28 Snowman Crafts You Absolutely Need This Winter

Sometimes the endless snow of winter can really dampen a person’s spirit. Whether the stress of the holidays is getting to you or you’ve got the infamous post-Christmas blues, these cheery snowman crafts will add some much-needed crafting therapy to your life. You may want to create snowman ornaments to brighten your tree, or unwind from that visit from the in-laws with a crochet snowman pattern. Whatever your wish, you’ll find an answer here with these spectacular and adorable snowmen.

28 Snowman Crafts You Absolutely Need This Winter

When you’re all done with your designing ornaments or crocheting up a snowstorm, check out the lovely snowman cards and snowman DIY Christmas gifts to give your friends and family something special during the holiday season. There’s something here for everyone on your list, whether it’s the hot chocolate fanatic or the earring enthusiast in your life.

Snowman Ornaments

Snowman Glass Ornaments

  1. Vintage Snowman Ornament
  2. Paper Snowman DIY Ornaments – new!
  3. Antique Snowman Ornament
  4. Snowman Glass Ornaments – shown!
  5. Believe Snowman Christmas Ornament
  6. Glitzy Snowman Ornaments
  7. Cinnamon Dough Ornaments

Knit and Crochet Snowman Patterns

Mr. and Mrs. Snowman

  1. Mr. and Mrs. Snowman – shown!
  2. Crochet Frosty the Snowman
  3. Winter Snowman Dishcloth
  4. Knit Snowman Family
  5. Frostie the Snowman Beanie Pattern
  6. Smiling Snowman Jar Cozy – I totally want to make this!
  7. Frozen Olaf Doll

Snowman Cards

Post It Note Snowman Craft

  1. Geo Snowman Card
  2. Pop-Up Snowman Card – my favorite!
  3. Post It Note Snowman Craft – shown!
  4. Smiling Snowman Card
  5. You Melt My Heart Snowman Shaker Card – this one is as precious as it sounds.
  6. Snowman DIY Christmas Stationery
  7. Holiday Greeting Card

Snowman DIY Christmas Gifts

North Pole Snowman Cocoa

  1. Snowman Brooch
  2. DIY Snowman Decorated Candle
  3. North Pole Snowman Cocoa – shown!
  4. Faux Pearl Snowman Earrings
  5. Snowman Jar DIY Christmas Gift
  6. Snowman Belly Jars – what a cute idea!
  7. Cozy Canned Cocoa Snowman

32 Snowman Christmas Crafts


If you need more snowman fun, then check out this festive and fabulous list of 32 Snowman Christmas Crafts.


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Snow Need to Flake Out – 14 Snowflake Crafts & Giveaway

Get your snow gear ready because AllFreeChristmasCrafts has a blizzard of snowflake and snowmen crafts that you have to try. Now, we all know that the winter can feel a little dreary at times. However, there is a way to add some cheer to this frosty season. We’re talking about snow. No, not the freezing fluffy white stuff outside, but adorable crochet snowflake and snowmen crafts. With these projects, you get the best of both worlds: the beauty of snow without the bitter cold.

Wear snowflake scarves and sweaters so that you can stay warm and stylish when the temperature begins to drop. Snuggle up in a comfy sweater near the fire or accessorize with a trendy scarf for those moments when you have to venture outside. Snowflake clothes aren’t your thing? No worries, we have plenty of other snow-spired projects. What about decorations to make a winter wonderland in your home? Or, chilly ornaments and snowmen to add even more snowflake fun to your home?  We’ll admit that we’re suckers for anything remotely reminiscent of Frosty the Snowman because he’s just so darn cute. If you feel the same as us, then you’re going to be blown away at the Frosty-inspired crochet projects we found. Whether you prefer snowflakes or snowmen, we know there’s something here for you!


Wear Your SnowflakeFalling Snowflakes Sweater

Get warm and cozy with a snowflake sweater or scarf. Picture yourself curled up on the couch in your handmade sweater, drinking a warm cup of hot cocoa while reading a book as it lightly snows outside your window. Sounds pretty relaxing, right? We think so, too. Stay warm this winter and crochet your own cold-weather clothes!

  1. Cascading Snowflakes Crochet Scarf
  2. Falling Snowflakes Sweater





Snowflake OrnamentsSparkly Crochet Snowflake Ornament

Create unique homemade Christmas ornaments for your tree this year. The designs of these crochet snowflake ornaments are all unique because we all know that no two snowflakes are the same.

  1. Picot Loops Crochet Snowflake
  2. Crochet Snowflake Ornament
  3. Sparkly Crochet Snowflake Ornament






Mr. and Mrs. SnowmanFrosty the Snowman Inspiration

Last, but certainly not least, are our frost-spired crochet snowmen. Everyone loves jolly Frosty the Snowman, so why not get a little creative and crochet some of these happy little guys? Great to use as decorations around the home, these crafts are too cute to pass up!

1. Crochet Snowman Family
2. Crochet Snowman Jar Cozy
3. Mr. and Mrs. Snowman
4. Frosty the Snowman Tea Cozy
5. Crochet Frosty the Snowman




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Win 99 Snowflakes Volume 2, a book full of stunning crochet snowflake patterns, from the light, large, and lacy, to the solid, small, and compact.

With the patterns in this book, you can learn how to make frosty decorations like:

  1. Chilly Snowman Christmas Stocking
  2. Crochet Snowflake Garland
  3. Upcycled Crocheted Doily Snowflake Garland/Bunting

The deadline to enter is July 8, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time, so enter today for your chance to win!






Roll Out the Red Carpet: 10 Frozen-Inspired Crafts

Have you seen Disney’s latest animated film, Frozen? The Oscar-nominated film tells the story of two sisters attempting to find their place in the world and come into their own. As you might have guessed from the title, it takes place in a land that is experiencing a raging winter, including piles upon piles of snow and freezing temperatures. Kind of like Chicago this year (and Canada every year).

Although this film breaks from a few typical Disney characteristics, it heralds back to the animated musicals that made Disney, well, Disney. One of my favorite songs from the film has to be “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” It’s just too cute! As a bit of movie nut, I felt inspired by the films beautiful winter wonderland animations. From the ice castle to the glistening white snow-topped trees, I had so much “craftspiration” from the film, I just had to share it with you.

While we may not be able to turn our house into literal ice (I’m not so sure we’d like to), we can make a few beautifully frosted and snow-covered crafts to make us feel like we’re in the movie. We’ve got winter wonderland snow globes and frosted luminaries, to a few snowman crafts in honor of one of the film’s most lovable characters, Olaf the Snowman.

Let’s roll out the carpet for some of these Frozen-inspired crafts from AllFreeChristmasCrafts:

Winter wonderland crafts: Frosted Snowflake Luminaries

Stunning Frosted Mason Jar Luminaries
Chic Mason Jar Snow Globes
Winter Wonderland Bottles
Frosted Snowflake Luminaries
Frosted Glass Ball Wreath




Make your own Olaf with these snowman crafts: Super Cute Snowman DIY Wreath

Mini Knit Snowman
Darling Snowman in a Jar
Super Cute Snowman DIY Wreath
Adorable Poufy Snowman
Snow Much Fun Snow People





Looking for more “craftspriation”?

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What’s Hot: Snowman Crafts

What's Hot: Snowman CraftsNot literally hot! Snowman crafts have been the most popular projects on AllFreeChristmasCrafts.com, and it’s no wonder why! Snowmen are not only a fantastic winter icon, but we have some of the cutest snowman crafts around. Whether you need a new craft for your kids or a new decoration for the door, these crazy cute snowmen are the best Christmas crafts for your home. The greatest part about snowman Christmas crafts is that these decorations can be left up all winter. I know I get sad when we take our Christmas decorations down shortly after New Years Day. However, snowman decorations can stay up until March if you want! Hop on the latest crafting trend and make some of these fantastic snowman crafts.

Yarn Snowman

Crazy Cute Snowman Crafts

  1. Adorable Old Fashioned Snowman
  2. Fuzzy Yarn Snowman
  3. Sunburst Snowman Wreath
  4. Poufy Snowman
  5. Smiley Snowman Ornament
  6. Salt Dough Snowmen
  7. Two Snow-Babies in a Basket
  8. ‘Tis the Season Snowman Door Hanger
  9. Creamer Bottle Snowman

These snowman crafts will not only make your Christmas merry and bright, but they will add a festive feel throughout the entire winter season! Decorate your home with a classic craft. If there isn’t snow on the ground, you can make your own snowmen at any given point with these snowman crafts.

For more adorable snowman crafts, be sure to check out our full collection of superb snowmen on AllFreeChristmasCrafts.com!


Snowflakes, Sunbursts, and Stars

Speaking of snowmen. . . .

Snowmen can’t exist without snowflakes! Be sure to craft up some spectacular snow crystals with the very first giveaway from our sister site, AllFreePaperCrafts.com: Snowflakes, Sunbursts, and Stars. Authors Ayako Brodek and Shannon Voigt provide innovative origami, quilling, and kirigami paper crafting techniques in this wonderful book. Contest ends 11/24/2013. Enter here to win!

When was the last time you made a snowman in the snow?






Get Creative with Sensational Snow Craft Ideas!

It’s finally starting to get a little chilly outside, so we at AllFreeChristmasCrafts have the cold on our minds! We absolutely love snow crafts, and part of why we love them so much is because they aren’t just for Christmas! Many snow crafts are great to leave up throughout the winter. After all, it’s always a little sad to take down Christmas decorations after the holiday passes, so why not craft something that can stay up through March?

Snowflake Crafts

Crochet Snowflake GarlandDIY snowflakes are easy and fun Christmas crafts. They’re perfect for the whole family because most of us have been cutting snowflakes out of paper since we were little! Snowflake crafts can range from the truly difficult to the truly basic. This Crochet Snowflake Garland is a little more difficult than simply cutting patterns out of paper, but we have tutorials for even the most basic snowflake crafts. It’s true that no two snowflakes are the same, and these craft ideas are truly unique!

Homemade Snow Globes

Adorable Mini Snow Globe NecklaceSnow globes are completely classic Christmas decorations, and they are each snow unique! You can put anything you like inside the glass jar. From the traditional evergreen trees to protected family photos to even little figurines of cartoon characters, snow globes can be perfectly tailored to any home decor. In fact, they aren’t just for decorating your home! This Adorable Mini Snow Globe Necklace is a precious accessory for your next Christmas gathering! Learn how to make your own homemade snow globes with any of these fabulous tutorials.

Snowman Craft Ideas

Salt Dough SnowmenSnowmen are fun to build when the snow is perfect for packing, but what about when snow isn’t on the ground yet? And if the snow is too powdery, that’s no good for building snowmen, either. Keep snowmen around all winter when you make snowmen inside your home! These snowman craft ideas are great crafts for kids and for parents! Take these Salt Dough Snowmen for example. Mom can make the salt dough, and the kids can have fun sculpting the snowmen and adding faces, hats, and scarves!



For more fabulous snow craft ideas, be sure to download our FREE eBook, “Winter Wonderland: How to Make 8 Snowflakes, Snow Crafts, and Snow Projects.”




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In Case You Missed It: “Winter Wonderland: How to Make 8 Snowflakes, Snow Crafts, and Snow Projects”

Winter’s not quite over yet, which means there’s still time to celebrate part of what makes it so special for many of us; the snow! Whether you got 2 feet, 2 inches, or nothing at all, you can appreciate how important snow is to winter, which makes it the perfect source of inspiration for some late-winter crafting. That’s why the editors at AllFreeChristmasCrafts have put together a brand new eBook to bring the beauty of a white Christmas into your home during any time of year. Get your copy of Winter Wonderland: How to Make 8 Snowflakes, Snow Crafts, and Snow Projects for all of the crafting fun (without the cold!).


Not only does our new eBook include ways to decorate your home with snowflakes, but also how to make a snow globe that’s mess-free and recyclable, and a few adorable craft snowmen that won’t melt once spring comes. There’s a bead craft, a free Christmas crochet pattern, and plenty of thrifty ways to create snow craft projects on a budget. Each of the designers who provided a project have their own approach to winter crafts which makes every page in this eBook very valuable for your crafting skills.

What you’ll find in this eBook:

Wooden Snowman Snowflake – Now you can combine your love for craft snowman and snowflake crafts into one adorable Christmas ornament craft. Artistic crafters will appreciate the quality of this handmade Christmas ornament, and those looking for something they can make in sets will be pleased to see how inexpensive the materials are. Best of all, just look at that face. What could be cuter for a Christmas tree?


Beautiful Sparkling Snow Globe – One of our favorite things about this eBook is how creative the snow craft projects were with recyclables. You can learn how to make a snow globe that’s going to stand out for its simplicity and elegance no matter where you place it using an easy jar craft tutorial. It’s accessible to all ages, and hardly costs anything to put together. Keep this tutorial handy year round, because it’s very easy to redesign depending on the time of year.

Download a copy of Winter Wonderland: How to Make 8 Snowflakes, Snow Crafts, and Snow Projectsit’s free!

If you like this eBook, you might also enjoy:

5 Homemade Christmas Gifts That Are Fun To Eat And Create

Christmas is right around the corner and you know what that means? It is time to buy gifts! Well, that is probably how you feel at least. But there’s no reason you can’t get into the Christmas spirit and make some homemade Christmas gifts that not only work well for your budget but are also adorable. Even tasty too!  Since I not only love to eat (who doesn’t) and love to craft, I thought I would share some great edible Christmas crafts with you as well as some other great DIY Christmas gifts centered around food.

Snowman Candy Bar WrapperSnowman Candy Bar Wrapper

Who doesn’t love chocolate?! Everybody loves chocolate and nobody will complain when you give them this wonderfully festive homemade Christmas gift from Laurie Furnell. Not only is this  treat very easy to make but it works great as both a stocking stuffer or as an easy yet fun gift to give to all your co-workers and friends. You can modify this project to fit any kind of candy bar like Milky Ways (my personal favorite) or a tube-like treat like Rolos and Lifesavers. Either way, this DIY craft is great for the holidays.

Felted Sweater SuprisesFelted Sweater Hot Cup Sleeves

There’s nothing better than a hot cup of cocoa on a cold winter day. I remember the best part about playing in the snow as a child was coming inside and having a big cup of hot chocolate ready for me that was prepared by my mom. But now I am an adult and now I drink my hot chocolate differently- and on-the-go. We all now drink our delicious hot beverages from those Starbucks-type cups and this great idea by Spoonful is a fantastic and inexpensive homemade Christmas gift.


Candy Sleigh Candy Sleigh


How cute is this? From our friends over at Kaboose, this is a replica of Santa’s sleigh made entirely out of candy. Not only is this a great trinket to have around the house to add a great Christmas feel to any occasion but it is pretty easy to make and makes for a great homemade Christmas gift to give to your friends and family.

Sewn Paper Candy PouchSewn Paper Candy Pouch

This homemade Christmas gift from The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle is simple to make and would work well not only to store candy but it would also be great for all the baked goods that you make. I know I always have a few extra cookies left over after I bake a batch for Santa and this easy DIY project is a perfect container to help carry the leftovers around in.

Root Deer RudolphRoot Deer Rudolph

Our friends over at AllFreeHolidatCrafts sent me this delightfully remarkable idea to turn your root beer bottles (or really any bottles that  you have lying around the house) into in inexpensive and amusing craft that the whole family can enjoy making.





What’s your favorite Christmas food?  Be sure to let us know in the comments!

Bring Winter Indoors This Christmas with These New Snow Craft Projects

Some of you are probably getting ready for all the snow that’ll be falling within the next few months, while others don’t ever have to worry about it at all. It seems like no matter where we are, even if we’ve never seen snow, we hear about Christmas being white. The editors at AllFreeChristmasCrafts have found a way for everyone to have their own winter wonderland with our new collection Have a White Christmas with 20 Snow Craft Projects. You’ll find snow inspired projects in all forms, and they’re all easy Christmas crafts that you’ll be able to do during the holidays. We’re so excited that we’ve decided to give you a sneak peek at all of the snowy fun below:

Crafting on a budget is very important this year, but less is more in the world of Christmas crafts. Our list of snow crafts includes several that you can whip up using recyclable materials like paper. There are many classic Christmas crafts that only require a few simple materials in order to transform into beautiful snow crafts.

You can’t have Christmas without ornaments! We’ve included some of our newest and most popular Christmas ornament crafts that are all inspired in some way by the snow. Your tree will look like it’s been sitting outside once you cover it with all of your new snowball and snowflake ornaments.

Don’t decorate your house with the same old flower garlands and red and green furniture pieces. Bring a breath of fresh, wintery air into your home with some elegant Christmas home decor snow crafts. They’re great for getting the whole family involved, and they’re versatile enough to be able to go in any room of your house. Whether you’re a sewer or a prefer working with paper, there are decorations waiting to be made.

One of our favorite Christmas characters has to be the snowman; they’re happy, adorable, and you can craft them out of practically anything. Because we love these little guys so much, we made sure to include some of the top snowman crafts with you.

Another magical part of the holiday season comes in a smaller package. Do you remember how amazed you were when you saw your first snow globe? Now you can recapture that feeling of pure joy without spending tons of money, as we’ve found tutorials that show you how to make snow globes of your very own.

You’d be surprised at how many snow crafts there are out there, and there’s even more than the ones we’ve shown you today. If you’re ready to let it snow in your home this Christmas, head over to our site for our full collection Have a White Christmas with 20 Snow Crafts. You’ll have all of the beauty and wonder of a winter wonderland without having to shovel once!

What type of snow craft is your favorite?

For the Kids: Reindeer, Snowmen and Santa Oh My!

For all you parents out there who have heard “Is it Christmas yet?” too many times to count, here is OUR Christmas gift to you:  A bunch of easy Christmas crafts to keep your little ones occupied until Santa comes shimmying down the chimney!

With a whole week off of school, plus all that extra sugar from Christmas cookies, we know that kids are probably going to be bouncing off the walls with excitement all the way up until the 25th.  That’s why we decided to seek out the best kid-friendly craft projects to keep them occupied while waiting for the much-anticipated Big Day.

From simple ornament crafts to Santa and reindeer-themed decorations and a whole lot more, there are a bunch of easy projects that kids will love to make!  We can say that with confidence because all of these simple Christmas crafts for kids come from bloggers who have their own children, so that means these crafts are tried and true crowd pleasers, and for kids of all ages too!

One of my absolute favorite ideas from this collection of 21 Simple Christmas Crafts for Kids is this adorable Lend a Hand Christmas Tree project.

I love that kids get to get a bit messy with this craft, but not so messy that you’ll be regretting this idea come cleanup time.  Plus kids will love decorating their “trees” with fun embellishments (i.e. whatever you can find around the house).  Buttons look adorable, but I’m sure you can find a bunch of other cute things to glue onto your trees!  I also love the idea of having each of your kids paint their hands a different shade of green so that when you’re done, your tree will be pretty and multi-colored, and each kid can see their imprint (literally) on the tree!  So clever!

There are so many more fun ideas in this collection of 21 Simple Christmas Crafts for Kids, but I don’t have time to tell you about them all because I need to go do some last-minute gift crafting … not to mention wrapping!  So simply click over to the collection page to see all of the fun kid-friendly projects for yourself!  And don’t forget to tell us which ones you decide to make with your family… we’d love to hear about your creations!

Oh, and one last thing!  We’ve also created a handy-dandy free eBook with some easy kids’ Christmas crafts that you can print out and take with you if you’re traveling this holiday season.  The eBook is available for free download here.  You’ll be happy you printed it out when you’re at your relatives’ house and the kids are itching for something fun to do!

Hope you and your little ones have a very merry Christmas full of lots of creativity!

Tell us:  What’s the most fun Christmas craft you’ve made with your kids in years past?

1 Day ’til Christmas: Favorite Snowmen Projects and a Giveaway

From now through Christmas day, we’re featuring a project here on the FaveCraftsBlog, along with a question for you to comment on. From those comments, we’ll pick a daily winner and you’ll receive a Gift from Santa’s Sleigh! How’s that for a great way to celebrate all month long?!

For today’s topic, Favorite Snowman Project, we’re sharing a long lists of favorites. To get more information on any of the projects below, click the image and you’ll go straight to the project on FaveCrafts.com.

Amigurumi Snowman and Friend

Peppermint Ski Snowman

Snowman Totem Pole

Believe Snowman Painted Ornament

Bright Snowman Can Cozy

Canning Jar Lid Turned Snowman

Canning Jar Lid Turned Snowman

Cheery Snowman Topiaries

Christmas Snowman Stocking

Christmas Snowman Stocking

Crochet Snowman Family

Crochet Snowman Family

Cute Easy Clay Snowman

Cute Easy Clay Snowman

Decorative Sledding Snowbuddies

Decorative Sledding Snowbuddies

Fleece Hat Snowman Jars

Fleece Hat Snowman Jars

Geo Snowman Card

Geo Snowman Card

Glitzy Snowman Ornaments

Glitzy Snowman Ornaments

Snowman Knitting Pattern

Snowman Knitting Pattern

Snowman and Christmas Tree Winter Scene

Snowman and Christmas Tree Winter Scene

Snowman Glass Ornaments

Snowman Glass Ornaments

Of course, there are other snowmen and snowman on FaveCrafts.com. So which is your favorite? Leave a comment below – one lucky commenter will receive a Gift from Santa’s Sleigh. Hurry. You only have until Midnight central time to enter. Tomorrow will be another day, another featured project, and another giveaway, but there will only be ONE more after this one!

P.S. Since our comments require approval before they are live on the site, your comment will be included as an entry even if you don’t see it on the page. Also, we only include one comment per person, but you can make more than one comment if you want!

[Note: The giveaway is now closed, but feel free to leave your comments if you like! See all of our Christmas Countdown posts here!]