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DIY Fake Snow

By: Ashlee from ashleemarie.com
DIY Fake Snow
DIY Fake Snow
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Cool off with some DIY Fake Snow! This is an incredibly fun and easy kids' activity that you and your family will absolutely love any time of year. This fake snow recipe is easy and is a fantastic sensory activity. Your little ones and their friends are going to love this crazy-fun activity. Once you learn how to make fake snow your rainy afternoons or indoor play-dates are set. You will even want to get in on the fun with this frozen fake snow!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Easy

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I would put this in the same category of slime or play-dough. I like things like this. I am sure children of all ages will enjoy this. After allowing the children to help you make this, they will surely enjoy playing with it.

This is a neat idea. I wonder is this project can be used to apply as decoration in a snow village? I guess I can give it a whirl and see what the finished project is like. I am also wondering about the cleanup. I guess after it sits a while, it hardens?

I live in South Africa and here we have no snow. We have had some freak weather experiences though when it has snowed. Kids love it. I have a picture of my kids hitting snowballs with the cricket bat. I'm going to love making this fake snow with them. It's going to be such a treat and we will be making snowballs.....that's for sure!

This is such a cool idea and so simple and easy. I can see the whole family getting in on making some fake snow. Sometimes in winter when the kids are waiting for that snow to fall to make some snowballs to throw at each other you can get out the cornstarch and shaving cream and there will be no more waiting. Throw Away. They will be the envy of the neighborhood. How long will it last before going bad?

This looks like fun! I'll keep this in mind for the next time I babysit my little cousin. He would love this!

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