Sidney Snowman

Christmas Crafts - Wood Crafts

This adorable wood pattern is a must for any snowman collector! Easy to make Christmas crafts!

Free snowman scroll saw patterns - Sidney Snowman


Designed by:


The Picket Fence

by Peggy Rinehuls








    Pattern:



    PAINTS:
    Desert Sand
    Light Buttermilk
    Asphaltum
    Lamp Black
    Red Iron Oxide
    Sealer/Finisher

SUPPLIES:
1" pine
old sweater
small rusty bell
.05 permawriter II marking pen
1 set of small mittens
2 rusty hearts 2"
artificial pine sprigs
berry pic
twigs
buttons
hot glue gun and sticks
wood glue
1-1/4" wood screws
drill 100 grit sandpaper
min wax wood stain (early american)

CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Cut snowman and base from 1" pine, base measures 7" X 2-1/2". Sand smooth with 100 grit sandpaper. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Stain the back of the snowman and the bottom of the base.

PAINTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Base snowman and base Desert Sand. Drybrush base with Light Buttermilk.
Shade edges of base and snowman Asphaltum.

PAINTING DETAILS:
Drybrush cheeks and base nose Red Iron Oxide. Dot eyes Lamp Black. Dash eyebrows and line mouth with .05 permanent pen. Letter and dot Lamp Black.
(I water down the paint to an inky consistency)

ASSEMBLY:
Attach snowman to base with wood glue and wood screws. Cut hat from pattern piece. Cut sweater 5" X 10". Hot glue sweater seam in the center of the back of the snowman. Hot glue around neck, while pinching to form pleats, this gives the sweater fullness.With wrong sides together, hot glue a seam in the hat, let dry, turn right side out. Fold bottom of hat, whip stitch rusty bell to end, hot glue in place. Hot glue stick arms to sweater, pinch sweater around arms. Hot glue a rusty heart to each mitten, hot glue them to the stick arms. Hot glue buttons to sweater. Finish with a few sprigs of pine and berries to base. Spray with matte finish wood sealer.

If you find it difficult to find any of the supplies to complete this project please contact The Picket Fence. They carry most everything to complete this project.
Peggy Rinehuls
per@penn.com

The Picket Fence
RR04 Box 618
Hillcrest Acres
Emporium, Pa. 15834
Phone: 814-486-3920


Copyright 2000-2007 Peggy Rinehuls. Design may be used for fun or profit. This design may not be mass produced for the wholesale market without written permission. All rights reserved.