When the chilly season rolls around in southeast Michigan, there are plenty of winter fun activities for families to enjoy. This includes snowman crafts for kids!
Because let’s be real: Here in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor, the snow can come and go in a blink during those cold months.
And this sometimes makes it tricky to all that great snowy stuff – like sledding and building actual snowmen.
Luckily, though, snowmen are a lot of fun to make, whether they’re created outdoors in or inside at the craft table.
Our little DIY roundup has a few outstanding ideas to get the snowman lovers in your home excited, whatever the weather.
Try out these snowman crafts for kids – and create versions of this chilly-cute icon that never melt.
A plain foam cup is perfect for crafting – especially if you’re whipping up a snowman. Crafts by Amanda shows you how to transform a coffee break staple into a heartwarming winter craft, complete with cozy earmuffs and scarves. Why not create one for each member of your family?
Snowmen are still darling even when they’ve melted. Take a cue from the Darice blog and try making your own soupy snowman with the help of some scrap pieces of felt fabric. They used their foam marshmallows for the heads – neat!
Your craft stash supply is all that you need for this fun idea. Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails offers up this clever idea over on its blog. Those lovely little snowflakes? All it takes is some washable white paint and Q-tips for a paintbrush.
Say “cheese” – chilly cheese, that is! Meaningful Mama created this fun DIY project using paper plates and turning them into photo-worthy props. She even hooks you up with the dapper top-hat template. Bust out the glue gun!
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