Make a Snowscape Window

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We had a rain storm today, but the kids definitely wished it was snow instead. Luckily, I had a quick way we could turn at least one window into a snowy landscape.

I set out two paper plates, one filled with torn pieces of white tissue paper and the other with watered down Mod Podge. I showed Veronika how to dip a paintbrush in the Mod Podge mixture and then smear it all over the window of the playroom.

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She loved doing this, and was also thrilled that she got to stand on a chair while doing so. My big girl!

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As we covered the window in the Mod Podge, we then added pieces of tissue paper which will stick right on. I guided the placement of the tissue paper only slightly so it roughly formed a bell curve, mimicking the look of a snowdrift.

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If your kids have crafted any small Christmas trees from foam or felt this holiday season, you can tape these up to your snowy landscape. In a pinch, we added a few tree with washable green paint.

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The internet leads me to believe all of this will wash off easily once December is over, and my fingers are crossed!

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But in the meantime, Veronika’s artwork now makes the perfect backdrop for the rest of our Christmas decor.

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