Capture the beauty of the season with these winter crafts for teens. Your older kids will have a ton of fun working on these projects.
They’re a great way to bring the outdoors inside.
From snowflakes, icicles, snowmen, and winter animals like the arctic fox, there’s no shortage of popular symbols this time of year you can use for inspiration for the perfect winter craft.
Winter-themed DIY projects are a wonderful way for the whole family to spend an afternoon on a snowy day.
Keep reading for a bunch of great DIY projects teens can work on this season.
Winter Crafts for Teens
The beginning of the year is the perfect time for fun winter crafts. The holiday season is over, so it’s time to make the inside of our homes look like a beautiful winter scene. That means winter weather crafts.
Remember that crafts aren’t just for little kids. When you choose the right project, teens love creating things.
So, whether it’s been a while since your kids worked on a DIY project or they’ve been crafting for weeks, make time for some winter crafts.
Winter is a beautiful season, but unfortunately, it’s also one where we spend a lot of time indoors. DIY projects are a fun way to keep kids busy during the long winter days, so they’re not spending all of their free time watching TV and playing video games.
There are plenty of options for both crafty and non-crafty teens. The good news is that the ones listed below are all pretty simple, even if they look like you spent days working on them.
Since you are most likely stuck inside anyway, spend some quality time together making homemade decorations to celebrate winter. They’re fun things to do on a snow day!
Tweens can even turn their bedrooms into a winter wonderland with some cool decor they make themselves.
Winter Themed Crafts
So what makes a winter-themed craft? Basically, anything that makes you think of chilly weather.
When you’re making a craft to represent the season, there are plenty of symbols to choose from.
Snowflakes and snowmen are classic winter staples that can be used in a variety of creative ways, like folding paper snowflakes to making 3D snowmen from cotton balls.
Other popular designs include penguins, stars, ice skates, winter animals, sleds, and igloos.
If you’re making something for your personal use, instead of winter decor, think of projects that will keep you warm, like scarves, head coverings, blankets, and hot cocoa.
You’ll find plenty of winter motifs and warm practical items in the list below.
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