If you're tired of looking out your window at the dreary winter sky, improve your view with some beautiful paper snowflakes. This is a fine seasonal project for kids-and adults, too. As any experienced paper snowflake-maker can tell you, it takes more than a piece of paper and scissors to create a flake that resembles the real thing. But with the proper cuts and folds, you and your kids can make a unique and attractive window decoration. Need some inspiration? Try these print-and-cut patterns
These holiday-themed coffee cup sleeves will make a welcome addition to anyone's winter morning routine.
What's better than a snow-themed craft when you're watching a winter storm from the family room? How about a snow-themed craft using things you already have your bathroom? Skip the trip to the crafts store and curl up with this wintry craft.
Skip the trip to the drug store and make your own lip balm at home using just a few natural ingredients? These beeswax-and-honey-based lip balm recipes will keep lips moist and shiny. Plus, the little girls in your life will love creating their own beauty products.
Work with your little elves to create these magnets in anticipation of holiday card season.
Embrace the wintery conditions outdoors with a craft inspired by the super fluffy snowy owl.