Tissue paper snowman crafts for kids are a great thing to do in those winter months. There are days when it’s a little TOO cold to go outside, or there are other days when there is no snow and all your little one wants is to play with snow!
Use this adorable tissue paper snowman craft to make a snowman at the kitchen table. And, guess what!? He won’t melt!
The craft itself is fairly easy, but with the amount of work needed it is a bit more time consuming than other crafts. This one is great when you need to keep the little ones occupied for an hour or so but beware Mum needs to help out to.
In school, it can be done on those last few days before Christmas vacation, anything to stop them asking how many sleeps until Santa!
Or, you can break up the craft and have the kids work on it throughout the week on recesses that are indoor because of the weather.
How to Make a Tissue Paper Snowman
Follow our instructions and complete one of my favorite tissue paper crafts for Christmas. In fact you can start this winter craft as soon as there is a chill in the air!
Take the white tissue paper and cut out numerous squares.
These squares should be approximately 1 inch by 1 inch, but they do not have to be exact or all the same.
A little variety will give some texture.
Cut a snowman shape out of the white paper.
If you want it to be more sturdy you can make it out of Bristol board.
We made our snowman with two parts but the usual three is okay too.
Take one square of tissue paper and wrap it around the flat end of your pencil, or in our case pencil crayon.
Put some glue on a scrap of paper.
Lightly dip the end of the pencil into the glue.
Then press this piece of tissue paper onto your snowman.
You will want to start at one edge.
Repeat this process until your entire snowman is covered.
This is the time consuming part of the project.
Cut out an orange shaped carrot for your snowman’s nose.
Place a strip of glue on the longer end of the nose and place it in the center of your snowman’s face.
Bend the tip up slightly to give a bit of a 3D affect.
Glue your two googly eyes above your nose.
Glue your two pom pom’s on your snowman’s body.
These are his buttons.
We are all done! And, there is no worry about him melting away! Keep him all year long.
Why not add a hat, and some arms out of construction paper. Maybe a scarf with a piece of ribbon.
He’s fuzzy, he’s cute.. great snowman crafts for kids without the wet, cold mess of snow. Or if you are in a warm climate area, you can re-create snowman, even if it never snows!
You could easily make this into a picture, like I did with my cotton ball snowman! I would stick your little guy onto some colored cardstock.
You could make it into a Christmas card and send it to your favorite school friend.
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Winter is a great time of year for those that get to experience the snow. These snowman crafts for kids will help for ANYONE wishing to re-create this chilly, but beautiful season.
Will you be making this Tissue Paper Snowman this Christmas?