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  • Jessica Palacios

    Shredded Snowman...Great Holiday Craft

  • Beth Bucella Beal

    Shredded Paper Snowman: Supplies: shredded paper, right from your electronic paper shredder. Or you can create your own shredded paper with scissors or a paper trimmer. 1 sheet of colored paper, pencil, school glue or tacky glue, paint brush – optional, googly eyes, pom poms, colored paper scraps

  • Kate Zeune

    shreddy the we need some snow to do all our fun snowman crafts!

  • Dolci Gelati Anastasia

    Shredded Snowman! It may not be snowing where I live, but we’re making our own snow with shredded paper. We’re glittering our picture with shredded paper, creating a fun and festive winter snowman

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This gave me an idea. I think these are precut circles but you could also use cheap paper plates (less cutting). Another idea would be to use the circles or "snow balls" to measure how many snow balls tall you are. Everyone in the class could be measured. Cute Winter Craft for preschool!!

Paper Mache Snowman. I bet a Styrofoam ball would work just as well - paint it a pale beige and cover with mica glitter. Looks like a pleated book page as a collar, and a candlestick for a base.