We are enjoying some nice weather in Florida. I thought it would be a good idea to have my toddler create a super simple snowflake painting. Kids of all ages will enjoy this activity. It’s easy to set up and the perfect winter art project.
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Supplies for Snowflake Painting
- canvas panels or white cardstock
- acrylic paint
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut removable premium vinyl (black)
- round foam brush or cotton balls
- masking tape (if you don’t have a Cricut)
- plastic paint palette or paper plate
- glitter (optional)
- Start by gathering all your supplies for this art project. This way you don’t have to leave your little ones unattended while they create their snowflake painting.
- I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 to create the snowflake. The image was free but you can purchase other designs for a small fee. My canvas panel is pretty big so I decided to create a snowflake that measures around 8 x 8.
- Once your snowflake is cut, remove the back and place the adhesive side on the canvas panel or cardstock. If you don’t have a cutting machine, use masking tape to create your snowflake. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
- Next, get painting! Let your kids have fun with this art project. Add the paint to a paper plate or plastic paint palette. I selected different shades of blue and white. However, chose whatever color makes your kids happy. Use the round foam brush or cotton balls to paint the canvas.
- Finally, before the paint completely dries, remove the vinyl or masking tape. You can also add glitter if it makes your child happy.
I really love the way my toddler’s snowflake painting turned out. He had so much fun creating this winter art project. I suggest letting your little ones mix the colors on the canvas. You can use different shades of blue or add purple and pink.
This activity can get a little messy. My son was not a fan of getting the paint on his hand. Thank goodness I had wipes nearby because he was going to rub it in his hair.
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