Snowmen Creation Station Snowman Craft

We’re making more snowmen, this time we’re setting up a whole snowmen creation station so if you’re looking for a fun and frugal snowman craft this is it.

We didn’t yet have a chance to play with real snowmen this year, making these has it’s benefits – you won’t freeze while making them ;).

Snowmen Creation Station Snowman Craft for Kids

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As it’s getting colder and colder outside we’re thinking about all things snow more and more (we have quite a few snowman crafts coming out in the next few weeks so be on the lookout).

Snowmen Creation Station Snowman Craft

This little crafty project allows for quite some creativity and is perfect for younger kids. As it’s really an inexpensive craft project and can be easily made in groups this one is also a great classroom craft.

What you need

  • cotton rounds
  • blue paper for background (white for snow if you want)
  • glue
  • decorations (pom poms, googly eyes, paper, scrap fabric, sequin, markers – whatever you can find – adjust the decorations according to age and skills of kids)
  • Making a Snowman Craft

Set up the creations station. Give the kids a blue paper they can work on and cotton rounds. Have them glue the cotton rounds on the paper to form a snowman.

Now let them decorate, there are so many ways they can do it – they could add fabric scarf, real buttons for buttons, orange pom pom for nose and so much more. Let their creativity run free!

More Snowman Crafts for Kids

Like snowmen? We do to! That’s why we made this easy snowman ornament. Need an easy craft for your preschooler or even toddler? Have them make this cotton ball snowman craft. Need something for older kids? Did they ever made pom poms? Let them give it a go and make this pom pom snowman.

Snowman Craft for Kids

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