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Ping Pong Snowman Craft Ornament

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Make a DIY snowman craft ornament using fuzzy gloves and ping pong balls plus a few basic craft supplies.

These cute snowman craft ornaments are so fun and easy to make. We bought new fuzzy gloves for the hats, but you could also make the hats with those random single gloves that have lost their match. 

In addition to gloves, you will also need ping pong balls for the head; puffy paint; pom poms; and embroidery thread and a needle. When looking for ping pong balls, you will want balls without any print or writing on them. We found that beer pong balls are usually plain white. 

Over all these are really inexpensive to make not only for your Christmas tree, but you can also use them to decorate gifts. 

Ping Pong Snowman Craft Ornament


Use scissors to cut the fingers off of a fuzzy glove. Discard the glove and keep the fingers. You could try this knit gloves, too. 

Cut the finger vertically, about 1″ from the bottom with scissors. You just want to open up the back so you can pull it over the ping pong ball to make a hat. Don’t cut it completely open.

Wrap the finger of the glove around the ping pong ball. The back of the hat will have the split you cut. You’ll need to stretch it over the ball to fit.

Add a brim to the hat by rolling up the edge of the hat so it creates a hat brim. 

Attach the glove hat to the ping pong ball with hot glue. First add glue to the front and back of the hat to secure it to the ping pong ball. Then add hot glue along the brim to keep the brim secure to the hat.

Finish off the hat by using hot glue to attach a pom pom to the top of the hat. You can have fun and mix up the colors of the gloves/hats and the pom poms. Making these in school colors for teachers and staff would be cute. 

Once the hat is secure, add eyes and a mouth. Use the black puffy paint to make eyes. Then add a snowman carrot nose with orange puffy paint.

Allow the ping pong balls to dry by setting the ball on an egg carton so they don’t roll away. Keep the ball level/parallel to the table the egg carton sits on. Allow to dry completely. 

Thread some embroidery floss through an upholstery needle. You can use any needle you like. Embroidery needles just make threading a little easier. 

thread the needle through the top of the hat. Cut the thread and

Tie a knot at the top of the floss to create a hanging hook to hang the ornament from your Christmas tree.

Yield: 1 Snowman Ornament

Ping Pong Snowman Craft Ornament

Ping Pong Snowman Craft Ornament

Make a DIY snowman craft ornament using fuzzy gloves and ping pong balls plus a few basic craft supplies.

Active Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Materials

  • Ping Pong Balls
  • Fuzzy Gloves
  • Small, 5/8" pom poms
  • Orange puffy paint
  • Black puffy paint
  • Embroidery thread

Tools

  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
  • Upholstery (curved) needle

Instructions

  1. Use scissors to cut all the fingers off of a glove. Discard the glove and keep the fingers. Cut the finger, about 1" from the bottom with scissors.
  2. Wrap the finger of the glove around the ping pong ball. The back of the hat will have the split you cut. You'll need to stretch it over the ball to fit.
  3. Roll up the edge so it creates a hat brim.
  4. Affix the hat with hot glue. First, apply hot glue on the ping pong ball to affix the glove to the ball. Add it on the front and back. Then add hot glue along the brim to attach the brim it to the hat.
  5. Use hot glue to attach a pom pom to the top of the hat.
  6. Add eyes and a mouth with black puffy paint.
  7. Add an orange nose with puffy paint and let dry completely by setting the ball on an egg carton. Keep the ball level/parallel to the table the egg carton sits on. Then leave on the carton to dry completely.
  8. Once the paint is dry, add the hanger. Thread embroidery floss through an upholstery needle and thread the needle through the top of the hat.
  9. Cut the thread and tie a knot to create a hanging hook.
  10. Repeat until you have the desired number of ornaments.
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