One Sheet Wonder – Frosty the Snowman Hat Box – Video tutorial

Frosty the Snowman Hat Box - video tutorial available at I am just crazy NUTS about today’s project!  I was inspired by a project I ran across on Pinterest and it reminded me of a paper teacup project I made several years ago.  I thought it would be fun to recreate it into Frosty the Snowman’s hat but I wanted to make it a bit simpler than I did before.

Frosty the Snowman Hat Box - video tutorial available at Frosty the Snowman Hat Box - video tutorial available at
OH MY GOSH!  Just wait until you learn the secret to making circle boxes lickity split!  You’re going to love it!  The best part is I used just ONE sheet of cardstock to make the hat!  Gotta love that!
Frosty the Snowman Hat Box - video tutorial available at I can’t wait for you guys to see today’s video because it’s such an EASY and fun gift for the upcoming holidays!  Let’s get going with today’s video!

If you are unable to see the video, CLICK HERE to view it online.

Here are the measurements in case you missed them:

  • Basic Gray 8 1/2″ x 11″ cardstock – Cut 11 x 5″, cut this piece down to 5″ x 4 1/2″
  • Cut the cardstock to 3 1/2″ x 11″ to 9 1/2″, score down the long side at 3/8″
  • Real Red cardstock – 2″ x 8 1/2″
  • Whisper White cardstock – 1 3/4″ x 4 1/4″
  • Basic Black cardstock – 1″ x 9 1/2″
  • Crushed Curry scrap

Want to create this project yourself?  Here are the supplies I used to make it!  Use what you have, ORDER what you need!  Just click on picture to order!

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9 Responses to “One Sheet Wonder – Frosty the Snowman Hat Box – Video tutorial”

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  1. Debi says:

    Such an adorable idea. I will be making these for sure. I will have to share with my daughter too….her friends always request her cocoa mix for Christmas.. Just curious…what width is the black CS for the band on hat? I did not seen the dimensions listed for this. Thanks

    • Connie says:

      Oops! I did forget that one! It is 1″ x 9 1/2″. I have fixed it in the post as well. Thank you Debi!!

      • Debi says:

        Thank you Connie…..can’t wait to make these. Also FYI, I am planning to make some of the Salted Caramel mix giftables that you showcased. Don’t have a Sam’s card, looked online for the peanuts :(, but found someone w/ a card to pick me some up next time they are at Sam’s. Hope Sam’s still has some in stock. LOL…you’re projects are keeping me hopping.

  2. Wouhou !!! Connie it’s such a great idea to create Frosty’s hat with Mr. Campbell 🙂 Thank you !

  3. NM says:

    Wow! this is awesome! just in time for my next stamp class! /they will love it!!!

  4. Carol says:

    Boy, I really love this idea. And you are right, the creative juices are running wild. Thanks.

  5. Knitty says:

    That is brilliant and cute! Did I mention brilliant? 🙂

  6. Carol Hardie says:

    OMG Connie ……. this project is off the charts!! Thank you for sharing such an adorable gift. Would make great neighbor gifts for sure!!

  7. Patricia Gessner says:

    Connie, I always love your projects and I just made this one using your tutorial and I had such an easy time making it. It’s such fun that I plan to make them for family and friends and neighbors this year. Thank you for sharing.

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