With less than a week until Christmas, how many of you are feeling the holiday crunch? Shopping, wrapping, baking, entertaining, etc. Well, if you’re hosting an event with kids or you’re in a pickle to impress Santa this year, I thought I’d share these sweet Snowman Milk Bottles with you today.
Recently, I was thumbing through a Pottery Barn Kids magazine and happened to see the use of these bottles in their styling — and remembered thinking that I just had to give it a try! I don’t have kiddos, but I think this would be a fabulous way to impress my friends kiddos. Right?
Snowman Milk Bottles
SUPER easy and SUPER adorable!
To keep the costs down, I used Starbucks Frappucino bottles. The striped scarf was a scarf and hat set intended for dolls that I picked up at Michaels. The straws pictured are plastic. I purchased a set of 8 at the Dollar Store! Woot! So, this project cost me less than $4.00. If you have the bottles and felt — it would be less than $2.00. The buttons can be popped off and the scarves are removable as well — so you can continue to reuse the bottles year after year. Boo-yah!
Simply cut a strip of felt, snip the ends as pictured below and glue!
Like I said earlier, super easy! In minutes, you’re ready to impress…
and maybe even Santa!
What do you think? I just think they’re darling…
Check out these snowman projects too!