Introduction: Hay Bale Man / Snowman
This year there was very little snow in my area, and I really wanted to have a snowman in the yard. I came up with the idea to replace snow balls with hay bales.
The end result was great, so I'll show you how I did it.
- 3 white hay bales
- 7 used grinder discs(2 bigger and 5 smaller)
- old blanket
- coffee box
- black bucket
- rakes or poles
- a few nails
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Step 1: Bale Picking and Stacking
We choose preferably white, nice three bales and set them. The best setting is shown in the picture
Step 2: Placing a Blanket Under the Last Bale
Under the last bale we put a folded blanket that will be a scarf of our snowman
Step 3: Lips Creation
We cut out large-sized lips from black cardboard, you can also use gray cardboard and then paint it.
Step 4: Making a Hat
Our snowman's hat will be a wheel placed on a bucket, just like in the picture.
We put this on the head of a snowman.
Due to the weight of the wheel, such a cap should not fall even during strong winds.
Step 5: Decorating the Head
We decorate the head using: coffee boxes as a nose, larger disks as eyes and previously prepared lips.
Step 6: Decorating the Rest
We put snowman buttons below the blanket, we use smaller disks.
Now all we have to do is give our snowman his hands (rakes or poles).
Step 7: Your All Done :)
Now we have our snowman ready and we don't even have to worry about it melting
I hope you try and enjoy this project!
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