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25 Snowman Crafts, Activities and Treats – Happy Hooligans

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Snowman season is almost here, and to ring it in, I’ve rounded up a bunch of unbelievably cute SNOWMAN CRAFTS, ACTIVITIES AND RECIPES for you and your kids to try this winter!

In this collection, you’ll find 25 easy and adorable snowman crafts, oh-so-cute holiday treats, and unique snowman activities to keep the kids busy when the snow starts flying. Enjoy!

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25 Snowman Crafts, Activities & Treats for All Ages

button snowmenDig out the button collection and make a set of snowman Christmas cards. – Scrappin’ with Dee Dee.

These “melting snowman” ornaments are really easy to make, and so darn cute! – Occasionally Crafty

Make an adorable button snowman with buttons, ribbon and twine. – funEZcrafts

These snowman cheese strings would be perfect in a lunch box or as a class party treat. – No Biggie

Hot chocolate is always a treat after a play in the snow. Snowman hot chocolate is even better! – Meet the Dubiens

Our snowman activity tray keeps the toddlers and preschoolers busy for ages. – Happy Hooligans

Craft stick snowmen look adorable on the Christmas tree. – Happy Hooligans

These toilet roll snowmen are too cute for words.  It’s one of my favourite snowman crafts ever. – Happy Hooligans

Brighten up a winter night with these simple glowing snowmen. – Stuff by Ash

Light up the tree with a bunch of tea light snowman ornaments. – Paging Fun Mums

This Mason Jar Lid Snowman makes a cute Christmas tree ornament or a great way to top a mason jar gift.

Upcycle a toilet roll into a snowman Christmas tree ornament. – Happy Hooligans

Make snowman faces with a styrofoam produce tray and a few crafty odds and ends. – Happy Hooligans

We used scraps of fleece and quilt batting to make these sweet, cardboard roll snowmen. – Happy Hooligans

Woohoo!  A snowman fridge!  How cool is that?  – Hands On: As We Grow

Oreo Snowman Pops!  Perfect for a kids’ Christmas party, or use them as gift-toppers. – The Idea Room

Nutter Butter snowman cookies would make a great holiday party treat. – My Pretty Purse

Who needs carrots and coal?  Decorate a snowman with sticks and stones found around the yard.  – Happy Hooligans

Little ones can observe the melting process with this snowman in a bag experiment. – Teach Preschool.

If you’re not up to building a full-size snowman, make some miniature potato head snowmen instead. – Happy Hooligans

Don’t throw out your scratched discs!  Make these easy CD snowman ornaments for the Christmas tree! – Happy Hooligans

An Olaf sock-snowman would be terrific to tuck into the stocking of a “Frozen” fan. – One Creative Mommy

Grab a handful of craft sticks and make a snowman door-hanger. – Happy Home Fairy

Put your baby food jars to good use, and make some these cute, little snowman ornaments. – Crazy Little Projects
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Kids will love this magic foaming dough snowman experiment.  Check it out.  You can make a foaming Olaf too! – Fun at Home with Kids

Package up some snowman play dough for party favours, stocking-stuffers or gifts for the classroom. –  No Time for Flashcards

And don’t forget these plastic spoon snowmen by Crafts by Amanda! Wouldn’t they be cute on a table top or a mantel?

And one more bonus craft that doubles as a fall and winter display for your front porch! Check out this reversible scarecrow and snowman pallet from Crafts by Amanda!

And there you have it!  Lots of snowman inspiration to keep the kids happy and busy this winter!

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Jackie is a mom, wife, home daycare provider, and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in kids’ crafts and activities, easy recipes, and parenting. In 1997, Jackie stepped out of the corporate world to start a family and to open her own home daycare. She began blogging in 2011, and today, Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and Early Years Professionals all over the globe.

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