Indoor and outdoor crafts and games that are prefect for your little eskimos.
Transform used soda or water bottles and your child's lone socks into playful penguins -- and turn your lawn into an eye-catching, laugh-inducing winter display.
Celebrate the season with these decorative snowflake window clings.
This mitten game is a sure fit for winter fun.
Open an outdoor art gallery featuring all-natural self-potraits.
Take an egg carton for a spin this Hanukkah (December 20 to 28, 2011) with a dreidel made from kitchen castoffs.
This garland really shines when draped on a wreath or tree -- outside, of course.
These elegant geometric snowflakes come together with just glue, glitter, and cotton swabs.
This personalized stamp makes it fun to sign holiday cards, thank-you notes, and artwork.
If last year's scarf doesn't match this winter's wardrobe, turn it into a bolster pillow that'll help you hibernate in comfort and style.
This charming crew came to life when a pomegranate juice bottle reminded crafter Kimberly Stoney of a certain frosty fellow.
Got deliveries turning up on your doorstep? Repurpose those cardboard cartons into a truly green tannenbaum -- great for a bedroom or playroom.
Reader Hallie Lowe of Cedar Park, Texas, sweetens her home's front entry with a string of super-sized treats, cleverly constructed from take-out containers.
This perfect-for-any-age project uses glass jars to give a warm glow to your entry or mantel. You can punch letters, a snowflake pattern, or any other festive design.
Collect cardboard tubes to make this clever countdown calendar. It looks pretty hung on a wall and contains little surprises for each December day until Christmas.
Get a jump on April Fool's with this yummy (looking) treat. A simple technique creates the whipped cream; brown dye gives the cocoa its luscious color.
Even the youngest kids can help make these twinkling beauties. Cookie cutters are pressed into warm wax, then the cooled shapes are strung on wicks.
Making these mini trees is easily a family affair. Parents and older kids can build the mold and pour the wax. Younger kids can add decorations with acrylic paint, which is safe to burn.
This warm scarf is fun and easy to make; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Turn ordinary tights into dandy draft-blocking creatures; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Create a curvy downhill run for a snow tube thrill ride
Six indoor winter projects for kids.
Accuracy is the name of the game in this snowball-throwing challenge.
Kids can throw "snowballs" in the house with this cool, easy-to-make target game; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
A drying rack and an organizer in one, this vertical clothesline brings instant order to even the tiniest entryway.
This creative t-shirt design is a perfect seasonal craft for sleepovers or winter break.
This cozy cap is just the homemade gift to give for fighting brisk winter weather with easy instructions to make.
Pooches get to enjoy the ride as kids pull them across the snow in sleds.
Even preschoolers can shape these soap snowballs. Part of the fun is hiding a small plastic toy in each ball as a prize for good bathers.
Add color to the grays of a winter landscape with an ephemeral sun catcher made of ice.
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.
You don't have to rely on Mother Nature to provide you with snow. Make snowballs that will last no matter the weather.
The Winter Sun Catcher is an eye-catching ornament and a great yard decoration.
Let out your inner artist with this snow-sculpting activity.
Simple paper snowflakes for holiday decorating; another great Christmas craft from Spoonful.com.
Dial into the brand-new year with a personalized perpetual calendar.
Antarctic Auditions: Penguin Craft
Glittery Window Clings
An Egg-citing Dreidel
Make Your Mark
A New Use for an Old Scarf
The A-Bottle-Able Snowmen
Clamshell Candy Chain
Tubular Advent Wreath
Hot Cocoa Candle
Snuggly Fleece Scarves
Critters That Keep Out the Cold
Rapid Snow Slide
Snowball Soap Surprise
Winter Sun Catcher
Stack a Snowman
Never Melt Snowballs
Winter Sun Catcher