Wooden Snowman

Cristy Gies

Cristy Gies

Designer and Founder - DIYGirlfriend

Updating your holiday decorations is easy and with a little DIYG, you can make updates to your décor in an afternoon. Let’s start with something everyone can enjoy a rustic country snowman! AND you won’t have to struggle to find your scarf, jacket, boots and gloves. This is something that anyone can do in the comfort of their own garage or workshop area.

This rustic snowman plank design enhances your holiday décor with simple shapes, allows for your customization and is simple to assemble. Designing the holiday décor to fit your home is important for making your home an inviting and warm space that anyone can enjoy. Go the extra mile and make the décor your own, adding features and details that can make your snowman one of a kind.  

Once you’ve completed your snowman, show it off on social, and with friends and family. You never know who you’ll inspire to create their own holiday decor. Follow DIYG for updates, additional projects, and insights that you can share.

Let’s Get Started!

Here is What you will need:

Materials:

Tools:

You can find these items in any local home improvement store. At the bottom of this article we have provided some links to make locating these items easier.

Watch the video below to get started on your wooden snowman.

Or you can follow the step-by-step instructions below.

Step 1: Cut 1x8 wood board

DIYG Tip:  If you’re using a miter saw with a typical blade, it will not cut all the way through the 8-inch board. You will need to flip your wood board around and line up the saw blade with your first cut to cut the wood all the way through  

Step 2: Sanding

Step 3: Stain wood

Step 4: Cut Wood for Nose (optional)

DIYG Tip:  You will only need to paint one face of the triangle noses since the other side will be glued to the wood board

You can also simply paint a triangle on your wood boards for the nose after applying whitewash paint!

Step 5: Apply whitewash

DIYG Tip:  It’s only necessary to apply whitewash to one face of each wood board and the sides unless you’re planning on placing your snowmen where the backs will be visible

Step 6: Apply polyurethane

Step 7: Glue on Buttons & nose

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Step 8: Add burlap

DIYG Tip:  Make sure to use a wired burlap, it’s much easier to work with!

Step 9: Enjoy your snowman

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