These charming snowman crafts are the perfect projects for adults to make this winter. You’ll find a variety of ideas for all crafting styles and levels!
The holidays are over, but the snow is still there. Embrace snowman-making season with these cute craft ideas.
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With the prized holiday of Christmas being the highlight of the winter season, it can sometimes be hard to see past the tree and light decor. However, once the holiday has come and gone and the Christmas decorations have been put away, there are still many ways to spruce up your home to carry through the winter season.
If you’re not done decorating for the holiday season, here are some adorable snowmen crafts you can make!
I love to decorate and craft for the winter. Living in an area where winter depression is sure to set in, it’s nice to create a hygge home with crafts that uplift our living space.
WHY MAKE A SNOWMAN CRAFT?
If you’ve never considered decorating for the season and outside the popular holidays, making a snowman craft will help you ease into the idea of doing it.
For example, most people may decorate their front door with a Christmas wreath. However, once December 25th has come and gone, it’s not so festive anymore.
This is where something like my winter pom pom wreath would come in handy. It’s the perfect way to transition your seasonal and holiday decor.
SNOWMAN CRAFTS AND DIY SNOWMAN DECOR
I searched high and low for the best snowman project ideas and here are my top picks.
I’m all about using what’s in my craft stash and this upcycled cork snowman craft does just that. With just a few supplies, you’ll have your own wine cork snowman in no time.
Looking for a unique and inexpensive gift this winter? These cute little snowmen are made from dollar store wooden spoons. This snowman craft is easy to make and will make a big impression to the person on the receiving end.
There’s no stitching required with this embroidery project. Instead, you’ll use cotton lace dollies to create a super cute and stylish snowman craft.
Dollar Store mixing bowls, acrylic paint, and a few other miscellaneous decorating supplies come together to make this door hanger. It’s sure to be the center of attention and topic of conversation by your guests.
What makes this craft so easy (and cute) is the fact that you’re using a foam board. The cutout pieces are painted and layered to give this project an overall amazing look.
Before you toss your old books or consider giving them away, hang on to a few to repurpose and se to make some of these book page snowman ornaments.
Turn your mason jar lids into something that is cute, festive, and so much fun to make. This makes the perfect craft idea for a craft night with buddies.
What makes this so unique are not just the wood rounds, but the fact that you’ll get multiple seasonal uses for it. One side is painted for winter (the snowman) and the other has pumpkins for fall. It’s a win-win!
I personally love crafting with yarn so this yarn snowman hanger is one I personally would like to try. Not to mention, it doesn’t call for too many supplies and some of them you may already have on hand.
Socks are the highlight of this cute snowman craft and you’re sure to have a few lying around you can use (you know the ones who miraculously lose their match after the last load of laundry).
Don’t let the thought of carving a book intimidate you. With a sharp exacto knife, you’ll be able to create your own book carved snowman in no time.
This vintage lid snowman will add the perfect touch to your winter decor. Whether you use it to decorate your porch or spruce up a wooden fence line, it will surely turn a few heads.
Two different sized wreath forms, a winter hat and scarf, winter floral pick, and loop yarn are the only supplies you need to make this cute and festive door wreath.
Evergreen always screams all things winter so it’s not wonder why a wreath like this would be an ideal craft to make for your winter decor.
The bright and welcoming colors of this snowball snowman wreath will brigthen up any door. Oh, and did I mention how easy it is to make?
Porch signs are a great way to add a creative touch your entry space. This hand-painted snowman sign is the perfect option to keep the winter season alive long after the holidays.
17. BUTTON SNOWMAN
Grab some buttons and wood piece to make this cute button snowman craft. It’s the perfect way to make use of your growing supply of buttons.
18. CLAY POT SNOWMAN
The next time you’re at the Dollar Tree, pick up a few extra clay pots and a pack of wood beads to make your own clay pot snowman. Add white acrylic paint, a few buttons, and pieces of fabric for the hat and scarf. Whoolah!
The highlight of this super easy snowman craft are clothespins. Other than that all you’ll need is paint and fabric pieces and you’re ready to go!
Cute pom poms in the shape of snowmen come together to make a wreath that is just to cute to not comment on (and try)!
21. FABRIC SNOWMAN
If you have a farmhouse or natural theme going in your home, then this is the perfect snowman project to try. It will mesh perfectly and help you be festive for the winter season.
BONUS: DIY SNOWMAN CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT CRAFTS
Grab some Jenga pieces (or Tumbling Tower Games, as they’re known at the Dollar Tree) and get a jump-start on your Christmas crafting for next season. These DIY snowman ornaments are SO easy to make!