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Torn-Paper Snow Pictures


You can make a snowy winter landscape using just torn paper. For this craft, you will need:

  • (1) piece of blue or black construction paper
  • (1) piece of white construction paper
  • several scraps of colored construction paper, all colors

To begin, tear the white piece of construction paper in half lengthwise. Paste one half on the black construction paper as the "ground." Tear the other half into small pieces to create "snow." Paste a few pieces of snow onto the black construction paper.

All of the other things in the picture must also be torn. Tear the colored scraps of paper into geometric shapes (circles, squares, triangles, etc.) and use them to make objects like a snowman, accessories for your snowman, and a tree. Glue your pieces onto the black construction paper.

Add the rest of your "snow" and enjoy your wintry creation!

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