Winter Wonder: How to Make DIY Puffy Snow for Seasonal Fun

It’s almost Winter and while so many get lot’s of snow, we hardly do here in Texas. The only snow I want to see is some DIY Puffy Snow on my craft projects.

When I came across this recipe, I couldn’t believe it was a real thing. From all of the photos, It really gives your project a really cool effect.

It’s so simple to make and now I want to show you how to make your own puffy snow.

Simple DIY Puffy Snow

Puffy Snow Ingredients

  • 1/4 Cup Baking Soda
  • 1 Tbsp Acrylic Paint
  • 1 Tbsp Mod Podge
  • Glitter
Simple DIY Puffy Snow

Puffy Paint Instructions

  • Combine baking soda, mod podge and acrylic paint together and mix well
  • If too thick, add just enough water to make it creamy or just a little less thick.
Simple DIY Puffy Snow
  • Using a paint brush, apply puffy snow anywhere you want it to go on your craft project.
  • Sprinkle glitter onto snow before the snow dries, giving it a pretty sparkle.
Simple DIY Puffy Snow
  • Take a heat gun or hair dryer dryer and dry snow on hot setting. It should start to puff a little.
  • Do not touch until it has completely dried all the way through.
Simple DIY Puffy Snow

If you have any left over snow, just keep it in a closed containter for a few days. If it starts to get hard or stiff, just add a little water and stir.

I hope you enjoed this DIY and it has inspired you to create your own puffy snow and add some to your Winter craft projects.

Simple DIY Puffy Snow

DIY Puffy Snow

DIY Puffy Snow

Create your own diy puffy snow to add to your craft projects

Materials

  • 1/4 Cup Baking Soda
  • 1 Tbsp Acrylic Paint
  • 1 Tbsp Mod Podge
  • Glitter

Tools

  • Heat Gun or Hair Dryer
  • Paint Brush

Instructions

  1. Combine baking soda, mod podge and acrylic paint together and mix well
  2. If too thick, add just enough water to make it creamy or just a little less thick.
  3. Using a paint brush, apply puffy snow anywhere you want it to go on your craft project.
  4. Sprinkle glitter onto snow before the snow dries, giving it a pretty sparkle.
  5. Take a heat gun or hair dryer dryer and dry snow on hot setting. It should start to puff a little.
  6. Do not touch until it has completely dried all the way through.
  7. Enjoy your puffy snow!

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