Homemade Snowman Christmas Card…

Alice has always been a little girl that likes to make things and with Christmas coming there are lots of opportunities for her to get crafting!

I don’t think there is anything better than receiving a homemade Christmas card from a child. I know that Alice’s grandparents would love it and it would become a wonderful keepsake too.

Alice is at the age where she can and wants to do things herself. This is where I have to hold back and remember that the finished product doesn’t have to be perfect, its all about her learning and enjoying it.

To make our snowman Christmas card you will need:

  • Black Card
  • Cotton Wool
  • Pipe cleaners (white, orange and another colour for the scarf)
  • Glue
  • Pom Pom
  • Glitter Glue
  • White Crayon


How to make your snowman Christmas card:

Adult preparation

  1. Fold your black card in half
  2. Draw two circles on the card in white crayon, as an outline of the snowman

Over to the Child

  1. Add glue inside the white circles


2. Stick cotton wool to the glue, making your snowman shape


3. Take 2 white pipe cleaners and stick on for the arms


4. Cut a small piece of the orange pipe cleaner and stick on his head for the nose

5. Take the pipe cleaner you’ve chosen for the scarf and stick around the neck and down the front


6. Next take the glitter glue and make some buttons down the front


7. Using the same glitter glue make a hat shape on the head and then stick on the pom pom


8. Put some small dots of glue around the snowman and add cotton wool to make snowballs falling down


9. There you go your finished Snowman Card!


I hope you all have fun making Christmas cards this year with your little ones.

This post has been part of a Kid Made Christmas Card Blog Hop organised by Mum in the Madhouse. Make sure you check out the Pop up card by Hooked, I remember making these when I was a child. You can find all the Christmas cards in the series here.




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  1. 16/11/2016 / 13:37

    Aww it’s lovely! My favourite thing about this card is that you can tell she’s made it herself but the finished product still looks really good. I’m sure everyone will be really grateful to receive these.
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  2. 16/11/2016 / 17:53

    What a cute idea! Cotton wool still make the best snowmen!

  3. 17/11/2016 / 08:19

    Ah I will have to make these with my daughter, she would love it. It’s definitely way more meaningful giving something sentimental like this! #SharingtheBlogLove xx

  4. 17/11/2016 / 12:31

    This is the cutest card EVER! And so much nicer than store bought when it’s made with love like this one is. Thank you for sharing your post with us at #BloggerClubUK xx
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  5. 19/11/2016 / 22:53

    Fantastic. I love it. I’m determined to do some Christmas crafts with my 3 year old this year. Once there is glitter and glue involved she should be interested 🙂 #kcacols

  6. 20/11/2016 / 09:38

    My 2 year old is into arts & crafts in a big way, and I was looking for Christmas stuff for her to do…this is perfect, thankyou! #KCACOLS

  7. 20/11/2016 / 21:18

    Oh I love crafts! My girl also loves crafts and all the mess that comes with it. Might give this a go next weekend.

    Thanks for linking up with #KCAOLS and hope to see you again next week!

  8. 21/11/2016 / 22:22

    These are fab such a good idea for a rainy day. When we do sticking my daughter enjoy it but my son just likes to eat it. So cotton wall and glue oh goodness you can but imagine. Perhaps we will do it during nap time lol. #KCACOLS
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  9. 22/11/2016 / 09:59

    this is so cute laura and its inspired me to make some cards with the little man. perhaps this Friday as the weather looks like it will be pants still! #KCACOLS
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  10. 22/11/2016 / 21:13

    This is very cute! I am all about the Christmas craft at the moment, if only Monkey wasn’t at school we would have loads on the go by now! Although I am looking forward to the first thing they bring home! Thanks for joining us at #bloggerclubUk hope to see you again this week x
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  11. 23/11/2016 / 19:33

    Aww such a cute card! You’re right there is nothing better than receiving something handmade and personal #KCACOLS

  12. 23/11/2016 / 23:07

    Home made snowman cards are the best. My favourite of all is one my son did without help as it is wonky and beautiful and so totally perfect. #KCACOLS
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