We are in love with Olaf from Frozen. He is just the cutest little snowman.
I am going to show you how you can make this fun Olaf craft that is perfect for Christmas. Everyone needs one more Christmas craft, right?
It can go on your mantle, on a shelf, or work it into any of your Christmas decor.
You will not believe what I made this out of.
Wait for it….
It is a re-purposed coffee creamer container!
Let me show you how I did this.
Right now you likely have an almost empty container of International Delight’s Frosted Sugar Cookie coffee creamer.
Oh my word, have you tried this in your coffee?
FROSTED SUGAR COOKIE.
Get some! Perfect for your breakfast coffee.
Now for he craft….
Do you want to build a snowman? (Sorry, I could not help it,)
Let’s watch it transform!
- 1 empty International Delight Coffee Creamer container
- 1 can of white spray paint
- one can of glitter blast glitter spray (over on the spray paint aisle)
- orange, white and black felt
- 2 black pipe cleaners
- 2 small sticks from your yard
Remove the wrapper from the coffee creamer.
Spray paint the entire container white, including the lid.
Once dry, add a coat of the glitter blast spray over the white spray paint.
Let it dry 100%. You will have a sparkly snowman!
Meanwhile, take a sheet of orange felt.
Cut a triangle with the felt.
Follow the images below to create a nose for Olaf.
Notice in picture one, the bottom of the triangle is cut flat.
Use hot glue to seal the cone shape and stuff with Poli-Fil.
Set it aside.
Use black felt and cut out two circles that are one and a half inches in diameter.
Next, cut out two white circles that are one and a forth inches in diameter.
Then cut out five more black circles that are three fourths of an inch in diameter. Two will be for eyes and three of them will be for the snowman buttons.
Cut out two arched eyebrows out of the black felt. Super easy.
Hot glue the eyes in layers to the dry coffee creamer container.
Glue on the nose and eyebrows.
Glue on the black circles that are buttons.
One at a time, glue on the sticks for arms. You will have to hold them in place while the hot glue dries.
Use the two pipe cleaners and cut them down to make three pieces of Olaf hair.
One hair is taller than the other two.
Hot glue them on the back of the coffee creamer cap.
And there you have it. Olaf from Frozen as a Christmas decoration.
Perfect decor for your cookie party too!
How have you re-purposed a coffee creamer container and made it into something awesome?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.