Cute winter craft alert! Using simple supplies, create these quick and easy Winter Craft-Felt and Craft Stick Ice Skates with the kiddos in just 30 minutes!
- Craft Sticks, Jumbo – Dollar Store
- Wooden Snowflakes – Dollar Store
- White Tinsel Pom Poms– Dollar Store
- Iridescent Glitter Glue – Dollar Store
- Acrylic Craft Paint – White, Grey
- Kunin Premium or Classic Felt – Smoke or Grey, Lagoon or color of choice
- Permanent Marker, Black
- Yarn, White – Dollar Store
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks – Dollar Store
- Straight Pins
- CRAFT STICK ICE SKATE PATTERNS
Gather all supplies. Cut two jumbo craft sticks in half with scissors. Paint the four half craft sticks and two additional full craft sticks with grey acrylic craft paint. Let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary.
Download, print, and cut out the CRAFT STICK ICE SKATE PATTERNS. Using straight pins, secure the pattern to grey craft felt. Cut out with scissors and repeat with a second ice skate shape.
Pin the ice skate boot pattern onto blue craft felt and cut out with scissors and repeat with a second ice skate boot shape.
Attach the blue felt ice skate boots to the grey felt ice skates with a glue gun and glue sticks. You can use liquid craft glue for this project, but you will have to wait for it to dry. Flip the skates over and trim any excess grey craft felt with scissors.
Punch the lacing holes in the pattern and then transfer to the ice skates with a permanent black marker. Punch the holes out of the felt with a Crop-A-Dile.
Attach the two half craft sticks to the ice skate at the heel and the center of the boot with a glue gun and glue sticks. Attach the full craft stick, horizontally, to the two vertical half craft sticks to complete the blades of the ice skates.
Measure and cut a 48” length of white yarn for each skate. Wrap the end in clear tape to assist with lacing. Starting at the top of the skate, thread the yarn through all of the holes. At the bottom, thread the yarn through the last hole a second time and then lace back up to the top hole. Tie the yarn in a bow and trim any long ends with scissors. Repeat for the second skate.
Basecoat two wooden snowflakes with white acrylic craft paint. Let dry, and apply a second coat if necessary. Accent the ice skate blades and snowflakes with iridescent glitter glue. Attach a small white tinsel pom pom to the center of each snowflake with a glue gun and glue sticks. To finish, glue the snowflakes to the ice skates.
Create these fun Winter Craft-Felt and Craft Stick Ice Skates to work on shapes, cutting, color and counting with the kiddos. Make learning FUN!
If you love this skating craft you might like this Skating Pillow to add to your cozy winter decor!
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