Ever Six-Sided Snowflake
Mix together and put in a squeeze bottle.
Squeeze doughy paint out on to black construction paper. Make anything
snowy, snowflakes, snowmen, - we made snow covered mountains with the moon
and northern lights. Let dry thoroughly and it will sparkle. May also be
painted (when dry) and allowed to dry again. This is a great 3 dimensional
effect for snow.
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup water
|| Here is what you will need:
a snowflake pattern (you can get ideas from
The Snow Page)
dimensional fabric paint (the kind that squeezes
out of a bottle)
The great thing about these snowflakes
is that they stick to any shiny surface like a refrigerator or glass window.
Put the snowflake pattern in the plastic baggie and zip closed. On the
outside of the baggie trace over the snowflake pattern with the fabric
paint. My mom makes me wear old clothes or a craft apron to do this part
because it's easy to get some paint on your clothes. While the snowflake
is still wet sprinkle glitter over the paint. Carefully shake off any excess
glitter. Let dry. When completely dry peel off the baggy and put it up
somewhere where every one can see it!