DIY 3D Snowman Framed Christmas Art

I’m so super excited about Christmas this year. Maybe it’s because I’m getting on it early so I get to share with you my creations and I get to enjoy Christmas decorations longer hahaha. Not sure if you might remember but I made back when I was starting blogging some cute layered Christmas cards that I truly adored and I thought it would be fun to make one of them as a 3D Snowman Framed Christmas Art with Some “real snow” in it! I must confess I’m so excited about how it turned out!

DIY 3D Snowman Framed Christmas Art

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This is a super cute and easy craft to make and kids love it. My girl always ask me to shake it and she always laugh about it LOL. Not sure what she finds so amusing but if she loves it and is happy I’m happy!

This project is another step closer to have my Christmas Mantel ready! I’m really close!!! So stay tuned to see how it turned out!

So, wanna know how to make this cute framed Christmas Art?

Supplies:

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  • A 3D frame {this one is from Ikea}
  • This fun Printable
  • Styrofoam balls {really tiny ones like for pillow filling}
  • Thick heavy duty double sided tape
  • Scisors
  • Lots of love!

First start by printing the Art. What I did was roughly crop the image 3 times making the image smaller as it would pile up in the art. You can do the same, or just print it 3 or 4 times {depending on how many layers you want} and then just cut each layer. You need it from more details to less details. Like in this case, I cut the whole snowman and snow layer, then just the head with the scarf and then just the hat. You can make more layers!

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If you have cutting machine, you can always use the print and cute feature, I didn’t do it to show that anyone can make this kind of craft and still have lots of fun!

Then cut pieces of the double-sided tape. Since I wanted more separation between layers I doubled each piece of the tape.

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Stick the layer as precise as possible on top of the first layer.