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Olaf the Sock Snowman

Olaf the Sock Snowman Kids love getting their hands on Frozen-inspired crafts. This Olaf the Sock Snowman is such an adorable craft! Your kids will be delighted by the unexpected materials that they will get to use to create the most popular character in Frozen. Snowman crafts are always fun around the holiday season, but Olaf the snowman crafts are even better! The great thing about this awesome craft idea is that it comes with a free printable. Your little ones can print out the template and get to crafting as soon as possible.


Toilet Paper Roll Olaf the Snowman

Toilet Paper Roll Olaf the Snowman Making Olaf crafts are the number one way to celebrate your love for the movie Frozen. This Toilet Paper Roll Olaf the Snowman is a wonderfully thrifty kids' craft idea that your little ones will love to make. Toilet paper roll crafts are essentially cost-free, and this lovely little snowman is no exception. Kids can whip up their own Olaf in a matter of minutes, so he'll be ready to play in no time at all.


Rustic Wreath Snowman Craft

Rustic Wreath Snowman Craft Keep Frosty alive all winter long by making a snowman kids' craft that won't melt. The Rustic Wreath Snowman Craft is an adorable way to celebrate the snow even when the sun is shining. The cool, outdoorsy feel given by the branches and the twiggy wreaths is the perfect way to bring the winter inside rather than going out into the cold. Make multiple snowmen if you want to use them to play, which would be a definite blast. Frosty will be more talkative and dance-y than ever when you're speaking for him.


Colorful Newspaper Snowflakes

Colorful Newspaper Snowflakes Beating the winter blues has never been so beautiful. These Colorful Newspaper Snowflakes are one of the best winter crafts for kids, since there's really no wrong way to make them. Crafts with newspaper are super thrifty, too, so you won't have to spend a penny to make these easy winter crafts for kids. This tutorial will even teach you how to make paper snowflakes! Colorful Newspaper Snowflakes are bound to brighten even the gloomiest winter days.


Precious Plastic Penguins

Precious Plastic Penguins Cozying up doesn't get any cuter than with the Precious Plastic Penguins. These environmentally and budget-friendly plastic bottle crafts are fun for all ages. It doesn't matter if your penguin is perfect because all animals are unique just like people are. Don't seal the penguin if you want to give it as a gift filled with candy. Otherwise, these penguin crafts for kids can serve as heart-melting decorations that you'll want to keep out on display year round.


Quick n' Easy Clay Pot Snowman

Quick n Easy Clay Pot Snowman Transform your leftover clay pots into one of the cutest snowman crafts you'll ever see. The Quick n' Easy Clay Pot Snowman is the perfect winter craft for kids to decorate the home. You and your little ones will love designing your own snowman from head to toe. Whether you place your Quick n' Easy Clay Pot Snowman indoors or out, he is the perfect accent for the snowy season.


Toilet Roll Snowman

Toilet Roll Snowman Frosty may have been the jolliest snowman in town, but this winter craft for kids is definitely the thriftiest. The Toilet Roll Snowman is the perfect snowman craft for preschoolers because it's super easy to make, but it's also super adorable. In addition to using up your toilet paper rolls for this recycled craft, you can also use up your fabric scraps or any old socks you no longer wear. Make this toilet paper roll craft now so you can decorate your house with it all winter long.


Nutter Butter Penguins

Nutter Butter Penguins These Nutter Butter Penguins are the sweetest treats to ever come out of the South Pole! You might think these kids' winter crafts are too cute to eat, but once you try one, you might be tempted to eat the whole batch. Nutter Butter Penguins are such fun edible crafts for kids that you'll want to make them even after winter is over. You could even make these yummy cookies as easy Christmas treats to bring to a party.


Frosty Windows

Frosty Windows It's so exciting to look outside on a winter day and see frost on your window. Keep that excitement alive no matter what the weather is by painting Frosty Windows. This fun winter craft for kids is nearly costless, which means that you can paint and paint until your windows are perfectly frosted. Write a message to the neighbors or design a realistic-looking snowy frost. Whatever you write, the joy of the winter months will stay with you.


Snowman Candy Cup

Snowman Candy Cup Anything involving candy makes the days a bit brighter and the nights a bit cozier, so the Snowman Candy Cup is a perfect winter craft for kids. Give one to all of your friends and make their days full of love and candy before winter vacation as a way of saying, "stay sweet!" Enjoy this wonderfully whimsical winter treat. These adorable cups won't take long at all to make, so they work great for classroom holiday parties.


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