This post was first seen over on the DecoArt blog as part of their Cookie Container Challenge. Thank you to DecoArt for sponsoring this post.

Hello! Well, this past weekend we had our first real taste of snow. Eek! It didn’t stick, but it gives me hope that we will see more of the white stuff later this winter. 😉 It also reminded me of this cute Pringles Can Snowman that I made a few months ago as part of a Cookie Container Challenge with DecoArt. You’ll have to check out all of the creative entries right {HERE}. Buuuut first stick around to see how easy this little guy was to put together. Enjoy! 🙂

Pringles Can Snowman at #decoartprojects #snowman


  • Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics Black Tie
  • Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics Cocoa Bean
  • Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics Red Barn
  • Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics Soft Jade
  • Matte Decou-Page
  • white glitter
  • fine tip paint brush
  • hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • buttons
  • small Pringles can
  • tissue paper
  • foam brush
  • white cardstock
  • Silhouette (I used this image.)
  • fabric
  • scissors
  • chipboard
  • paper trimmer

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First, you’ll cover your can using white cardstock.
Then brush on a thin layer of decoupage with a foam brush.


Then cover your can with white glitter. Shake off any excess glitter.


While my glitter was drying I cut out my snowman “parts” using my Silhouette & chipboard.


Then I painted each piece using the acrylic paint & a fine tip paint brush. Let dry.
After everything was dried it was time to assemble. First, I tied on the “scarf”.


Then I hot glued on the face, arms & buttons. Be careful. It’s hot!


Then I filled my can with snowballs (also known as donut holes!). 😉


These would make sweet little gifts for a neighbor, teacher or friend.


Be sure to check out the rest of the Cookie Container Challenge entries right {HERE}.
Have you ever used a Pringles can to make something else? I’d love to hear. 🙂

Pringles Can Snowman at #decoartprojects #snowman

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This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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