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Happy Holidays: DIY North Pole Ornament

Hi Tatertots & Jello friends!! My name is Stacy and you can usually find me blogging and crafting at She’s Kinda Crafty, but I am super excited to be sharing a fun DIY ornament with you here today! It’s sort of a blogging dream come true for me, so on with the show!!

I am loving all the creativity I’ve seen lately turning clear ornaments into little works of art so I wanted to make several for our tree that’s going up any day now!! After finding these mini snowmen ornaments I just knew that they needed a home at the North pole, so I made them one.


Clear plastic ornament
Poly-Fill stuffing beads
Red stripe straw
North Pole Flag (printable link below)
Mini snowman ornament
Fishing line (optional)


  • Fill your ornament about a third of the way with Poly-fill beads
  • Optional step – change out your snowman’s string for fishing line
  • Squeeze your snowman into the ornament but don’t let go of the string/fishing line!!
  • Lift your snowman so he’s just sitting on top of the Ploy-Fill and tape the string/fishing line to the lip of the ornament opening
  • Cut straw to length of the ornament and tape North Pole banner a third of the way down
  • Insert straw into ornament and replace the cap


 (You can right click to save the north pole file and then print & cut the flags apart)


 These cute ornaments are so easy and quick to make you can easily make an entire family of snow-people for your tree or to give to others.


Thank you so much for having me Jen!! Happy Holidays to everybody!


Thanks Stacy! Those ornaments are so cute, and I just love the little north pole tags too! Stacy has all kinds of great ideas on her blog, She’s Kinda Crafty. Here are a few of my favorite projects of hers:


This 20 Minute Fancy Corkboard is such a fun idea for a teen/tween in your life! But, they would really make a good gift for anyone!
Stacy makes beautiful wreaths!! This Christmas Tree Fabric Wreath is no exception. I love the whimsical look for your front door, or anywhere in your home!
And, this idea is so adorable! Give someone the gift of all the trimmings to decorate a mini tree!!
This Trim-A-Tree-Kit In a Mason Jar comes with a super cute free printable too!

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  1. Were you able to find all your supplies at Walmart?

  2. Cute! Where did you get your snowman?

  3. Can you tell me where you purchased the snowman?
    Cute ornament!!!

  4. Can I ask where you found the adobable little snowmen???

  5. This is such a cute idea, my kiddos would love it! The straw is genius!

  6. This is the cutest ornament ever.

  7. Thanks for having me Jen & team!! I am so honored to take part in the Happy Holidays series! Thanks for having me and have a Happy Thanksgiving!!
    Stacy recently posted…Free Happy Hanukkah Gift Tag

  8. This is so adorable Jen- I must be on the lookout for those materials. Pinning!
    Krista @thehappyhousie recently posted…Yarn Snowball Christmas Wreath and Nine Other Awesome Wreath Ideas

  9. Where did you find the clear ornaments?

  10. that’s so AWESOME !! i love it it’s so pretty and lovely ! i want to do that


  11. This is adorable! Very creative. You have inspired me, now let the crafting begin.
    Debbie recently posted…Thanksgiving Fun, Freebies And More!

  12. The ornament is a really great. Does the Poly-Fill stay in place or is it sort of loose inside the ornnament?


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