I have 10 Winter Art Projects for Kids that are perfect to entertain the kids during the cold months of the year. When the snow, ice and cold get old that’s when the kids and I really start creating art! I love projects that celebrate the current season we are in. Cut snowflakes and winter scenes are so fun to make so lets get started!

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I have gathered some beautiful art projects from some of the best blogs online! I hope you and your kids enjoy them.

The first art project is this Bleeding Tissue Snowflake Art by the Pinterested Parent. Tissue paper is one of the main components to create this pretty piece.

The second project is this Faux Stained Glass Paper Snowflakes by Crafts by Amanda. Another simple project is Paper Snowflakes by Handmade Kids’ Art.

Resist art is one of my favorite techniques to create with my kids as they are always mesmerized by the final product. I created a watercolor resist with masking fluid with my kids for a spring piece. This art piece is a Winter Watercolor Resist Art by Fun at Home With Kids Kids’. I love this masking fluid and watercolor paint.

This Art Watercolor Winter Trees by Happiness is Homemade is beautiful. This is another version of watercolor paints I love.

For an art project that uses a few techniques with a pretty result this Alpine Tree Watercolor Resist Art by Rhythms of Play is perfect.

This fun art project uses shaving cream and is extremely hands on. Your little ones with LOVE this Winter Sky Art for Kids by Craftulate.

These painted Paper Plate Snowflakes by Messy Little Monster are a fun twist on the snowflakes most of us have made as kids. These paper plates are a great deal for this project!

My daughter loves all things play-doh and I can not wait to make these Clay Snowflakes by One Artsy Mama.

Lastly, using an every day item, such as these coffee filters, most people have in their homes to create these Coffee Filter Snowflakes by Red Ted Art makes a beautiful variety to paper snowflakes! I’m so excited to create these winter art projects with my kids and I hope you are too. Dovidenia. XO

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