Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!

I mentioned in my last post that we recently celebrated Christmas in July.  This is always a fun few days for us as we get all of our favorite Christmas movies out, do lots of crafts, and hang out as a family.  Hubby tries to take a couple of days off work so we can really celebrate in style.

Anytime an excuse to celebrate, craft, or bake comes up I love to jump on Pinterest and see what’s new.  This year I discovered Play Snow. We decided to try it out this ‘Christmas’ and it was a hit with both of the kids!  I have also been really impressed with how well it stores in an airtight container!  We made it on the 25th July and it is still going strong.  If it dries out a little bit, just add a little more conditioner!

It’s cool to the touch, firm enough to build a snow man and smells divine!

As a bonus, if you do drop a little on the floor, it’s no big deal.  It is pretty much a ready made carpet freshener as it only consists of baking soda and conditioner.  Just vacuum it up.


26 Comments Add yours

  1. dawnlizjones says:

    Sending this out to my two-year-granddaughter in southern Cal. Awesome!

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    1. Great, hope she likes it! Our Lil Miss is 2 and she thinks it is so much fun! 😊

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  2. Play snow, what a cool concept. ^_^

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    1. It’s so much fun!!! 😊

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      1. It looks it! ^_^

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  3. Jenn Moss says:

    Fun! I need to try this with my nieces. 🙂

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    1. Awesome, let us know how you get on. I was so pleased with how easy it is!

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  4. judyjourneys says:

    Thanks. I passed it on to my children from their children.

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    1. No problem! Hope they enjoy it! 😊

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  5. Eugenia says:

    This looks like a lot of fun.

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  6. Well, we live half the year with snow, but I still
    gotta say that sounds like pretty cool stuff! 🙂 ♥ ❤

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    1. We don’t get any here!! We can travel a few hours and get to it but our winter consists mostly of rain. This was a good substitute for now. 😉

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      1. Yup, good clean fun without the cold or long drive! We used to live in a region where winters were overcast/rainy. Now we live where winters are snowy/ferocious, yet mostly sunny 🙂 ♥ ❤

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  7. vlmrhm says:

    What a wonderful idea. So much learning and fun all rolled into one.

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    1. Yes! My favorite way to learn – fun!! 😊

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  9. Soul Gifts says:

    Wow, I wish we’d known about that when our kids were little and we did Christmas in July !

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    1. I have been so impressed with this ‘fake snow!’ It’s still going strong a month later…

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  10. survivingbutterfly says:

    Wow! I’ve never seen that before. I need to find out how to make that! 😄


    1. It’s really neat and so easy! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did! 🙂

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