Nov 15, 2013

Shivery Snow Paint Recipe

We love snow paint and make it several times each Winter.  It is such an easy paint recipe and can be used for arts, crafts, and sensory play.  Today, we are sharing a simple way to make your snow paint a bit more like REAL snow.

Shivery Snow Paint
Shivery snow paint- kids can create puffy snowmen and other works of art that are COLD to the touch!

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Shivery Snow Paint Recipe (affiliate links provided)
You will want to begin by popping your shaving cream and glue in the refrigerator.  We left ours there overnight and then made our paint the next morning.  We left our glue out on the counter for about ten minutes just to get it flowing.  

Mix equal parts of glue and shaving cream in a bowl.  This is a rough estimate; we always free pour.  Sprinkle in glitter or buffalo snow.  We used a lot just because my girls are glitter happy and love sparkle.  Add a few drops of peppermint extract and mix.  Then finish the paint off with more glitter.


So pretty and so FUN!  Kids can use this paint to create cute Winter art


Once dry their creations will be puffy to the touch;  FUN!  This is also a great sensory snow.  Give little ones a few scoopers and other gadgets, and they will have a blast mucking around in their shivery, oh so puffy, snow.

Click the photos below for more FUN snow play recipes

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