Finally we are getting a white winter here in Michigan. We all know that children love winter and what’s even more, they heart snow. Snow brings along fun activities like sledding, skiing, and snowman making.
Here’s a cute guide on how to build that cute snowman.
1. Wait for a snowy day.
2. Dress warmly and go outside.
3. Test the snow for packing. Packing snow sticks well together.
4. Take 2 handfuls of snow, pack them together to form a round ball.
5. Place ball on ground and slowly roll around yard until all is big enough for the bottom of the snowman.
6. Repeat steps 4-5 making a second ball for the midsection of the snowman. Place midsection on top of the bottom ball.
7. Repeat steps 4-5 making the third ball for the head.
8. Give the snowman a face. Use buttons, coal, rocks or anything round and dark for the eyes. A curved stick works well for the mouth, and carrot is perfect for the nose.
9. Place a hat on top of the snowman’s head.
10. Add branches on sides of midsection to make the arms.
11. Add gloves/mittens to the ends of the branches for hands.
12. Place a scarf around the neck.
13. Place broom at its side.
Here are two of our favorite winter / snowman birthday invitations for the child that loves winter and snow:
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