Who doesn’t love cute snowman crafts? Kids love them and they are popular long after Christmas is over. A felt board is a great way to engage little ones and it encourages imagination. Snowman crafts are really popular because they are so easy to make your own. Just change hats, noses, scarves and the snowman is different.
Here are just a few of the different ways to dress up the snowman on this felt board we are about to make.
There are full printable instructions at the end of this post. You’ll cover a piece of cardboard with light blue felt to set the background. half of a white sheet is added for the snow, but we don’t glue it down in the center so we can lift the flap a bit to move trees around. As you can see from this picture, you can reposition the snowman by moving the trees.
You’ll make a basic felt snowman and add eyes, mouth and cheeks with a marker. All of the other pieces are made from felt and removable.
Store all your pieces in baggies with a zipper enclosure! Great for travel too.
Other Snowman Crafts
I really like snowman crafts, especially for kids, because you can make them out of just about anything! Think about it. If it’s round or long or even square, you can imagine it as a snowman. Let me show you what I mean. Here are some other snowman crafts made from different shapes.
A cereal box is rectangular. Snowman! Definitely. Here’s a Cereal Box Snowman that I made for Kaboose a few years ago.
Do you remember this snowman craft from a couple months ago? I made snowmen from recycled keys.
How about a square? Check out this Snowman in a Baggie, a fun sensory project for kids.
A craft stick is long and round at both ends. You can make a snowman from that too! Check out this Snowman Thermometer I made for Kaboose (now on Spoonful) a few years back.
Have you ever thought of creating a snowman craft from a triangle? I made this Stuffed Triangle Snowman for Kaboose a few years back (transferred to Spoonful).
This cute stackable snowman is made from cylindrical containers and is perfect for holding toys, cookies, gifts, whatever you want.
Anyway, you get the point. Nothing is safe from me or anyone else turning it into a snowman! ;-) if you are looking for more, there are a ton of snowman crafts on my other blog, Fun Family Crafts. Have fun!