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And yes a big thank you to a French Friend in France for the GREAT IDEA :D

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He is built out of 1/4 " solid aluminum rod. He is just over 6 feet tall and 4 and a half feet wide. I built him so that the head and body are separate and the body is also split in half length wise up and down. And the guitar is also a separate piece. (Easier to store) And he is lit up with rope light.

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I like the singing snowman where did you buy it? i like to get one . Thanks Dennis Laff

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Columbus27, sorry I do not have any pictures of the build and the frames are all put away in the attic. If I remember I will take some pic's of it. And no plans. I drew the picture on an overhead projector sheet and projected it on a wall and traced an outline which I then used as a template to bend all the rod and weld it together.

Hi Dennis, I didn't buy this one I made it from 1/4" aluminum rod that I bent and welded together. I know there is someone on here who builds these type of frames out of steel rod and sells them. But the snowman he is selling is smaller. Here is the web site

http://www.wireframedlites.com/

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HI do you have your drawings i like your version better thanks again Dennis

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