1. No matter how grinchy you’re feeling about living in a winter wonderland, there are two words guaranteed to make you excited about this frigid season: SNOW FORT.
2. Snow fort construction is what snow is intended for. There are so many ways to make one!
6. Do you think that dealing with a giant trashcan is a bit cumbersome? Understandable. Buckets…
10. Of course, the easiest way to make a snow fort is simply by digging in to a snowbank.
Dogs appreciate a quality snow fort just as much as humans do. It’s a fact.
12. Find a naturally occurring snow fort to make things easier still.
No work necessary!
19. And chilling in it doesn’t have to be a daylight only event.
Add a candle for some warmth (light-wise, if not temperature-wise).
20. Fully commit to the ice and snow theme by using an ice votive for your candle.
Learn how to make one of your own here.
21. Use the edge of a shovel to shave away at the snow and create smooth walls.
22. Equip your roof with icicles to threaten away intruders.
Or to emulate a porcupine. Either/or.
24. Even if you’re not going to construct an actual igloo, drawing lines will give the appearance of one.
25. Don’t forget to let your snowman friends in on the fun.
They can protect your precious, painstakingly constructed property…
27. Climb into his butt.
It’s definitely cute and not at all weird.
29. Or go the DIY route and make your own snow paint.
Learn how to make snow paint that you spray here.
Learn how to paint on snow with paintbrushes here.
Learn how to make snow paint that you squeeze here.
30. And if you’re feeling REALLY ambitious, you can make the most colorful, most beautiful snow fort of all.
First you need a ton of cartons + water + food coloring.
Freeze those cartons up and it’s time to build. Snow is your cement.
Soon enough (or not so soon enough) you’ll be making every single one of your neighbors jealous.
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