Cold Weather Crafts for Kids

Brr – it’s been cold outside! We’ve had some odd weather lately. We’ve gone from snowy days to almost 40-degree afternoons in the blink of an eye. Colder days make us all long to stay inside and play games, drink hot chocolate and stay in our pajamas longer than normal. Days like this are made for craft projects. And when you’ve got a list of ideas at your disposal for your children, you’re ready for making new crafts whenever the mood strikes. This week’s roundup has some cool kids’ winter crafts.

Butterfly Footprint Art

It might be cold outside, but it’s probably nice and warm inside your house! Mommypotamus has a fun idea to capture your child’s footprint in a piece of art you’ll enjoy all year long.

DIY Superhero Canvas

POW! ZAP! BLAMMO! Mod Podge Rocks! knows where it’s at when it comes to making art! For the comic book lover in your life, try this decoupage project.

Spring Suncatchers

It’s cold outside, but we can still think spring. Fun at Home with Kids showcases a project that shows you how to make a simple suncatcher with your toddler.

Cardboard Tube Space Shuttles

To infinity… and beyond! A Little Pinch of Perfect not only has a kid craft book review, but it shares one of its projects – the cardboard tube space shuttles. Have you kids make one on their own.

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