Melted Snowman Plate Craft

| Christmas

If there were snow around here it would be melted. I live in Florida and we don’t get snow around here. That is why I decided to make some melted snowman crafts because I only know melted snow. Plus, they remind me of Olaf melting in summer and I love that character! This is such a simple craft for kids of many ages to do. I won’t be doing it with the littlest one because he would be eating the fake snow but it was a fun one to do with my daughter. 

Materials:

Blue paper plate, you can also color a white plate blue

Fake snow or white tissue paper 

Orange paper

Buttons

Clear plate or plastic wrap 

Tape 

  1. Put a handful of tissue paper or fake snow on the plate. I cut up tissue paper but you can also use fake snow from the dollar store.
  2. Add buttons and a triangle nose of orange paper. Cover with a clear plate or Saran Wrap.
  3. Tape or glue it together. I used Saran Wrap and wrapped it around the back. Taped it on the back of the plate.

It is such an easy craft. You can then shake it back and forth. Make the snowman melt.  I love easy and quick crafts because kids have fun but don’t have to sit still forever. Plus you only have to have a few materials for this melted snowman craft.

 

About Valerie Lewis

Hi I'm Val! I love coffee and cupcakes(breakfast of champions), getting crafty with my daughter and making easy DIY parties to celebrate all of life's special moments. Come party with me!

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