The Winter season is coming, and that means Snow! You’ve probably already seen the snow covered ground and the snow plow marks on the road. But did you know that you can build your own snowman to add to your collection? Snow! Real Magic!
There are a number of ways to create 1.16.5 snow sculptures, but one of the easiest is with the kids. Take a bunch of balloons, snowflakes, or confetti and start by filling the balloons with colorful dust. You can either make them big and fill them up or fill them small and put a twist of color on the sides. Next, you can attach these pieces to an old woolen hat. When the hat is filled with dust, it looks like a snowman ready for Halloween!
You can also build a snowman using cork board. This works best for kids who love arts and crafts. Take a piece of cardboard, cut it to the shape of a man, and then paste some cork board on the top to hold the shape while attaching snowplows, snowmen arms, and more. Finally, attach some nuts, bolts, or Christmas lights to the body.
For older children or teens, you can also build a snowman on your own. Take some spare plywood, some paint, and some construction paper. Snow any part of the man with the help of glue and construction paper, and let the kids come up with the features they want on the head, arms, and legs. You could also fill it with snow and place it in the yard, or perhaps on the front porch.
Finally, if you are feeling up to the challenge, why not try making snowmen in clay. It’s really easy to do once you get the hang of it! Clay is soft and malleable, and when heated can be formed into just about any shape imaginable. To make your child’s first snowman, dig a few holes where his eyes and nose will be, and stick a clay pole in the bottom hole.
As you can see, there is no shortage of options for kids who want to learn to make their own crafts. Take some time to think about what your child enjoys, and find a fun project for him or her to take part in. After that, just have fun! Your snow!