Frozen Inspired Hat & Glove Holder

Frozen Inspired Hat & Glove Holder

What You'll Need:

12" x 24" Craft Plywood
Cool Blue Acrylic Paint
Silver Acrylic Paint
White Acrylic Paint
Free Printable Sign Template
Ballpoint Pen
Wood Snowflakes
18 Gauge Craft Wire
Screw Eye Hooks
Hot Glue
Wire Cutters
Paint Brush Set
Aleene's Glitter Snow
Diamond Dust Glitter
Self-Stick Gems
Silver Metallic Paint Pen
Aleene's Tacky Glue

Courtesy of Jenny Piirto from Birds and Soap
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Approximate Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

How to Make a Frozen Inspired Hat & Glove Holder

This wooden sign with hand painted lettering features a fun place to clip mittens, hats or other cozy cold weather accessories for when the mood strikes to build a snowman. Not only does it look adorable, but it is functional as a drying line too!
  • 1 Sand & paint plywood Cool blue acrylic paint

    If needed, lightly sand plywood. Apply the blue acrylic paint using a wide artist brust. Use 2 to 3 coats for even coverage. Let dry completely between each coat.

  • 2 Trace template Trace template

    Print off the free template and trim the seam where the 2 pieces of paper come together. With the template taped firmly to the surface, usa a ballpoint pen to carefully trace over the letters, applying firm pressure to leave an indentation. Remove the template. 

  • 3 Fill in letters Fill in letters with paint

    Using a small brush, begin filling in the letters of your sign with 2 to 3 coats of white paint. Let dry completely. If needed, lightly sand to even out brush strokes. If desired, use a silver metallic paint pen to follow the faint gray shadow lines that appear on the template.

  • 4 Adhere snowflakes Adhere snowflakes

    If desired, make designs on each snowflake with Tacky Glue and sprinkle with Diamond Dust. Adhere a small snowflake to each of the clothespins with hot glue.

  • 5 Attach hanging wire Attach top hanging wire

    About 1" from the edge, insert and secure 2 screw eye hooks at the tops of the sign. Cut a piece of wire about 35" to 40" long. Pull the wire semi-taught, wrap it and secure it around the eyehooks with pliers. Wrap the remaining ends around a pencil to create a spiral. Attach snowflakes on each end.

  • 6 Attach drying line Attach drying line

    For the hooks that will anchor the bottom drying line, measure 1/2" in from the edge of the board and 1" from the bottom of the board. Secure eye hooks in place. Cut a piece of wire about 30" long and wrap and secure to an eye hook. String the silver clothespins onto the wire through the springs. Pull wire taught and secure loose end to the opposite eye hook, cutting off any excess wire.

  • 7 Add self-stick gems Add self-stick gems

    Add self-stick gems to snowflakes for extra embellishment.