Whether you have snow in your region or don’t (what up, Florida?), you’re going to enjoy this cardboard snow craft for kids.
Being in Chicago, it just doesn’t feel like the holidays if there isn’t snow on the ground. I kept looking at the weather reports to see when we were going to get some snow!
I guess I should really be careful about what I wish for… because when we returned from Christmas, sure there was snow on the ground, but there was also more than 3 inches of pure ice on our driveway. That’s right — the entire driveway was iced over!
Of course, the boys found it hysterical and couldn’t wait to go sliding all over the place. Kids — wouldn’t expect anything less from them, right? In fact, they’ve let me know that the best part of recess this week the fact that the snow has actually iced over on the playground — which means they just slide everyone, knocking all of the other kids off of their feet.
Cardboard Snow Craft for Kids
But, gasp, you don’t need to wait for actual snow. Have some fun with the kiddos making your own snow craft for kids.
This snow craft for kids is really quite easy – so a toddler can participate in the project but older kids will enjoy putting their own spin on the project.
- Cardboard paper towel or toilet paper roll
- Puffy paint: bright blue, light blue, and white (regular paint will work too)
- Hot glue/hot glue gun
- Paper plate
- White paper
1. Cut your cardboard roll into several different pieces (at least 6) around the same size.
2. Hot glue your the inner pieces of your cardboard together to make a snowflake.
3. Squeeze some puffy paint onto a paper plate, use your snowflake to dip into a plate of puffy paint.
4. Now press your snowflake onto a piece of paper again and again to get a bunch of snowflakes!
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