This is an easy art project. The adult can do the cutting and gluing and the children can decorate them.
I created a mitten template using a paper plate, I then used that to cut the mittens out of felt rectangles purchased at Walmart for 23 cents each/made 4 mitten halves per sheet. I bought five white, and five blue. The foam snowflakes came from Oriental Trading $6.00 for 400 of them of various shapes and sizes.
After all the mittens were cut out I used hot glue to glue two together by running the glue just inside the edges leaving the bottom open as in a regular mitten that can be worn. I pressed the top mitten evenly on the bottom one. Then I laid them out as though the were a pair and we then placed the foam snowflakes on them. The foam snowflakes have a peel away back that makes them stick fast to a surface.
Later today we are going to place them on a twine clothesline for the grand-kids joint birthday party with a snow/snowman theme. I will post more pictures of the party in another post.
Hang them on your tree, on a clothesline garland, or use them for party favors as they can be filled with a few candies.