If you’re stuck inside with the kids for way longer than you’d like because of the winter weather, we’ve got the perfect activity for you!
Learn how to make this simple popsicle stick snowman craft this winter. These little snowman ornaments are the perfect way to keep kids entertained and away from screens.
It’s a fun winter craft idea that’s best suited for young children in preschool, kindergarten and elementary school. All you need are a few common craft supplies that are probably already in your closet.
What You Need:
jumbo popsicle sticks white yarn/string orange craft foam scissors glue google eyes srap fabric black buttons baker's twine
Glue the three popsicle sticks together by squeezing a thin line of glue between each stick and pushing them together. To reinforce these sticks, cut smaller sections of popsicle sticks and glue them horizontally along the back of the 3 sticks. Let them dry completely before moving on.
Paint the ends of the dried popsicle sticks white and let dry.
Use the white yarn to wrap the entire middle section of popsicle sticks, leaving only about .5″ of popsicle sticks exposed. Tie it to the back.
Cut a strip of fabric or use a ribbon and tie it around where the snowman's neck
Cut out a triangle nose from the orange craft foam for the snowman’s nose. Glue this slightly above the scarf.
Take the googly eyes and glue them right above the orange nose.
Position two black buttons beneath the scarf, in the middle of the popsicle stick snowman and glue into place.
Optional: If you want to turn this craft into a DIY ornament, take your baker’s twine, make a loop and glue it to the back of the snowman.