Note: This post in sponsored by Command Brand from 3M, but all opinions are my own. I live in Texas, and that means that real snowman making rarely happens. I think we had enough snow to build one tiny snowman one winter when I was in college.
My friends at Command™ Brand have these handy dandy outdoor light clips that work wonders on glass.
This snowman window decoration is extra fun because you can change up the face. The scarf, buttons, hat, and face are all made with a dry erase marker!
Next, use a dry-erase marker to sketch the outline of your snowman and mark the areas you plan to attach a Command™ Brand Outdoor Light Clip. Oh and plan to use one clip every few inches to keep the snowman design taut. Then, remove the black “wall side” liner and press the clip to window. Press firmly along the entire clip for 30 seconds and wait one hour before use. Once all of the light clips have been placed, use the dry-erase eraser to remove all markings. You’ll have a little of the Christmas light strand left over, so use it to make “snow”.
Just add a few more light clips and weave the white ribbon in and out. Add a few light clips for snowflakes and hang those bad boys on the window.
Send the kids on a hunt to find 2 straight sticks to add to the snowman window decoration.
I cut out an orange triangle from construction paper, and taped it to the snowman’s face for a nose. I used the dry erase marker to make eyes, mouth, bow tie, hat, buttons, etc. Let the kids “re-dress” him every few days by erasing and re-drawing the accessories!
You could easily put a turkey on the window with the Command™ Brand Outdoor Light Clips! I’m pretty sure my fellow Texans would appreciate the snow I’m bringing to the neighborhood!