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Let’s see what’s in the January 2019 DoodleBug Busy Bag!
As always, all of the crafts were shipped in a padded envelope and sealed in a ziplock bag.
All of the crafts were listed on an info sheet, along with photos and tips on how to complete each one. — January’s theme was “Winter Fun: Snowman Pals” and included a collection of snowman/winter friends-inspired crafts to decorate your home.
Glitter Cardboard Snowman Shapes Craft Kit
This cute snowman craft features a glittery cardboard body that has NO messy glitter fall-out. (Woo!) To assemble, simply peel and stick the foam pieces to the body as shown on the instruction sheet.
Stickin’ on his stick arms.
He’s a lot sparklier in person. 😉
Polar Bear Tissue Craft Kit
I love old school-ish projects like this tissue paper craft because they remind me of the type of crafts I used to make as a kid. 🙂 To complete it, you needed to crumple up the little squares of tissue paper and adhere them to the self-adhesive polar bear head shape. Once done, you were to add the stick-on facial features and cord for hanging.
I think we may have crumpled the tissue a bit too much, because there weren’t quite enough of them to cover the bear’s entire head.
Adding the face.
Accordion Snowman Craft Kit
A simple foam peel & stick craft kit with a twist — paper accordion arms and legs!
I helped with the folding, but the girls attached the limbs using the provided foam stickers.
It’s hard to tell from the photo, but this guy is LONG! — At least a couple feet.
3D Cardboard Snow Globe
Calling this craft “3D” was a bit of a stretch, but it was cute nonetheless. I also appreciated the reappearance of that mess-free glitter cardboard. 😉
Decorating the “snow globe”.
The cardboard tube was the “3D” part. Again, a stretch but it does make for a good stand. 😉
Snowman Family Ornament Craft Kit
This ornament kit was super simple to assemble and totally adorable once completed.
Bundling up mama snowman.
Such a happy little snowman family!
Snowman Craft Stick Skier Ornament Craft Kit
The instructions for this kit were a little unclear (at least to me)… Mainly the part about folding the snowman up so there’s a crease in the foam boots. So we just skipped that step and tried to match the image on the instruction sheet the best we could.
Peelin’ n’ stickin’.
Skiing snowman: Complete.
Winter Penguin Glitter Mosaic
My girls used to LOVE these glitter mosaic sticker kits, but they can be incredibly time consuming and I think they just don’t have the patience for them anymore. Personally, I was never a fan of the glittery mess they made, so I’m not mad about their lack of interest. 😉 We’ve decided to just pass these along to their 4-year-old cousin whenever we receive them.
Dress-Up Snowman Mini Sticker Scene
These are always fun and super simple to complete. — Just use the sheet of snowman stickers on the right to decorate the wintry scene on the left.
Hats & glasses for everyone!
Happy snow friends. 🙂
Snowman Cup & Ball Game
In addition to the crafts, a cute little snowman-themed cup & ball game was also included in January’s bag. Fun!
Another fun assortment of easy to complete crafts from DoodleBug Busy Bags! It’s been quite cold & snowy here lately, so the theme was perfect. 🙂 — If you’re interested in subscribing, the theme for February will be Valentine’s Day, March will be Spring, and April will be Easter.