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I is for igloo. Cut down about and inch or so of a paper cup. Glue it to a piece of cardboard. Glue mini marshmellows around the bottom of the cup. Keep working up the cup with more rings of marshmellows, staggering them like bricks. Make the entrance tunnel from several layers of marshmellows. Add fluff for the snow around the igloo. Let dry.

I is for igloo. Cut down about and inch or so of a paper cup. Glue it to a piece of cardboard. Glue mini marshmellows around the bottom of the cup. Keep working up the cup with more rings of marshmellows, staggering them like bricks. Make the entrance tunnel from several layers of marshmellows. Add fluff for the snow around the igloo. Let dry.

Caterpillar on a leaf. Cut small squares of different shades of tissue paper. Glue onto a leaf shape cut from light cardboard. Make the caterpillar from green pompoms. Add antennae, eyes etc.

Caterpillar on a leaf. Cut small squares of different shades of tissue paper. Glue onto a leaf shape cut from light cardboard. Make the caterpillar from green pompoms. Add antennae, eyes etc.

Paint a toilet paper roll black. Glue a large black pompom into one end and glue on eyes. Cut out red wings and glue on black dots. Add pipe cleaner for antennae.

Paint a toilet paper roll black. Glue a large black pompom into one end and glue on eyes. Cut out red wings and glue on black dots. Add pipe cleaner for antennae.

Silent K...a knight's shield from cardboard, painted with punched shapes glued to it. A handle id glued onto the back. Sword is a paper towel roll flattened, painted, with a cardboard handle.

Silent K...a knight's shield from cardboard, painted with punched shapes glued to it. A handle id glued onto the back. Sword is a paper towel roll flattened, painted, with a cardboard handle.

Pom-pom painted snow globe winter craft for kids to make! We used a toilet paper roll for the base! | CraftyMorning.com

Pom-Pom Painted Cardboard Snow Globe Craft

Pom-pom painted snow globe winter craft for kids to make! We used a toilet paper roll for the base! | CraftyMorning.com

How to Make Snow - No white snow on the ground where you are, but still want to play with some snow?

How to make snow!

How to Make Snow - No white snow on the ground where you are, but still want to play with some snow?

Glue small pompoms (colored or white) to a bramch of a bush for pussy willows.

Glue small pompoms (colored or white) to a bramch of a bush for pussy willows.

how to make snow without actually having snow

8 Ways To Make Snow Without Actually Having Snow

Cover a block of foam with brown paper for dirt. Color and cut out flowers. Glue to green painted popscicle sticks and add leaves. Stick into the foam. We added a bee,a butterfly, a sun and several raindrops to the garden for the letter G.

Cover a block of foam with brown paper for dirt. Color and cut out flowers. Glue to green painted popscicle sticks and add leaves. Stick into the foam. We added a bee,a butterfly, a sun and several raindrops to the garden for the letter G.

L is for lollipop. Great alphabet preschool craft.  The children colored the letter L with markers. Then I put small amounts of different color paint on the back of the paper plate. I put an cotton ball in a clothes pins and they swirled it around. Glued on a popcicle stick and voila`. From the Firefly class.

L is for lollipop. Great alphabet preschool craft. The children colored the letter L with markers. Then I put small amounts of different color paint on the back of the paper plate. I put an cotton ball in a clothes pins and they swirled it around. Glued on a popcicle stick and voila`. From the Firefly class.

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