I came across this DIY yarn wrapped snowman luminary from Kristy Murphy.
I Love it! I spotted her tutorial on Pinterest.
I love it more because she made the scarf a teal-turquoise shade. Im all about anything aqua-turquoise-teal! LOL
I didn’t have felt so I improvised with ribbon and glitter! You know me and the glitter! LOL.
I had the yarn already. The craft store is like a road trip now since they moved Micheal’s…
So no felt. Boo! It used to take me 5 minutes…
I was also lazy and didn’t dig out the glue gun like the tutorial. I used my handy dandy Elmers Glue-All. I have a gallon of it! LOL.
Black glitter hat on the rim of course. I have a glitter tutorial if you’re a beginner.
I also used a vintage mason jar. I used one from this post. Its a bit different than the current styles of Ball jars today.
I brushed on glue by rows. The brush I used was about a 1/2 inch so I wrapped the yarn then added another ring of glue. Worked my way down the jar ring by ring of glue. I started at the top.
Some pink wired ribbon and buttons, I like using the wired ribbon for a scarf so its ‘blowing’. A flame-less tealight candle for a luminary or you can easily use it as a gift jar.
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