Snowy Day Adventures: Tie Dye Snowangels

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Sometimes all it takes is a little twist on a classic to make it new and exciting again.

Take snowangels.  Great fun for kids, but after you make a couple, the fun can quickly fade.  That is, until you spice it up a bit by tie dying them.  Yes, today we’re going to tie dye our snowangles!

If you read last weeks post about snow graffiti, you’re already familiar with this technique.



Spray bottles

Food Coloring

Start out by lying down and making a snow angel.  Next, fill up your spray bottles with water and 15-20 drops of food coloring.  We use any color but yellow (since we want our kids to stay away from yellow snow…).  The more food coloring you put in, the brighter your “paint” will be.

Head out to your snow angel and start spraying.  Experiment with a variety of designs and shapes until you get the look that you like.  For a great tie de effect use lots of colors.

What kind of great snowangels can you make?  Send us all your great pictures so we can share them too!



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