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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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Thank you so much stopping by my blog!
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This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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0 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.

  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! 🙂

  3. That helps a lot. Thanks!

  4. I bet that at this site there are much more cool tutorials like this one.

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