With colder temperature comes snow, so these crafts are a fun way to celebrate while staying warm!
Every snowflake is unique, and your unique child will love creating these 25 Snowflake Crafts for Kids. Not only are each of these crafts just a little different, they are easily customizable so that your special little one can truly make them their own. Happy Crafting!
25 Snowflake Crafts For Kids
This snowflake window cling is easy to make and your kids will love filling the windows with them this winter!
Twigs can be turned into beautiful snowflakes that can also double as decorations or ornaments.
This snowflake wand is perfect for your little Frozen fan.
This painted snowflake can be made by even the littlest little – with just a little help from you.
Tissues make three dimensional snowflakes that are fun and recraftable.
Via Happy Hooligans
This snowflake sun catcher is gorgeous and made with simple items that you probably already have at home.
Via Kiddie Foodies
Making a snowflake on a mirror is a great way to teach kids about symmetry and create beautiful art at the same time.
Via Happy Hooligans
These glitter-covered q-tips are gorgeous as a snowflake ornament.
Via DIY Cozy Home
These glitter-covered pasta snowflakes are fun to customize and probably the prettiest thing you’ll ever make with pasta.
Via Katy Elliott
These glue-gun snowflakes are so easy to make and your kids are going to love painting them all different colors.
These beautiful, colorful snowflakes are easy enough for any child to make and will be such a colorful addition to your winter decor.
This snowflake is a cut-out of your child’s hand. How fun is that?
Paper straws make great snowflakes, and you could easily make an entire blizzard worth in one afternoon.
Here’s another fun way to make q-tip snowflakes: glue them to paper, or better yet, let your child work on their gluing skills with this one.
Via Crafty Morning
Popsicle stick snowflake ornaments are fun for kids to make and would make great kid-made gifts.
These snowflakes are made in a most unusual way and I can’t believe how beautiful they turned out!
Teach your child some great scissor skills with these cut out coffee filter snowflakes.
Here’s another cute way to use popsicle sticks to make snowflakes: glue jewels, sequins, and even glitter to them. Every single one will be unique.
This snowflake science experiment will give your child something fun to learn, and create.
Let your toddlers play with these cotton ball snowflakes.
Here’s another snowflake science experiment. I wonder how many different shapes you could make with your children?
Via A Girl and A Boy
These giant snowflake decorations are made from popsicle sticks, and perfect for bigger kids who want to craft.
Via Crafty Nest
Work on those fine motor skills by threading beads onto snowflakes with this craft.
Use plastic beads to make gorgeous ironed snowflakes.