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Make your own snowballs!

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The wintery weather has arrived, so why not make your own snowballs before the real stuff gets here?

They’re perfect for throwing at your family and mates as they’re super soft and can’t cause too much damage - just be careful when throwing them around the house of course!

What you’ll need:

  • Fluffy wool/yarn - we used white and blue colours so it looks like real snow
  • Scissors
  • Cardboard - box type card rather than paper card.
  • A cup and a 2p piece
  • Pencil

What to do:

  1. If you're not sure how to make a Pom Pom, check out our 'how to' guide here.
  2. TA DAH - you now have your Pom Pom! Give it a bit of a fluff to make sure it all falls into shape and if you have any loose or long ends, just tidy them up with the scissors.
Now repeat the above steps as many times as you like until your have a bundle of snowballs. You don’t have to cut out your cardboard shapes each time - you can re-use your original ones until they get too worn out.

Once you have all your snowballs, you can start your big SNOWBALL FIGHT!


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