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DIY Snow Globe Winter Craft for kids

Wonderful DIY snow globe winter crafts for kids and preschoolers. Get inspired by mystical snow globes and get creative with this photo fingerprint snow globe craft. This is a super fun, engaging, and easy winter crafts and activities for kids- toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten students. This crafts goes very well with Snowman Math and Literacy Centers. This blog contains winter activity which promotes fine motor, sensory, counting, art, and other early education skills in toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Do not miss to check out my 30+ Winter crafts for preschool!

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DIY Snow Globe Craft for kids 

This DIY Snow Globe Photo Winter Craft for Preschool, Pre-k is a great keepsake art project to be sent home with Students. Parents would love and cherish this winter snow globe craft for their lifetime! This is super easy and an adorable December or January activity for your little one.

One of my favorite crafts we recently made is the snowman snow globe. It is a simple craft to make with materials you likely already own and a wonderful way to celebrate winter.

Supplies for  Snowman Snow Globe Craft:

  • black cardstock paper or construction paper
  • sponge
  • scissors
  • white and blue paint
  • sharpie marker
  • q-tips or cotton swab
  • plastic bowl that is circle or something similar
  • glue stick

picture of the childHow to make this DIY Snow Globe Craft with photo

  1. take a round lid  to draw the outline of the globe( I used kirkland mixed nuts bottle cap)
  2. draw a triangle to look like a stand of the globe
  3. cut out the entire drawing
  4. next, dab a sponge in blue paint and cover the circular area with blue paint
  5. take a picture cut out of the child and stick it in the center of the globe
  6. use your finger to dab white paint all around the picture to look like snow
  7. let it dry
  8. once dried, use a q-tip to make yellow stars above the child’d photo
  9. cutout a piece from yellow construction paper 
  10. write the child’s name and year
  11. glue it at the bottom of the globe
  12. to make the craft durable, laminate it!

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