Featured Craft for Kids: Paper Snowflakes

Our featured craft this week comes from Mom Vs. The Boys and is just so incredibly appropriate for the weather I’m experiencing this week! The title of the post is Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow and features adorable paper snowflakes. As it turns out, I have no choice but to let it snow, because snow it will despite my wishes otherwise.

Featured Craft for Kids: Paper Snowflakes

 

Featured Craft for Kids: Paper Snowflakes

Yesterday morning, I woke up and peeked out the window as I always do before getting my son up for the day. It isn’t uncommon to see a bit of snow dusting, just enough that I need to wipe off the car. I like to know what to expect for the morning. Imagine my surprise when I woke up to at least two inches of snow with more falling! The weatherman totally dropped the ball on that one, as we had no idea snow was coming. Guess what? Apparently there is more on the way! All week long! While I’m stuck inside, this cute Paper Snowflakes craft for kids will help keep up busy!

My favorite thing about this featured craft for kids is that it reminds me of the paper snowflakes I used to make when I was little, except a whole lot more colorful! I love the effect of the colors running into each other, creating almost a marbled, tie-dye effect. These adorable snowflakes are easy enough for even toddlers to help out with. You’ll have to help with the cutting, but Mom vs. the Boys even gives you a “cheat” method to making the coloring part easier for little ones. Check it out!

 

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Do you want to see your craft for kids featured on My Kids Guide, where we can share it with our readers? Simply visit our craft submission page to review our guidelines, then fill out the form! While we do love seasonal crafts, we also share crafts that can be done any time of the year.  We’ll be featuring different crafts each week. We also use that form to choose crafts to feature in our roundup posts as well as for sharing on Facebook. All links go back to your site so readers can visit and find out how to make the craft.

 

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  1. Thanks for featuring our winter craft!
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  2. Nicky Cruz says:

    Great idea. This is something new for me I will share this idea with my wife. I know she will be very interested with your paper snowflakes. Great job

  3. It’s been a very long time since I made a paper snowflake. I though crafts were behind me, but here I am with a little one, again. Looking forward to the fun!

  4. cindy b says:

    Those are so cute and so creative! Bet my nieces would totally be into this!
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