Ginger Snap Crafts: Let It Snow Sign + 50+ Snow Day Activities

Let It Snow Sign + 50+ Snow Day Activities

This post is brought to you by Life Storage.

Good morning! Winter is finally here. We were still eating dinner outside on our fabulous farmhouse picnic table last week, but I know soon (very, very soon) everything winter will be here in full force. That means snow! Yay! I grew up in Texas, & we didn’t see snow very often at all. When we moved to Northwest Arkansas (& our first winter rolled around) we fell in love with the snow. It is so beautiful & magical! Buuuuut after about the first week of being snowed in that all changed. A serious case of cabin fever had set in, so we had to come up with some fun ways to spend our snow days quickly. Over on the Life Storage blog I am sharing this huge DIY Let It Snow Sign along with 50+ Snow Day activities that have kept us sane over the years.

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Have you every struggled with the snow day blues? We have now lived here for almost 10 years, and we have come up with some amazing ways to spend a snow day. To check out 50+ Snow Day activities pop right over {HERE}.

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This year I made this huge Let It Snow Sign. On the back of each card is a fun & creative way to spend a snow day. You can see how I made this sign right over {HERE}.

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Remember you can find tons of DIY ideas & more over on the Life Storage blog.

You can find this amazing farmhouse picnic table…..

Farmhouse Picnic Table at GingerSnapCrafts.com_thumb

….this fun wood slice wreath

mine Wood Slice Wreath tutorial #gingersnapcrafts #woodslice #wreath_thumb

…this super functional & stylish farmhouse bench….

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…and these cute window boxes.

DIY WIndow Box at Gingersnapcrafts.com_thumb

Let me know some of your favorite snow day activities.
Leave a comment below. I’d love to add them to our snow day list. :)

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If this is your first time visiting, I’d love to keep in touch.

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This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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3 comments:

  1. That looks great. What wood is best to make large signs that are lightweight enough to hang on a wall? I'm a newbie at this.

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  2. Pine is probably your best bet. When I'm hanging a heavy sign like this, I use a stud finder to find a nice solid stud & then I use a small screw instead of a nail. Hope that helps! :)

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