It’s International Polar Bear Day & time for a “Craftitude Adjustment”

I didn’t have a plan for today’s blog post, and then I stepped outside . . . and drove my daughter to school in the swirling snow, up & down the hills, slipping and sliding as we went. Welcome back, Polar Vortex. It also happens to be National Polar Bear Day. Coincidence? I don’t know, but polar bears sure would love this weather. And then I decided it’s all in how you look at these cold, snowy days. So, I’m sharing a few crafty critters who take this weather in stride. It’s a “Craftitude Adjustment”!

These Snow Bunnies know how to make the most of it!

These Snowbunnies are adorable! Tutorial - CraftsnCoffee.com.

Sledding Snow Bunnies by Debra Quartermain.

Yee-haw. The Skiing Penguin has the right idea.

Too-cute craft! A Skiing Penguin on snowflake skis. CraftsnCoffee.com

Skiing Penguin by Debra Quartermain glides along on snowflake skis.

If you’re cold, take a cue from this Cozy, Coat-Clad Pastel Bear.

Adorable bear all bundled up! Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Cozy, Coat-Clad Pastel Bear by Debra Quartermain.

I wish I looked as cute as this little Snow Bunny when I’m bundled up in my scarf & parka!

Love, love this adorable Snow Bunny! CraftsnCoffee.com.

Felted Snow Bunny by Debra Quartermain.

Look out below, Sledding Penguins coming through.

So much fun! Sledding Penguins on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Yee haw! Sledding Penguins by Debra Quartermain.

Polar Pals, out for a little fun.

Someone knows how to have a good time in this weather! Tutorial for Sweet Polar Pals on CraftsnCoffee.com.

BFFs: Polar Pals by Debra Quartermain.

This Polar Duo doesn’t let a little Polar Vortex keep them at home.

So cute! Polar Bear & Penguin DIY on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Polar Duo by Debra Quartermain.

Another Polar Bear, outfitted in an athletic sock.

Make a Polar Bear Ornament with a white gym sock. CraftsnCoffee.com

Polar Bear Sock Ornament by Kathleen George.

And when the day is done, it’s time for Penguin Dreams. (I’m guessing he doesn’t dream about a tropical island somewhere warm!)

Aww, such a sweet, sleepy penguin. Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com

Penguin Dreams by Debra Quatermain. (This little guy is tuckered out and dreaming dreams of the next Polar Vortex.)

Let’s take a vote. When do you think you think spring weather will arrive? Or, are you already enjoying warmer weather?

Happy crafting, bundle up and have fun!

Sharon

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12 Responses to It’s International Polar Bear Day & time for a “Craftitude Adjustment”

  1. LisaM6 says:

    these are so cute. We have the snow for all of them. I love the bunnies, they are so cute.

  2. ColleenB. - Texas says:

    Cute, cute, cute.
    We’re having warmer temperatures off and on but won’t be long before Spring is here……………..I hope anyway. I’m getting new growth on my roses and the grass is beginning to turn green once again.
    Enjoy your weekend

    • Sharon says:

      How exciting to see signs of spring, Colleen! I am wondering if my roses have made it through our winter, and it’s probably a few months till I find out. Enjoy your weekend, too, and happy crafting! Sharon

  3. Katiria says:

    The skiing penguin is hilarious! Spring should be there next week instead of in late March. You have had enough cold weather already. Time for some flowers and birds.

    • Sharon says:

      Thanks for the warm wishes! I know you’d ship some of that sunshine up here, if you could. I’ve heard two forecasts today — spring will be here in mid-March or it will arrive mid-April. Who knows! Sharon

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