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Warm chilly hearts with this friendly snow figure. Kids can create a winter wonderland of Ripply Snow Sculptures.
Carefully peel away paper from one side of corrugated cardboard.
Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. Paint the cardboard and one side of a heavy paper plate with white or tints of blue using Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint and Crayola Paint Brushes. Paint paper in other colors to use for your snow sculpture's clothing or other features. Dry.
With Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, draw a snow sculpture on the back of the corrugated cardboard. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors. Attach it to the painted paper plate with Crayola School Glue.
On the back of your painted papers, draw facial features, hat, scarf, arms, and other decorations. Cut out and glue them to your snow sculpture.
On the blank side of the plate, paint a snow-covered evergreen tree or other winter scene. Dot white all over the plate to resemble falling snow. Dry.
Punch a hole in the top. Use ribbon or yarn to hang.
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