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Winter Craft Wednesday: Melted Snowman
December 5, 2012 |
Looking for a fun art project to do with your kids this winter? Look no further! For the month of December, we'll be sharing a new winter craft that you and your kids can do to celebrate the season.
Today's craft: Melted Snowman, courtesy of PA Cyber's Fine Arts Supervisor, Amy Zachewicz.
- A wood doll head
- Permanent Markers
- White paint
- Black felt
- Thick white foam sheet
- Light green foam sheet
- A few tiny sticks
- Paint the wood doll head white and let dry.
- Once dry, use Permanent Markers to draw a face on the snowman head--happy, sad, surprised, take your pick!
- Cut and glue a little black hat from the black felt and either glue on snowman’s head or in a stick hand.
- Cut out a scarf out of the green foam board and decorate with Permanent Markers. Glue around the neck of the snowman’s head.
- Trace a puddle shape on the thick white foam board and cut out with scissors.
- Glue snowman head and stick arms onto the puddle.
Viola! Melted snowman!
Be sure to share a picture of your melted snowman on our Facebook page.
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