We all make snowmen which is great fun but how about ringing the changes and making a different character? Snow painting open up a whole world of possibilities! What about a snow-dog, a snow-dragon, a snow-penguin, a snow-teddy or even a snow-mummy or daddy! The possibilities are endless!
We’ve been busy in the garden snow painting to make a snow cat that Biscuit and Crumb decided to call Tabitha.
The children loved how it brought their character to life. Say hello to Tabitha the Snowcat, our new pet!
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Ideas For Snow Painting – Winter Art
Winter art for kids is lots of fun when it involves snow.
- Kids can paint their snow creations like snowmen or snow cats!
- Or how about painting flat snow pictures directly on the snow laying on the ground?
- If it’s too cold for snow painting outside then you could try putting some snow into a deep tray and bringing it inside to paint in the warm.
How To Set Up Snow Painting
Whenever we snow paint we use:
- Poster paint
- Water colours
- Powder paint
All of them have worked well for us.
I think it’s fun to experiment and see which paints your kids like the most. It’s also fun to explore different ways of applying the paint. You can use:
- Spray bottles
We’d love to hear all about your snow creations too.
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