Winter Bucket List
Making winter memories before it kicks the bucket~!
made these snowballs by dipping syrofoam balls into a bowl of watered-down white glue and then rolling them in another bowl of clear glitter. We used bamboo skewers (sticks) to hold onto them and stuck them into a block of styrofoam to dry. The glitter will get clumpy from the glue…but that’s good, it give the “snowballs” a more realistic look.
Christmas at the Farmhouse! | Sugar Pie Farmhouse
Use a Low Temperature Hot Glue Gun to Make Snowflakes on your Windows!
Create Mittens and Pouches [Tutorial]
create 3D snowflakes for decoration
spray bottles (I bought small spray bottles brand-new from The Container Store the last time we went through St. Louis, just to have on hand for art projects like this) tap water liquid food coloring (not the professional-quality food coloring that you use for, you know, food, but the cheap-o McCormick stuff, which is really good for crafts)
Choose a winter theme Glistening snow inspired this mantel, right down to the lacy evergreens frosted with spray-on snow. A mini snowball garland and snowflake ornaments nestle in the branches, while glitter letters and stars dress the mirror and mini trees (created with foam tree forms and evergreen branches). Ice skates stand in for stockings to hold small gifts.
Create a Beautiful Snow Mantel
Carnival Picture – Fireworks Wallpaper – National Geographic Photo of the Day
When it snows, have a family celebration at night with fireworks