It is the most wonderful time of the year and it is time to get the best snowman Christmas tree ideas that everyone will love!
With the first snowflakes falling from the sky in the last days of November, it is almost impossible to resist Christmas decorations. And if by any chance you have little elves in your home counting every minute till Christmas, these snowman Christmas tree ideas are just for you!
So grab a hot chocolate mug in your hand, sing out Frozen’s “Let it go” together with your kids, and start decorating!
How to Make Snowman Christmas Tree
There is no doubt that one of the funniest winter activities when there is lots of snow, is building snowmen. Both kids and adults love it and it is a wonderful play for all the family that is making a memory you will all remember for life.
I am sure many of you in your childhood wanted to take the snowman you built at home and keep it in the fridge.
Well, these Christmas tree ideas are great alternatives for keeping your home and carpet dry, but still, make you happy because the snowman you love will be smiling at you from the Christmas tree.
What You Need To Make Snowman Christmas Tree
Think about what you normally need when you build a real snowman.
- a hat
- black buttons for eyes, smile, and coat buttons
- a scarf
- a carrot or red small ball for the nose
- 2 sticks/brunches are needed for the hands
When it comes to decorating your snowman tree you will need:
- fairy lights
- Christmas tree decorations
- Christmas tree topper- you can use a hat only, or you can find ready-to-use or DIY build a snowman head.
How To Make White Snowman Christmas Tree– if you want to be a traditionalist, and re-create your snowy friend at home, you will need a completely white Christmas tree. You can add colorful or white fairy lights to bring the shine and sparkling effect of the snow.
In order to make the tree more fluffy and full, you can place cotton between the brunches, This is how you will get more volume.
How to Make Snowman Christmas Tree on Green Tree– this is my favorite part. You can spray the tree with artificial snow to make look fresher and more fluffy. Attach enough fairy lights to make it more sparkling and pick a theme or color palette.
And now is coming the tricky part of combining the snowman parts with the traditional Christmas tree decorative elements.
You can follow a specific theme for your snowman, and pick different color palettes for the tree:
- completely white
- classic red, green, or blue plaid fabrics
- traditional white red and black
- playful North Pole
- colorful peppermint candies
- Farmhouse style
- combination of snowman and Grinch Christmas tree
- a classic green tree with all-white decorations