Melted snowman

Get creative this winter with adorable melted snowman crafts. Discover top ideas to make your own melted snowman decorations and enjoy the magic of the season.
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Melting Snowman Craft

This melting snowman craft made from a wood slice is SO CUTE and really easy to make! You can use a large branch from the yard or buy your wood slices on Amazon. Then decorate the rest of your snowman with simple dollar store supplies. Hang your wood slice snowman ornament on the Christmas tree, or leave off the twine and use it as a mantle decoration. These snowmen also make really fun homemade gifts! This post contains affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something we may earn a…

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An easy melted snowman kids craft and printable poem using a simple puffy paint recipe that uses shaving foam and glue. A fun snow or winter art or literacy project for toddlers and preschoolers as well as older kids. Natal, Snow Crafts, Fun Winter Crafts, January Crafts, Melted Snowman, Snow Theme, Winter Classroom, Winter Art Projects, Winter Preschool

Melted Snowman Craft and Poem

You will love this fun and easy melted snowman craft for kids with (free) printable poem. Use our easy puffy paint recipe made from shaving foam and glue to make a melting snowman. This fun winter craft and literacy project is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers as well as older kids.

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