How to Make a Snowman Tree Topper

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December 5, 2012

14 thoughts on “How to Make a Snowman Tree Topper

    1. Thank you and I’d love to see pics! Christmas is such a magical time where our imaginations can run wild, especially our child-like imaginations. After all that’s what Christmas is about, faith in a child and his birth that saved us all. Make it a fun birthday! :)
      Thank you so much for leaving a comment!!!
      Stephanie from

    1. I’d recommend using the same size I did, it’s super cute, and with the ribbon as a scarf it’ll hep add proportion to the tree. I saw another suggestion that would be super cute if you wanted to add another touch: add a broomstick to stick out one side of the tree :). I wish I would’ve thought If that :)

      I’d love to see a picture when you make yours!

      1. Thanks for the reply. I will post a picture when done. Also I am trying to print out the pattern for the nose, eyes and mouth and its not working.
        any suggestions on how i can get them.

          1. thanks. i was able to print it just had to use my pc instead of my ipad. one more question did you glue the hat on?

          2. The floral piece that I poked through the hat really kept the hat on, you can also use floral wire it it won’t stay on. By not glueing it on, it allowed me to reshape the hat when I pulled it out of storage this year.
            I hope this helps!

  1. Stephanie, I love your snowman tree topper. I was looking for a way to do a Mr. Jingaling Tree topper for our Garden Club Christmas tree this year and I had a few ideas but I was glad I found your instructions. I never thought to use a dowel rod as a way to mount it. Not sure what part of the country you are in, but Mr. Jingaling was a holiday icon in Cleveland for many years. I attached a picture of Jingaling and my tree topper. We used dried hydrangea for the hair, milk weed pods for the mustache and brows and acorns for the eyes. I hope you like this. I can’t wait to see it on the tree.

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