Winterkrans met sneeuwpopjes

Als het winter is, is het helemaal heerlijk om lekker te knutselen. Wat denk je van deze winterkrans? De familie sneeuwpop zit er gezellig in. Kijk snel hieronder, hoe je deze krans gewoon thuis kan maken. Veel knutselplezier!


  • Styropor krans 25cm
  • Acrylverf blauw en wit
  • Styropor ballen: 1x 5cm, 1x4cm, 2x3cm en styropor eitjes 1x4cm en 1x3cm
  • Lintjes, foamrubberplaat groen, chenilledraad zwart, rood en beetje oranje (voor neusjes)
  • Vulwol (kussenvulling voor bijv. vilten beestjes)
  • Strass-Steentjes, kraaltjes, spelden en zwarte stift


  • Verf de krans. Kies 1 kleur, en maak met wit twee lichtere varianten
  • Zorg dat de verf goed droog is (eventueel even föhnen)
  • Leg lintjes over de verfnaden en zet ze aan de achterkant vast met spelden
  • Neem een plukje vulwol (niet te veel), zet het vast met een flinke streep lijm met lijmpistool. Goed aanduwen

  • Maak de grote sneeuwpop van de 5cm en 4cm bal, zet hoofd en lijfje aan elkaar vast met een cocktailprikker, eventueel nog even voor de stevigheid lijmen met lijmpistool
  • Maak op dezelfde wijze de kleine poppetjes van een eitje als lijf en de hoofdjes van kleine balletjes
  • Geef de poppetjes een gezichtje met stift, een oranje chenilledraadje als neus, oorwarmers (chenille met pomponnetjes), sjaaltje, knoopjes en evt armpjes van chenilledraad
  • Grote sneeuwpop: steek de botte kant van een (lange) sateprikker in de bips van de sneeuwpop :)
  • Steek dan met de puntige kant van de sateprikker de hele sneeuwpop in de krans. Wat onderaan uitsteekt knip je gewoon af

  • Gebruik (kleine) cocktailprikkers om de kleine sneeuwpopjes in de krans te prikken. 
  • Knip 15 blaadjes van foamrubber en knip er kleine hapjes uit zodat het hulstblaadjes lijken en teken er nerven op met stift 
  • Neem 3 of 4 blaadjes en een mooi kraaltje bovenop en prik het geheel in de krans met een speld
  • Plak 15 (zelfklevende) strass-steentjes her en der op de krans
  • Prik met een speld aan de achterkant een stukje lint vast zodat je hem op kunt hangen

Veel plezier met deze winterse krans!  

Kransen van piepschuim / styropor zijn te koop in allerlei maten. Om deze winterkrans te maken, heb je een 25cm halve ring nodig, maar een hele ring of iets groter of iets kleiner kan natuurlijk ook.

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