Monday, October 10, 2011

A Merry White Christmas Tree Snowman!

Source: via Teacup Lane on Pinterest

Well, now this is clever...a beautiful...

 White Christmas Tree Snowman!

I love the black Christmas bulbs as the Snowman's buttons.  

Now the question is... do I have storage for another Christmas tree?  

In white?  

I wish!  

Maybe I could find room for a smaller one than this one...

It could be as a Christmas Tree Snow Kid?  

Just don't tell my Hubby I'm seriously considering this because I know I have way too much Christmas decorations already.


Link for Frosty The Snowman Christmas Tree (here).

Frosty the Snowman Christmas Tree
Celebrate the season anew with a Frosty the Snowman-inspired Christmas tree. Craft or buy a papier-mache snowman head and place atop a white artificial Christmas tree. Space three blackornament balls down the center to create buttons, secure silver branches to the middle for arms, and position rain boots under the base to create feet.
Finish by wrapping a red scarf underneath Frosty's head and embellishing all over with transparent ornament balls and silver snowflake ornaments. Don't forget the black top hat tree topper!
Editor's Lighting Tip: To prevent themed or white Christmas trees from looking busy, keeplighting simple. Use a few subtle strands of Christmas lights or none at all.



Amy said...

Oh I LOVE this! I think I'll make this my craft project this year!

Dorothy said...

That is very clever and so darn cute too! You sound like me with to many decorations and every time I see something new, I want it! I tell my hubby it's a sickness! LOL!

Cheryl said...

Cool!! Love it! I understand about having too many Christmas decorations (my husband thinks anyway, can you really have too many?). My hubby made a shed, over the summer, to have a better place for the decorations so I may have more room, LOL!!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Sandy, this is the cutest thing! I don't have the room for it either but oh my, it's cute! What a fab idea and thanks for sharing.


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