23 DIY Projects Inspired By Snow

Stay warm and cozy even while a storm rages outside. Hot cocoa optional, but very highly recommended (spiked, if need be).

1. Mason Jar Snow Globe

Tutorial here.

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2. Snow Nails

Directions here.

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3. Snowman Cake Pops

Directions here (in Dutch).

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4. Snowflake Necklace

Directions here.

ID: 873537

5. Miniature Popsicle Stick Sleds

Directions here.

ID: 873228

6. Gingerbread Snowflakes

Directions here.

ID: 873469

7. Bath Snow

To make any tub festive. Directions here.

ID: 873440

8. Knitted Mochimochi Snowmen

Pattern available on Ravelry.

ID: 873517

9. Coffee Filter Snowflakes

Directions here.

ID: 873488

10. Snow Cone Garland

Wrong season, right idea. Directions here.

ID: 873434

11. Snowflake Lunch

This works whether your kids (or you) get to stay home or not. Directions here.

ID: 873466

12. Felt Snowball Ornaments

Perfect for Christmas or any other time of year you want a little cheer. Directions from The Purl Bee.

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13. Snow Monster Cupcakes

Bumble was just misunderstood. Find out how to make these from Sugar Swings.

ID: 873451

14. Sweet Tortilla Snowflakes

Directions here.

ID: 873504

15. Stemware Snowglobe

Directions here.

ID: 873541

16. Chevron Paper Snowflakes

Directions here.

ID: 873480

17. Crocheted Snowflake Blanket

Pattern available from Berroco.

ID: 873497

18. Indoor Snowball Fight

Instructions here.

ID: 873411

19. When it’s stopped storming and you can venture outside, try making a variation on a boring old snowman, like this snow skull.

Use a shovel with a sharp edge to smooth corners and hollow out the eyes and nose.

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20. Snow Walrus

Will definitely require a stepladder and/or parent.

ID: 873408

21. Snow Castle

Apparently this one involves a variety of tools, so you may want to leave it to the professionals. Good inspiration, though.

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22. Rainbow Igloo

It was made with about 500 milk cartons. You’ve probably got at least that many lying around, right?

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23. Snow Writing

Just use food coloring (you can dilute it with water if you want to make it last longer). The best part about this project is anyone can do it, no matter how small.

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