Christmas Crafts for Kids


Indoor Snowperson
Indoor Snowperson Christmas Craft for Kids
Indoor Snowperson Christmas Craft for Kids

You can make a jolly indoor snowperson for Christmas -- and yes, this snow creature can actually live inside the house!

What You'll Need:

Old newspaper

Black marker

Scissors

Stapler

Old plastic bags

White paint

Paintbrush

Construction paper

Glue

Old hat and scarf

Step 1: Fold 6 double sheets of newspaper in half. With a black marker, draw the outline of a large half circle on the paper.

Step 2: Cut out the circle, and unfold the papers. Do the same for a smaller circle, then another circle smaller than that one. You now have the snowperson's base, body, and head.

Step 3: For each stack of circles, staple the sides together a 1/4 inch in from the sides. Leave about 3 inches of the circle unstapled so you can stuff the circle.

Step 4: Stick your hand inside the circle -- there should be 3 sheets of paper above your hand and 3 below. Stuff the inside of the circles with old plastic bags. Staple the openings closed, and staple the circles on top of each other.

Step 5: Paint the snowperson white, and let it dry. From brown construction paper, cut out "branches" for arms, and staple them to the body. Glue on black paper "coal" eyes and mouth and an orange paper "carrot" nose. Place an old hat on its head, and wind a scarf around its neck.

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