HELP! PLEASE!

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  1. clld2tch

    clld2tch Rookie

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    Mar 12, 2010

    Hi everyone!

    I wanted to make puffy clouds for our weather unit but I can't remember how! I thought that if I used shaving cream it would dry and be puffy. Needless to say, that didn't happen. So I tried, whipped cream and that doesn't seem to work either. I KNOW I remember using something like this to make a puffy effect with the kids paintings but I can NOT remember what it is! Does anybody know something like this that dries hard? Please tell me I'm not crazy!!!:eek:

    (Phew!)

    Thanks!:)
     
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  3. punchinello

    punchinello Comrade

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    I think you just have to add a little glue to the shaving cream. That might make it hold a shape better.
    Good luck!
     
  4. kidsalot

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    Equal parts shaving cream and glue. We made snowmen using this mix and they really puffed up.
     
  5. zoey'smom

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    This is how we make our clouds too. We use is it with the book It Looks Like Spilt Milk.
     
  6. teach24iam

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    Yes...shaving cream and glue work in equal parts... I do this EVERY winter for snowmen, and works wonderfully when just spooned on into the circles!
     

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