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DIY window cling snowflakes

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Winter is upon us and it's getting to that time where the kids aren't going to spend as much time outside playing, and will nee something to entertain them inside. These DIY window clings are simple and not super messy. As a bonus, you can make them with things that you already have at home and the kids can help you decorate the house for winter.

You Need:

  • Snowflake print-outs
  • Puff Paint
  • Plastic page protector sheets

Directions:

  1. Place the snowflake printouts inside the plastic page protector sheets so that you can reuse them as often as you like.
  2. Choose a puff paint color and trace the snow flake pattern on your print-out. Use thick lines, and if possible fill in the snowflakes so they are more substantial and easier to handle. If you are doing this activity with the kids, Younger kids may need a bit of extra help as the bottles are sometimes difficult to squeeze, also making this a great sensory activity.
  3. Allow to dry completely, preferably overnight.
  4. Peel the designs off the plastic page protectors and stick to the windows. Once you don't want snowflakes any longer, you can easily change these out by making new ones and storing old ones in the plastic sandwich bag.
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