Monday, November 14, 2022

Snowman in the Nut Chopper ?


Hello Friends!

Last week was the last Flea Market for the year for us.

Time to get busy with other things....

This NUT CHOPPER was left over from our sale and I just decide

to give it another chance and repurpose it.

Now it's a Christmas item !

I had some 1/4''packing foam to use at the base of the jar.

It was easy to cut with scissors.

I had some bleached trees in my stash.

They just needed a dab of white paint

and some glitter.

When the lid was on tight, I put a piece of 

tape on the jar to mark the front.

I glued my homemade clay snowman in place.

Then added the trees.

Covered the foam base with loose glitter.

I cut a piece of foam to cover the blade and to 

keep anything from falling inside.

Then my Husband said- Too bad you can't put lights inside!

Well, I took out the foam and looked around for a tea light.

I was surprised it fit perfect!

I turned the tea light upside down

with the switch up.

I put the small piece of foam packing

back on to cover the top.

It can easily be pinched out to

 expose the on and off switch.

The small tea light puts off a lot of light.

And the handle can still turn- I liked that

Just for fun!

I have one last Craft Show this weekend,

I will be taking the nut chopper with me.

Update: This little cutie SOLD

Have a blessed day! 

xo Lisa S


  1. This is ADORABLE!!! How clever!! Thanks so much for linking at the Home Imagined link party today!!

    1. Thank you! I 'm so glad I found you. Thank you for hosting.
      xo Lisa S

  2. Adorable repurpose, thank you for linking up to Whimsy Home Wednesday!

    1. Kristin,
      It's so great to meet you! Thank you for hosting.
      xo Lisa S

  3. Lisa is the cutest idea! I'd love for you to come link up over at my weekly link party for a chance to be featured! Have a great week!

    1. Nicolle,
      Thank you so much! I'm so glad I found your tiny nest :)
      It's great to meet you., so glad you stopped by.
      xo Lisa S

  4. The light really did add to it. Love it. Such a clever girl. Happy Thanksgiving. Glad to hear it sold!

  5. This is such a cute idea. The light is just perfect. Its a perfect little night light. Thank you for submitting this post to the Home Imagined Link party.

  6. What a great idea. Love it. Congratulations, you are being featured on Happiness Is Homemade. I hope you stop by.


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