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Freebie snowman printable for colouring in

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We are already at the fifth day of our free printable Christmas colouring page series. We are almost half way through the series already.

On the 5th day of Christmas we are sharing a lovely Snowman colouring page for your kids to enjoy.

We have shared 4 colouring pages already the past few days, did you get them all? Yesterday we shared a Christmas tree with candy canes around it and we even told the story of how candy canes came to be. A day before that we had the lovely Elf on The shelf colouring pages, perfect if you do the Elf on the Shelf tradition in your home. And there are two more you can still grab off our site. If your kids have coloured them already I’d love to see their creative takes on them so be sure to pop over on our Facebook page and share a photo of their creations.

Today we are colouring a snowman and he looks endearing. I think it would be interesting to paint this one with white puffy paint to really give him some dimension. And your kids can use sequins for buttons and scrap paper for all other details. Naturally regular colouring pencils and crayons work out great as well.

It’s so fun to build snowmen don’t you think? Adding the carrot nose and using that old scarf so that he’s not cold. Or even building a whole snowmen family, how fun is that? Did your kids have the chance to build one yet? I hope we’ll have just enough snow this year so that they will be able to make a few.

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