Good news crafters! A Little Craft In Your Day compiled a list of awesome Snow Themed Craft Projects perfect to take you through the winter season. Bring some of the snowy fun indoors with this roundup of adorable crafts for all ages. When everything is all white outside, it can be very calming and peaceful. But if you can’t get outside to enjoy some snowy activities like building a snowman, going skiing, or heading down the hills on a toboggan – or maybe you live in a warm climate – you can enjoy the beauty of winter with some fun wintery crafts.
Snow Themed Craft Projects
You know we love to come up with amazing craft projects perfect for each season, and these ideas we have for you are our top picks for winter. So, go ahead and scroll down to click each link and see these beautiful, easy-to-make snow-themed craft project ideas.
SNOW FILLED CHRISTMAS SHADOW BOX From Makers Gonna Learn
Don’t you love this gold and white combination with the rustic frame? Grab your die cutting machine and make this Snow Filled Christmas Shadow Box from Makers Gonna Learn.
DIY TERRA COTTA SNOWMAN From A Little Craft In Your Day
This DIY Terra Cotta Snowman is a cute, easy-to-make fun craft for kids, a treat from A Little Craft In Your Day.
WATERLESS SNOW GLOBES From Tidy Mom
Forget the mess. These snow globes have all the beauty of a traditional snow globe but with no water in them, there’s no risk of spilling.
WATERCOLOR AND SALT SNOWFLAKES From Teach Beside Me
These are such a fun activity for the kids! Believe it or not, you can use simple salt and some watercolors to make these pretty textured snowflakes.
TOILET PAPER TUBE SNOWMEN From Frugal Mom Eh
Save those toilet paper tubes and make some adorable snowmen (and women!) from them. Your kids could make an entire family of snow people!
PAPER PLATE SNOWMAN CRAFT From I Heart Crafty Things
If you’ve got some paper plates and scrap materials on hand, you can set them out for the kids to create some super cute snowmen to hang up in your home.
ICICLE WINTER CRAFT From Kindergarten Worksheets And Games
We LOVE these pretty icicles. Grab some chenille stems and some beads and you’re all ready to get crafting. Can’t you just picture rows of them hanging in the window or from your mantel?
DIY SNOWBALLS WITH PIPE CLEANERS From The Country Chic Cottage
What a fun way to make some textured snowballs. These are so pretty. We think they’d be pretty just sitting around or turned into a garland or wreath too.
FROZEN INSPIRED ELSA MAGIC WAND CRAFT From Messy Little Monster
Got some Frozen fans? They’re going to love these Elsa magic wands. We think they’d be pretty displayed in a vase or mason jar too.
TIN CAN SNOWMAN From Practically Functional
How cute is this? What a handsome snowman with his jaunty hat perched on his head! He’s full of personality.
COFFEE FILTER SNOWFLAKES From One Little Project
These are gorgeous. It’s amazing to think they’re made from simple coffee filters. Create a snowstorm in your windows!
EASY PHOTO SNOW GLOBE CRAFT From It’s Always Autumn
These would make a great gift – grandparents, aunts and uncles – anyone would be thrilled to receive one of these photo snow globes.
WINTER TREE PAINTING From Crafts On Sea
You probably have everything you need on hand already to make these pretty winter tree paintings with your kids.
PAPER PLATE SNOWFLAKE YARN ART From I Heart Crafty Things
Yarn and paper plates make for some pretty snowflakes! This is a great way to work on some hand-eye coordination too.
WINTER LUMINARY From Adventure In A Box
These are simply lovely. We can just imagine the tranquility in this scene and would love to place it on display in our homes.
STUNNING 3D SNOWFLAKE CRAFT From Kids Craft Room
These are beautiful! Three dimensional with plenty of texture, hang them everywhere for a touch of winter beauty.
PAPER ROLL SNOWFLAKES From One Little Project
These snowflakes are made from paper towel or toilet paper rolls and are so simple, yet so lovely.
FROSTY PINECONE CRAFT From Kids Craft Room
Give some pine cones a pretty frosted look and then put them in a bowl or vase or hang in your home for some natural beauty.
Don’t you just love these craft projects? There are so many fun ways to bring the best of winter inside.