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taped resident winter tree

Today it is cold here in PA and even though we have no snow we decided to do a snowy winter picture. To make this easy idea first you use tape to make a tree on the paper then you use paint to paint the whole paper, even over the tape. You can then add glitter if you would like. Once done remove the tape (it is easier to do so while the paint is wet), and finished!
You could continue this craft and let your kid/kids add sticker, fabric, or maybe some felt. We did add some fabric to ours when we were done. Either way just remember to have fun!


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