Children can make this cotton ball stamped snowman craft to celebrate winter. Since we don’t have snow in Florida, this is one of the only ways to make a snowman with my kids. If you’re having a rough winter, this is a great indoor activity that helps kids work on their fine motor skills. A free template is included with this art project. Continue reading to see how easy it is to create this adorable snowman craft.
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Supplies for Cotton Ball Stamped Snowman
- Masking tape
- Cotton balls
- Black marker
- Paint palette or paper plate
- Snowman template
- Cricut (optional)
- First, download the FREE snowman template then print and cut. (see supplies)
- Next, attach the snowman template to white cardstock using masking tape.
- Add different shades of blue paint to a paper plate or paint palette.
- Let your child stick one cotton ball in between a clothespin. Have them dip it in the paint them stamp around the snowman.
- Remove the snowman from the white cardstock and allow it to dry.
- While the paint is drying, cut out a triangular nose using orange cardstock. Then cut rectangles out of any color paper to create a scarf for your snowman. If you have a Cricut, search for different snowman noses and scarves then cut.
- Finally, glue the scarf and nose on your snowman. Then use a black marker to draw the eyes and mouth.
Watch the video below to see how to make this cotton ball stamped snowman craft for kids. Make sure to follow me on YouTube for more fun content!
You can find these adorable books featuring a snowman on Amazon (As an Amazon Associate, I’ll earn a commission, at no additional cost to you. This only applies if you click through and make a purchase. Thank you for your support!), your local library or visit a local book shop.
- 100 Snowmen by Jen Arena
- Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner
- The Giving Snowman by Julia Zheng
- Sneezy the Snowman by Maureen Wright
- Chilly, The Brave Snowman by Tink’s Creation
- Snowmen at Work by Caralyn Buehner
- Freddie The Farting Snowman by Jane Bexley
- The Biggest Snowman Ever by Steven Kroll
- How to Catch a Snowman by Adam Wallace
- The Magic of Friendship Snow by Andi Cann
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