Snow Painting Craft

If it’s too wet and cold outside, or when your kids are dreaming about snow but it’s nowhere to be found yet, keep them busy with these cute snow paintings.

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You’ll Need

*Sheet Of Construction Paper

*Crayons or Markers

*Q-tips

*White Correction Fluid

Directions:

Start by having your child draw a landscape on the construction paper. They could draw a city or village with houses and streets, or a lake scene, or even just a couple of trees.

After this initial drawing is done, pour some white correction fluid on a small dish and give your child a Qtip. Have her dip the Qtip in the correction fluid and then dab small dots all over the picture. These are the snowflakes for this cute snow painting.

Give the correction fluid a little time to dry before hanging up your child’s snow painting.

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