5 Art and Craft Projects to Celebrate Winter


Looking for some fun crafts to celebrate Winter? Need a few good cures for cabin fever?? Here are some of our favorite “go-to” projects to bring some snowy fun to your day!

1. Winter Tree Silhouette — Featured in the latest issue of Create with Me magazine (a BEAUTIFUL publication), this is one of Emily’s favorite watercolor projects. Simple, and with stunning results!

2. Easy Icicle Craft — Super-simple, very frugal, and lots of fun!!

3. Winter Window Display — No snow where you live? This Winter window display can help!

4. Easy Lacy Snowflakes – Beautiful!!

5. Snow Garland — Make a festive garland with reinforcement stickers and string. Added bonus — if there is a slight breeze, it looks like it’s snowing!

Have fun!!

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Comments

  1. Dear Valerie,

    I can’t believe that we have had NO SNOW THIS WINTER! We’ve only had snow on Halloween!

    Love,
    Mark

  2. LOVE the winter tree silhouette! How lovely! :)

  3. Emily is getting famous :) Love the winter silhouette!

  4. I absolutley love your blog it is so inspiring so much so I am going to make everything with my daughter for her doodlebop themed birthday party which is hard because in the UK there is nothing you can buy which is doodlebop related. Whilst I was in the pound shop today seeing if I could find anything relevent I came across their colours and now thats going to be my theme and to my surprise I ended up getting so many things and have so many ideas. Reading all your posts has kicked started my kiddy imagination and me and my daughter are having so much fun making and creating even when things dont turn out like they where planned like the snowmen we made around xmas out of toilet rolls and cotton wool balls but she loved how they turned out and we had fun and that was the main thing. You can check them out on my blog http://www.greekghanamix.blogspot.com I now keep everthing from jars to card to lids to ribbon to broken up toys and when we need an activity sometimes just looking in our recycled craft box is inspiration too (“,)

  5. I love your blog. I just found it and it looks like so much fun. I have a 2 and 4 year old daughters that I know would love to do many of your activities. I’m following you now. Thanks

  6. Hey. I love doing crafts at home and also teach younger kids and I love ur site for great ideas. I’d live to get my hands on the magazine. Where cann I get it? I stay in Africa and have no access to any such magazines. Do u have an e version? Lemme know pls