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Most kids love the snow and whether or not we see a snow day tomorrow these sparkly painty snowflakes are super cute and easy to make and a lovely art activity to try at home with little ones. Watch our video below to see how it’s done, all the items you’ll need are listed underneath. Hung up in groups they make gorgeous decorations too! PLUS you can use the puffy paint to create other wintery masterpieces too!!
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Some dark card or stiff paper
Some ribbon and tape if you’re going to hang them up at home!
AT ARTventurers we LOVE play dough – it’s super easy to make and GREAT fun to play with…just
think about how all of that squishing and squidging and modeling, cutting and creating can
help to develop fine and gross motor skills and aid coordination as well as firing up little
Try this awesome marshmallow play dough recipe – play dough with a twist! It’s a bit like fondant icing, smells GORGEOUS and is super stretchy too!
Plus all of the ingredients are edible – though please make sure you supervise small children playing with it at all times!
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Full recipe and “how to below”
You’ll need : (makes one large ball)
Half a tablespoon of coconut oil
15 large marshmallows
Half a cup of cornflour
Half a cup of flour (plus a bit more if needed!)
Heat the coconut oil gently then add the marshmallows to the pan
Stir constantly until the marshmallows have melted right down – this does take a little time but keep stirring otherwise they’ll start to stick to the pan!
Add a few drops of food coloring and stir in
Add and fold in half a cup of cornflour
Then add and fold in half a cup of flour
You might find if it’s still a bit sticky and running that you need to add a bit more flour at this stage – fold in some more flour until it starts to form a dough and come away from the sides of the pan
Place onto a lightly floured board and let it cool down
Knead well until it’s the a fondant-icing type dough and ready to play!
Share your marshmallow playdough photos with us on social media! #artventurersfun