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  • Rosemary Accardo-Gomez

    Have to try this this year! Snow Paint. When it dries, it's this soft spongy art project. To make your snow paint, combine equal parts white glue & shaving cream. Makes great snowmen. This is my FAVORITE! Try adding food coloring & glitter for some extra bling!!!! The kids love it!

  • Jessica Tracy

    Puffy Paint. LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Tried it with my School Skills kids Friday and it is SO cool! There are a few recipes on the web that are much more complicated, but may have more the consistency of store-bought puff paint. You can even add a little bit of washable paint to this to make different colors! Another pinner said "When it dries, it's this soft spongy art project. To make your snow paint, com bine equal parts white glue & shav ing cream! I love this stuff. Makes great snowmen."

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