Frosty Winter Wonderland

Smoothfoam Snowman and Tree

Create your own Frosty Winter Wonderland using Smoothfoam’s Snowman and Tree Shapes and a 6″ Smoothfoam Disc.

Supplies Used:

  • Snowman Body
  • 2″ x 3 1/2″ Tree
  • 6″ x 1″ Disc
  • Textured Embossing Paste
  • Acrylic Paints:  White, Green and Brown
  • Paintbrush
  • Stickles Glitter Glues:  Frosted Lace, Diamond
  • Micro Brads:  Black, Red
  • Bamboo Skewer
  • Orange Marker
  • Brown Ink-pad
  • Ribbon, Buttons and Christmas Embellishments
  • Small Red Doll Sock
  • Craft Glue
  • Old Toothbrush


  1. Cover the Snowman, Tree and Disc with the textured embossing paste using your finger.  Allow to thoroughly dry.
  2. Gently dust the Snowman and Disc with brown ink using the paintbrush to accent the texture of the paste.
  3. Paint the Snowman with Frosted Lace Glitter Glue.
  4. Paint the Tree with Green Acrylic Paint, speckle white paint onto tree using an old toothbrush.
  5. Paint the Tree and Disc with Diamond Glitter Glue.
  6. Decorate the Snowman with Small Micro Brads for the eyes, the tip of a bamboo skewer colored orange for the nose, small red doll sock with the tip tied with twine for his hat, teeny tiny red buttons and a red and cream gingham bow.
  7. Insert Red Micro Brads into the tree for the Christmas Lights.
  8. Assemble onto 6″ base and glue into place.

2 thoughts on “Frosty Winter Wonderland

  1. rod says:

    hello! i love the flannel hat you made for your snowman, but i’m not sure from your instructions how you made such a nice looking one. is there a tutorial or more detailed instructions? thanks and happy holidays!

    • seldred2 says:

      I used a little red doll sock which I tied the tip with a piece of string to make it look like a little beanie. You can also use a small piece of felt. See my post on “How to make a Wood Slice Snowman” for instructions on how to make a hat that way. Thanks and Happy Holidays.

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