Welcome back to the final day of my series “25 Days of Easy Christmas Crafts for Children”. I’ve had a great time sharing with you and have enjoyed reading your comments. I do hope that you’ve been able find some time to set aside for crafting with your little ones, making memories! I’m hoping to share some other crafts ideas throughout the upcoming year. Some will be for children, but I’ve also got some adult projects that I’d like to try! I’m hoping you’ll join me!
Today’s craft was quite appropriate. The first day of winter was this week and it snowed here on that day (although it didn’t stick)….so what better than making a snowman? Ours is hanging in our front window, greeting each person who passes through the front door.
Now on with today’s craft…….
Cotton Ball Snowman
White paper or paper plates cut in 3 circles of increasing size
Felt scraps or Construction Paper
Staple the circles together so that one is his head and 2 are his body. Glue on cotton balls. Cut out a scarf, buttons, eyes, nose, mouth and hat from felt scraps or construction paper and glue on the snowman.
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