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Mirror Snowman Christmas Ornaments

@Home with Maddy

Project article and photographs

by  Madeleine M Langlois,  MaddyLane Designs

For the joy of making Christmas sparkle and shine!

This Christmas make it Shine!

Hands-on time: Under 1 hour to make 12 snowman ornaments.

Skill: easy and kid-friendly.

Hands-on time: Under 1 hour to make 12 snowman ornaments.

Project cost: average cost per dozen under $10.00.

Materials & Tool

• Mirror circles pieces in assorted small sizes

(available at craft and dollars stores)

• Copper wire or ribbon

• Wire clippers, pliers or all in one.

• Glue dots (or glue gun if you prefer)

• Brads, small beads or rhinestones for the buttons

• Chenille wool and silver string

• Scissors

(Materials for this project are available at arts, craft and above-mentioned


This holiday season add a little twinkle to your décor, let it sparkle and shine. Deck the tree to your tabletop with dazzling mirror snowman ornaments. These glistening ornaments are quick and simple ways to add a festive atmosphere to your home and décor without spending a lot of time or money. Adding even one new style of

ornaments can give your tree a whole new updated look even if you decorate your Christmas tree the same way each year. Let the kids get involved so you create wonderful holiday memories at the same time.

On a clean surface, line up the mirror circle shapes to make the main shape of the

snowman. Each snowman body consist of two sets of mirror pieces, one for the front

and one for the back. Use the largest circles for the bottom of the snowman, the

medium ones for the middle, and the smallest ones for the head, with the mirror side

facing down. Wire tree branch like arms and a decorative string are sandwiched

between the mirror shapes. This will allow the mirror snowman ornaments to reflect

from all directions, no matter where you put them.