15 Snow Day DIYs to Cure Your Kids’ Cabin Fever
As much fun as it is to watch Frozen over and over again, sometimes you have to tell the kids to let it go — “it” being the remote. Don’t spend your snow day on the couch when you can be putting together fun and creative DIYs with your kiddos. From easy recipes to cardboard forts, these activities are simple (and cheap) to enjoy.
2. Color Pencil Jewelry: Who knew colored pencils could be so fashion forward? Bring out those bold colors and shapes by cutting them into pieces, then string them together as you please. (via The 36th Avenue)
3. Melted Crayon Hearts: Get started on those Valentines early this year. Rid yourself of your tattered ol’ crayons by breaking them, placing them into heart-shaped molds and then baking them in an oven to make these adorable hearts. It’ll melt your Valentine’s heart, we promise! (via Ppppizzazz)
5. Light Tunnel: Who says you can’t use Christmas lights all season long? Get a cardboard box, a screwdriver and a strand of lights, and voila! You’ve got a colorful tunnel of fun that (hopefully) everyone can fit into. (via Homespun Aesthetic)
6. Cardboard Guitar: If you’ve always wanted to start your own band, now’s your chance. Have your kids put together their favorite instruments, and you’ll be that much closer to cardboard stardom. (via Apartment Therapy)
Which DIY are you excited to try? Tell us your favorites in the comments below!