10 DIY Cold Weather Accessories For KidsLiz Stanley
Whether you like it or not, it’s officially fall and the weather is starting to turn colder every day! There are some really adorable and easy DIYs you can make for your kids to keep them warm and cozy through these next few months. Scarves and mittens and hoodies, all of which you and your children will love! Here are 10 perfect DIY cold weather accessories for your kids to enjoy this fall and winter.
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T-Shirt Beanie 2 of 11
This adorable and easy beanie is made from an old t-shirt. It doesn't get easier or cozier than that!
See more here on Small Fry.
Pom Pom Beanie 3 of 11
Add some pom poms and custom embroidery to a favorite beanie. Just look how happy that girl is!
See more here on My Cakies.
Bear Hoodie 4 of 11
There has never been a cuter hoodie. I mean, look at those paw elbow pads!
See more here on Lets Do Sew.
Dotty Scarf 5 of 11
Let the kids help with this one! They will love it all the more.
See more here on Petit A Petit And Family.
Harem Pants 6 of 11
These sweet little harem pants will keep your baby cozy all winter long. So darling!
See more here on The Alison Show.
Sweater Mittens 7 of 11
Make some comfy mittens from a favorite old sweater. I'm in love with that pattern. And those brass buttons are beautiful!
See more here on Mossy Mossy.
Fox Scarf 8 of 11
How cute is this fox? The kids will love him and he looks so cozy!
See more here on Kids O Mania.
Penguin Mittens 9 of 11
These penguin mittens are so adorable! Perfect for keeping little hands warm.
See more here on Oh I Love You My Dear.
Monster Mitten 10 of 11
One for the boys to enjoy. Add some great embellishments to make these monster mitts!
See more here on Martha Stewart.
Geo Scarf 11 of 11
This super cool geometric scarf is so pretty. I want to make one for myself!
See more here on Zilverblau.
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