My kiddo loves to make winter crafts on those blistery cold winter days. With the holidays behind us now, I have been keeping my eye out for some adorable winter themed decorations we can make together. My walls always feel a bit bare after all the holiday cheer, and beautiful snowy kid’s crafts are the perfect way to cheer up everyone in the house. Check out the adorable ideas I found below. I know you are going to want to make some of these super easy winter crafts ideas with your favorite kids.
9 Snowy Winter Crafts For Cold Days
Snowy Painted Tree
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My daughter loves to paint, so I always have my eye out for new painting crafts. This fun winter tree whips up with almost no advanced prep. You could create your snowflakes with finger-paints, or paint with Q-tips if you are feeling less messy.
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Polar Bear Mask
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These fluffy polar bear masks are super cuddly. Kids will enjoy both making and playing with these fun bear masks which could lead to a whole afternoon of fun. This idea is headed for my list of must make crafts.
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This simple snowman craft is so easy, and you can make out of a paper plate. Not only is this winter craft adorable, this is also a great way to practice cutting skills. Too cute!
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Borax snowflakes are one of my favorite winter crafts for kids from my museum education days. I love how this cross between a craft and a science project gets a kid’s brain thinking while they create. This craft is so simple, and will have a big wow at the end!
Kids Catching Snowflakes
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I think these cute kids catching snowflakes are so much fun, and a really creative craft for a small group of several kids. I can imagine kids having lots of fun figuring out how to make their craft look like themselves!
Frozen Inspired Olaf Snowman
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If you have a Frozen kid in your house, you are going to want to check out this Frozen Inspired Olaf Snowman. This is a fun twist on a classic snowman made with cotton balls glued together. This winter craft would make a cute door decoration for your kid’s room!
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Ice Cream Skiers
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Your kids will feel like they are hitting the slopes from inside your home. These tiny skiers will be hitting the slopes of your favorite couch cushion or tiny car ramp. Crafts that open the door for creative playtime after making them are some of my favorite.
Felt And Pinecone Owls
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Not all kids’ crafts need to be made out of paper. Check out these adorable felt and pinecone owls. I want to stand these up on my mantle, and my kid will love customizing these cuties.
Silvery Snow Paint
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Sometimes I like to set up an activity that is more open ended so my daughter’s creativity can really flow. This snow paint is the perfect winter craft to bring a little bit of snow fun inside. Extra points because this paint is sparkly.
9 thoughts on “9 Snowy Winter Crafts For Cold Days”
I am just loving these cute craft ideas which are simple yet creative enough to impress the kids. The Snowman Mobile & the frozen Olaf are looking great among these. Would love to try these with my kids.
There’s a lot of great ideas here. I especially like the snowy painted tree. I am definitely going to do this with my daycare kids for sure.
probably woulda been great with all the snowy weather NYC has had the last couple of days.
So many cute ideas here. I love the fake snow paint and will show that to my older daughter. She can whip that up fast. Pine cones are a lot of fun too and you can make a lot of things from them.
So many great ideas. I love doing crafts with my kids and would love to get some winter type crafts done. I think they’d really enjoy all of this!
Pine cone owls are so adorable. I will have to try making these with the kids on the weekend. These are great crafts to try.
That polar bear craft is so adorable. I need to try this with my kiddo.
So many cute ones. We were already planning the Borax Snowflakes for a project. I want to add the owls in as well as the skiers – they are both so cute.
I love the silvery snow paint. That Olaf craft would be popular here.