Indoor Snowballs Easy DIY Christmas Craft

December 19, 2018

indoor snowballs olive bucket chalkboard sign Christmas tree


Whoever invented indoor snowballs should be given a medal. I mean, it's pretty much genius, right? No need to send the kids out into the cold winter weather. No need to dry all their socks, boots, hats and mittens after they've come inside. And better yet, you can even use them as Christmas decor that's guaranteed not to melt. And it's super easy. So there's still time for you to make this super cute DIY Christmas craft and enjoy it, or perhaps even gift it, over the holidays. Your own kids, grandkids, neighbors' kids, little nieces and nephews and friends will love you for it.

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It's so incredibly easy I'm just going to list the supplies and add a few tips at the end.



How To Make A Bucket Of Indoor Snowballs 


Supplies


indoor snowballs net bag







mini chalkboard sign arrow chalkboard tag galaxy marker


(or regular chalk)



olive bucket farmhouse decor


(or any bucket of your choice)


Use your chalk pen to write a cute saying that you can place in, or hang on, the bucket. I used the basic "Snowballs 5¢" and added "North Pole" onto the arrow chalkboard tag. You can also use "Baby It's Cold Outside" or "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow!" Pour your snowballs into your bucket of choice. Add your signage and you're good to go. 


bucket arrow north pole snowballs 5 cents ornament


For those of you who would prefer to make your own snowballs, that's always an option. Just buy yourself some white yarn and a pom pom maker. The rest of the instructions are the same.

Just remember to duck!  

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