How to make snow paint

Make your own snow paint at home with the kids. Such a fun winter activity for toddlers and preschoolers that you can do inside when it's wet and cold. An easy paint recipe you can adapt for all sorts of snow and winter creations.
Learn how to make snow paint at home with your kids.

Snow painting is such a fun winter activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Something that you can do inside when it's wet and cold outdoors.

You can also adapt his easy 3-dimensional snow paint recipe for all sorts of snow and winter activities and crafts.

How to make snow paint


Ingredients for your snow paint recipe

  • White glue
  • Shaving cream
  • Thick paper
  • Paint brush

How to make snow paint

1. To start making your snow paint, measure out equal parts of the white glue and shaving cream and mix until very thick and fluffy. It’s that easy!

2. Get your toddler or preschooler to use generous amounts of snow paint on their paint brush and start painting straight away onto the paper.

3. With the snow paint, they’ll be able to make some great wintery scenes with snowmen, snowflakes and snowballs.

4. Once they’ve finished, wait for the snow paint to dry and harden. They’ll then love touching their 3-dimensional piece of art.

More snow paint ideas

  • Use the basic snow paint recipe and add other ingredients to the mixture such as kids coloured paints, food colouring, glitter etc for some super cool creations.

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