Happy Holidays, xox ella. Yes, baking soda will work great.
I used one full can of shaving cream, plus a small amount of another can, but this will depend on the size of the can that you use. My kids were so enchanted with their cold, fresh-smelling snow, and to be honest, so was I. Share 5.
Is the baking soda option safe for children to be around? How cool is this! Leave a comment... And a smart little girl. If anyone knows how long this will last please let me know.
You want to use the white fluffy shaving cream not the gel kind. I was into play too. Hi Emily! If you give it a try, be sure to leave a comment and let me know how it went. No snow on Christmas? Here are 3 eco-friendly DIY recipes to make artificial snow in less than 3 minutes from ingredients you already have at home: Especially the little one, who has never seen and experienced snow before.DIY Instant Snow! 3 Fake Snow DIYs TESTED!
Then the children can compare them. Add more shaving cream, mix, and repeat, until the mixture is the consistency of snow. Join in!
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Do you know if this works for cloud slime? If using spray bottles simply spray them onto the snow. I wonder if you could find a company that could cover your whole yard with this stuff. Who knew you could have so much fun with snow! Thanks for sharing though.