Bunny Hill Designs always has the cutest stuff and the best ideas. The Snowman Smiles are no exception. We just had to make them! For a few weeks we have had the snowman supplies sitting in the sewing room at Julie’s house and have been waiting for that magical moment when all three of us could sit down and play. This Sunday, all three of us sat down to make these little cuties.
First things first, you need the instructions for the Snowman Smiles. Bunny Hill gives you a free PDF to print with very nice pictures showing you step by step how to man your snowmen. It really doesn’t take very long. Aunt Edie and I watched Julie (Mom) make them and it only took about 30 minutes total. We watched because there was only one paintbrush and Mom is exceptionally talented at Art. (Yes, making dots with a paintbrush is Art!) Here are pictures of our Snowmen becoming Snowmen:
Bunny Hills show these snowmen being used in a large hurricane glass and it is just perfect for displaying in your foyer, kitchen island or sofa table. I am going to use the glossy ones in a hurricane glass on my sofa table next to my Santa Mug Rug. I picked the glossy snowmen because my Christmas ornaments are all shiny, striped balls in red, green and silver. I have a very uniform Christmas tree because I am a little matchy-matchy…you probably noticed that in my blog posts when I talk about picking fabrics for a scrappy quilt…they are a very organized scrappy! Julie and Edie are both excited to have the matte finish Snowmen because that flows in better with their ornament collection. They each have beautiful trees that include family ornaments, ornaments from trips, etc. Sometimes they each do a tree of just snowmen or just Santas…very fun!
What about you…what kind of ornaments do you use on your tree?
Happy Snowmam Making,