In this instructable I will show you how to make an artificial snow.It is fun, easy to make ,looks like a real, feel cool to the touch , last for few days and non-toxic(doesn't mean that you can eat it). For the person who live in a country that doesn't have a snow, try to make some!!

Step 1: THE Resources

First, you need to gather some things to make fake snow. You could find these things at your house

*sodium polyacrylate (you could find it in a disposable diapers)
*some water

Then, by using a scissor carefuly cut the outer layer of the diaper. You might found somethings that looks like a cotton, thats the sodium!!Now read the next step.
is it only avalible in diapers? this is very cool and want to make it!
correction up can also find it in pads ampons ETC
 yeah, how ever there is some store that that sell 'fake snow powder' you just need to mix it with water and viola! you get snow that wouldn't melt
Some hobby chains in the US sell it in their Science section in a fake test tube. I believe it's the same thing. I also believe it's called &quot;fake snow&quot;. <br /> <br /> <br />
&nbsp;yes. but I believe that it has been grind into fine powder so that it will be more&nbsp;realistic&nbsp;
Yellow snow. Mm..<br />
&nbsp;you mean a snow that is contaminated with urine?? XD lol&nbsp;
Fake snow cones? &gt;&gt;<br />
&nbsp;??? what is that???
Yeah, you totally don't live in a snow-related area.
Lol <br>
but I want it to melt.it will seem more reel
&nbsp;sodium polyacrylate does melt, but at temperature about 600c+!! XD that will become very hot snow!! lol
cooollll..... i got to try this.. :)<br />
&nbsp;is it the thing in the cupboard de-humidifiers?
&nbsp;no, that is calcium chloride. but the sodium polyacrylate you can found in babies&nbsp;diaper( the&nbsp;new one of&nbsp;coarse)&nbsp;. just tear the thin fabric&nbsp;and you'll found it . if you mix it with the right amount of water, it will be exactly like a real snow. the good thing is, it would not melt!!
Two points; First, are those images of your project, or googled? Second, sodium polyacrylate does not biodegrade, so you need to add a note to clear it all up and dispose of it properly later.
yes, it is from google,sorry for the mistaked..
No need to be sorry, just do it for real and take photos this time.<br/><br/><sub>(Unless you pinched the whole idea from the internet and have never actually done it? In which case, the most honest thing to do would be to unpublish the project (not delete) until you have done it for real, and you can give more useful tips)</sub><br/>
yes, I've did it and it works..
very cool!

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