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Snow Flakes out of Q-tips! My 5 year old concentrated and loved iit for 45 minutes! They break when you fold them, so no scissors either.
Qtip Snowflake Shape. Then Spray paint blue, white and sparkle! Put them on the wall for very cute accents to decorations!
We all have Q-tips on hand. They can be cut and arranged to make beautiful snowflakes and they provide a great lesson about how God makes everyone d
Here’s an easy winter craft idea for kids from @LovelyIndeed. All you need is Q-tips cotton swabs, scissors, and hot glue. Q-tips cotton swabs have a flexible stick so they’re strong enough to hang from a tree or frosted windowpane.