If your kids are stuck inside because of winter weather (and you are stuck inside with them), you will be thankful if you have some creative activities on hand to keep the boredom away. Cut out the pieces of this adorable build your own snowman printables to have hours of fun creating your own snowmen! This is a simple and fun project to keep your kids busy over Winter Break.
BUILD YOUR OWN SNOWMAN PRINTABLES
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE PAPER SNOWMEN
If you have a printer and a pair of scissors, you are on your way to a creative activity your kids will love. I created plenty of fun accessories for your snowman, so you and your kids can dress it up however you would like!
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PRINTING THE PAPER SNOWMAN
First, save the printable (linked in the supply list above) to your computer. Next, load your color printer with high-quality printer paper. I really like the HP stuff, but any heavier weight paper will work. Print the printable at the best print quality. Then cut out the snowman shapes with a pair of detail scissors. Little hands can probably help with the body, but an adult will need to do the smaller pieces.
If you own a Cricut machine, you can use this Design Space canvas to use the print and cut feature. First, you will send the file to your printer. Then place that printed paper onto a cutting mat. Your Cricut will read the registration marks and print right along all of the lines of the printable. This saves you tons of cutting time.
Once all of your pieces are cut out, it’s time to get creative! Mix and match the accessories to create dozens of different snowpeople!
If you have access to a laminator, you can protect all the pieces and turn this into a game your kids can use from year to year.
Your kids will love creating new fun snowman designs. If you find one design you really love, just glue the pieces in place with a bit of craft glue or a glue stick.
This post originally appeared on Crafts By Amanda.
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Thank you. These snowmen are perfect. My grandchildren ages ranging from 19-3 love all these projects I collect from you.