This winter, your snowmen don't only have to be made out of snow.
Brownie snowmen are fun, but you can also make other shapes for different days.
This charming crew came to life when a pomegranate juice bottle reminded crafter Kimberly Stoney of a certain frosty fellow.
Brrr-ing an open-faced bagel to life with veggie earmuffs and a colorful smile.
This whimsical windowsill decoration serves as a sign of spring no matter what climate you live in.
Whether you live in a Sun Belt state or a wintry clime, your kids can easily build their own mini versions of Frosty.
This cute marshmallow snowman on a stick can be roasted or eaten raw.
This Frosty requires neither a white Christmas nor freezing temperatures to spread his cheer -- and he comes apart, making him easy to store during the off-season.
Let Frosty greet your holiday guests with the spirit of the season.
Snap funny shots as kids ham it up behind a headless snowman.
You can easily build a whole bunch of these no-melt snowmen ornaments no matter what the weather in your area.
This cheery fellow won't have a chance to melt — he'll be gobbled up too quickly! And as is true of any snowman, dressing him is half the fun.
This game involves lots of pats on the back and laughs, so it's perfect for family gatherings.
The secret to these sweet snowman cookies is in their scarves -- they're cut out of fruit leather.
With his jaunty cap, stick arms, and cute-as-a-button smile, this merry snowman will tirelessly announce to all passersby exactly how many days remain until the holidays.
It doesn't take a single flake to build this frosty character -- you can round him up with white foam, buttons, and ribbon.
Create festive homemade holiday cards by turning felt furniture pads into a snowman stamp.
Give winter boredom the boot with this charming snowman craft.
If your family likes miniature, powdered sugar donuts, then they'll love these holiday snowmen!
These banana-based snowmen are decidedly more tropical than the frosty variety, and kids can assemble their own if you prepare the fruit for them.
Sculpt a snowman with squishy soap
This wistful snowman, made from candy melts, appears to be going the way of winter, and we have a feeling he'll soon disappear altogether.
Brighten your holiday table with this glittery wintertime houseguest.
Turn 3 round boxes into a frosty-looking indoor snowman that will last long after any traces of a winter wonderland have melted away, and is easily stored at the end of the season.
An easy-to-make holiday decoration idea
Fun and inexpensive ideas for wrapping holiday gifts.
Creating this chocolate snowman cake is fun for the whole family. My daughters enjoyed watching the snowman's personality emerge as we decorated him with candy and fruit leather.
Stitch up this adorable guy, complete with a miniature fleece scarf and an orange felt nose, in an hour or two. The bonus? He'll never melt!
This winter, work a little magic into that old lunch bag and turn it into a snowman. It's sure to put a smile on the kids' faces!
In tribute to this frosty, friendly fellow, I’ve crafted a coat pin in his likeness. No doubt his expressive face will warm a few hearts in my neck of the woods this winter.
I love watching my son's face light up when I turn his favorite movies into cupcakes. We recently enjoyed Disney's Frozen and I knew Olaf needed to be a cupcake. These guys are SO simple to make, but not as easy to eat. They are way too cute!!
The A-Bottle-Able Snowmen
Frosty the Bagel
Melty the Snowman
Toasty the Snowman
Frost-free the Snowman
Frosty the Doorstop
Frosty the Cheese Ball
Snowman Sugar Cookies
Mini Donut Snowmen
Snowman on a Stick
Defrosty the Snowman
Stack a Snowman
Push the Envelope
Smiling Snowman Cake
Snowman Lunch Bag
Olaf Snowman Pin
Disney's Frozen-Inspired Cupcakes
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