8 Snow craft activity ideas with Bostik


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Each month we really enjoy seeing what crafty wonders our Bostik Bloggers have come up with using their box of goodies they are sent.  This month the theme has been Snow Crafts and with the colder weather and the first flakes of snow having fallen, it is a very timely craft.

First up is this Polar bear handprint tutorial from In the Playroom other Christmas card ideas come from Ickle Pickles Life who has been busy making frozen cards. Kiddycharts and Diary of a first child have been making winter mobiles which are great activities for younger children.

Thinlyspread and Play Learn Everyday both created a beautiful simple wreaths that could be used as head wear in a school play or hung somewhere in the home.


Jennifer’s Little World has starting thinking about the Christmas tree and made some snowflake decorations.


Snowmen were also popular activities this month and Et Speaks from home made a lovely picture.


We at Tots100 adored these light up snowmen from Adventures of Adam and all agreed they would make a fabulous addition to a festive display.



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