DIY Snowball Fight

 Have you gotten snow yet this year?  Here in good ole Missouri, we probably won’t see any of the white stuff until after the new year.  So to quell my longing for snow day activities, I created this DIY Snowball Fight!

Create your own DIY Snowball FIght with just some yarn!!  via




  1. says

    I pinned that snow ball fight bucket last year and wondered how I could put it together. I love your pom poms! They look so fluffy and soft, which in my house would definitely be necessary with a big kid that doesn’t know his own strength (my husband). Lol!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Which is exactly why I went with the poms! The other ones are bean bag filled I believe. These don’t go very fast and its kinda funny watching Reed try to get away from them!

  2. says

    I feel like every one of my playgroup mommy friends will be getting a set of these for Christmas this year! About how much yarn did you use for how many snowballs?

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      It is so hard to find things to keep the little ones entertained. I think we all end up suffering from cabin fever! Hopefully this helps a bit!

  3. says

    This is an adorable idea! I had no idea they sold pompom makers. I saw that on Personal Creations and wanted to get some for our family Christmas party but I might just make them now…

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      This project is one of my favorite to date! Thanks so much for stopping by and taking time to leave a comment! =)

  4. Rita says

    I loved the idea so much I used it as a novelty gift to my friends in Key West FL. I kept telling them I was bringing a snowball from home when we visited them in February and she kept telling me it would be melted by the time we arrived. I filled a red metal bucket with the pom pom snowballs and printed “Key West Snowball Battle” on the bucket. They loved it!

  5. Donna says

    Love the pom pom maker. I would lay the floss on it before starting the pom pom that way you won’t have to hold it between your knees and the floss will already be in place when you need to tie it off.


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