With all the snow and below freezing temperatures we’ve had this year, snowman crafts just don’t seem to be going out of style! A couple weeks ago my preschooler came home from his weekly church preschool class with this lovely Shaving Cream Paint Snowman.
The texture of the shaving cream paint is unlike anything I’ve felt. It’s puffy, soft, and a little fuzzy feeling.
The preschooler kept telling me it was shaving cream, but I knew something else had to be added. His teacher was more than happy to tell me the secret to the shaving cream paint.
And it’s so simple!
Shaving Cream Paint Snowman Craft
- Shaving Cream
- White School Glue
- Construction Paper
- Sequins, Buttons, and Fabric Scraps (for decorating your snowman)
Create your own snow paint by mixing equal parts of shaving cream and white school glue (like Elmer’s).
Have the kids use paint brushes to paint their snowmen on construction paper. Allow their papers to dry completely.
Once they are dry, your child can glue on details with sequins, buttons, scraps of fabric for scarves, etc.
This shaving cream paint snowman craft turns out adorable. I know we will be making more snow paint in the future.
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