First up, this adorable snowman doorhanger (or ornament) inspired by The Happy Home Fairy (click for instructions).
Car got a little crazy with the black paint and painted more than she intended, but I think it turned out super cute--in fact, I liked hers (the one on the left) better than Roger's.
Next, we have this sweet torn paper snowman.
These 2x4 snowmen were one of my all time favorite projects.
Click here for instructions.
Isn't this snowglobe snowman cute?No Time for Flashcards to learn how to make your own.
I love repurposing trash to make crafts--what could be better than free craft supplies? Use bottlecaps to make this snowman ornament, or turn it into a magnet.
She Who Makes for instructions.
Oh my goodness! When I learned that this cutie was made out of shaving cream (remember how much fun we had with the shaving cream?) I knew I just had to try it. Unfortunately, Roger made one at preschool and now he doesn't want to make one with me!
I'm a sucker for TP roll crafts--again: free craft supplies.
Use cotton balls and some odds and ends to build a snowman while reading There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow.
Stuff by Ash.
...Aaaand...a bonus--not really a craft, but a fun family activity involving snowmen. Why not put together an Snowman Kit (Just Add Snow)? Place a hat, scarf, some buttons or pom poms, rocks, and a (fake) carrot nose in a cute box or drawstring bag.
Something To Do for an example of what to include.
That's it my friends! Have fun snowman making (with or without actual snow!)