On these dates, where so many Christmas decorations and items are consumed around the world, it doesn’t hurt that we reuse some of our daily waste, in this way, we contribute first, stop producing waste, especially plasticsand second, to be able to reuse items that would normally end up in a landfill at best.
We leave you here some original ideas to be able to make snowmen for these holidays. With little money, labor, and skill, you can make all of these Christmas decorations by recycling or reusing different fairly common materials.
- Snowman with aluminum cans.
- Snowman with cardboard boxes.
- Snowmen with mismatched socks.
- Snowman with paper bag.
- Snowman with plastic boat.
- Snowman with PET bottle.
- Snowman with plastic cups.
- Snowman with toilet paper rolls.
- Snowman with bottle caps.
- Snowman with ribbons.
- Snowman with buttons.
- Snowman with soda cans.
- Snowman with a bottle of milk.
- Snowman with clouds of sugar.
- Snowman with yarn and a balloon.
- Snowman with coffee capsule and champagne or wine corks.
- Doll with cutouts in paper and cardboard.
Snowman with aluminum cans.
A fantastic project with aluminum cans where the little ones in the house can also participate.
Full instructions: Practicallyfunctional.com
Snowman with cardboard boxes.
These Christmas gifts can be more original, because they can be Christmas dolls. Just cover the boxes with white paper and decorate them to make them an authentic Christmas snowman.
We must wrap the boxes with white paper (we will reuse the paper that we have at home) and decorate the boxes so that they look like a snowman as we see in the photo.
Snowmen with mismatched socks.
One of my favorites, you have the full detailed instructions here: craftandsutch.com
Snowman with paper bag.
Snowman with plastic boat.
A jar as many as we have and throwing it at home can be a very original decoration for our Christmas tree. Instructions: crazylittleprojects.com
Snowman with PET bottle.
Easy to manufacture and recycle one of the most abundant waste in our bins, plastic bottles: craftystaci.com. If you are interested in projects with plastic bottles, here are some ideas for you to be able to reuse or reuse PET bottles in things you would never have thought of.
Snowman with plastic cups.
A snowman made by joining plastic cups to form spheres. Then you just need to decorate it.
Snowman with toilet paper rolls.
Cardboard toilet paper rolls are an impressive raw material. They can be made into thousands of items that we can use for almost any decoration. Here is an example:
Snowman with bottle caps.
This one never occurred to me. Recycling to the extreme.
Snowman with ribbons.
As they say, a minimalist design.
Snowman with buttons.
With a few buttons and a little cardboard, we have a Christmas decoration that the little ones in the house can make.
Snowman with soda cans.
They sell it in: etsy.com although the best thing is for you to do it yourself.
Snowman with a bottle of milk.
Instructions: freefunchristmas.com. A very similar project, you will have to go through practically the same steps as for making the Halloween ghosts.
Snowman with clouds of sugar.
It’s not one of my favorites but I admit it’s original. Instructions: flexibledreams.com
Snowman with yarn and a balloon.
Doll with cutouts in paper and cardboard.
Here are many other ideas:
How to make a snowflake with wine corks: