:
Paper: Bazzill Basics Paper® White Cardstock
Embellishments: 1.5 inch Pink/White Grosgrain Stripes Ribbon from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, Top Hat, DecoArt Black Acrylic Paint, Pearls Sprigs, Iced Pine, Pink/Teal Rhinestones, Hot Glue Gun


  1. Carson, this is the cutest thing I have seen in awhile! What creative imagination you have! Great job!

  2. That was supposed to say DARSIE. Auto correct go figure. M

  3. OMGosh your snowman hat is so fabulous!

  4. sweet project. I love Christmas projects and could look at them all year round.

  5. Darsie , so clever of you to come up with this!
    Also I think you could adapt to many different themes!

  6. Hi Darsie,
    what a wonderful hat this is - simply magical.
    Hugs, Rose


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