Snowflake craft for birthday party

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It is for a one year old birthday party during the winter.
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 21, 2015
    heres one idea you may like www.hometalk.com/2586196/popsicle-stick-snowflakes
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Dec 21, 2015
    What a sweet theme for a first birthday! If I understand the birthday child is only one. S/he may enjoy something easy like putting snowflake stickers on a bright blue sheet of scrapbook paper and create a winter wonderland picture (something really easy and not messy).
  • Alice Boldin Alice Boldin on Dec 22, 2015
    Paint their hands with brown with crayola paint. Then put them on white paper and make reindeer antlers or just hand prints. Something for you to keep and they will love the gooey paint!
  • Abbie Eliker Abbie Eliker on Dec 22, 2015
    http://familycrafts.about.com/od/paintrecipes/a/Home-Made_Puffy_Paint.htm Add glitter and you can also use snowflake stencils to create pattern
  • Linda R Linda R on Dec 22, 2015
    I would cut a bunch of paper snowflakes and hang them from the ceiling on fishing wire. The small 3M peel and sticks will hold them and no mess taking them down. Put one to three on each string and it will be snowing in AL for their birthday. I made about 200 for my husbands special ed. class room. They had them up all winter. Some fun!!!!
  • Denise Denise on Dec 22, 2015
    If you have baby food jars make snow globes. Glue trees etc on the tops, bottom.I use the 6000 glue, you could do ahead of time. The kids add white glitter and water with a few drops of glyserin, found in the Wilton section of craft stores. Put top on add ribbon. Kids live it
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Dec 22, 2015
    Here are two more thoughts for gifts for the Mom and Grandmas...full details are on my HomeTalk profile page. May be too involved for a baby birthday party but cute keepsakes of the wintertime first birthday itself! Best Wishes and Happy Birthday!
  • DORLIS DORLIS on Dec 22, 2015
    Saw this on pinterest the other day. You use block letters to print their names on a snowflake, making sure all letters are connected. You fold the paper as for any snowflake and also make sure all letters touch the top and bottom folds.
  • Shirleyjkoop@ yahoo.com Shirleyjkoop@ yahoo.com on Dec 24, 2015
    Thank you so much for all your great ideas!
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