Snow Graffiti

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Introduction: Snow Graffiti

About: i am a free thinking Experience Designer. Also a part of a Maker trio ForReal Team - http://www.forrealteam.com/


well,
everybody knows that there is no christmas like snow christmas,
if you really take a step back and look at all of that fluffy white terrain you can start to see it as just one huge canvas.

the advantages are obvious -
an unlimited diverse space to paint on
soon enough (sooner then you might think) it all goes away
since everything is white whatever you do will pop out
you can kinda go wild though actually not doing anything truly 'wrong'
its cool :)



Step 1: So Where Do We Start ?


well i am almost embarrassed to say but here goes.
you will need :
spray paint
snow

if you really wanna go hardcore:
cardboard
pencil
scissors

Step 2: Here Goes Nothing

well, sometimes actions speak louder then words -




Step 3: Going Pro

in any other less festive day then christmas you might consider taking things more seriously
you can use cardboard to make a stencil and create amazing graphics yo
who knows, u might even wanna put a message out there....



Step 4: Happy Holidays

and the best news,
you can keep on practicing every year all over again !!!
aint life grand ?!

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    I think if I saw someone spray painting the snow on my car regardless if there was snow or not, there would be a very tense conversation to which afterwards they may find the spray can inserted somewhere safe away from the snow, my car and sunlight

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    You Sir, made my day ^^ :) True words...!

    we used to use spray bottles and water food coloring for the snow

    Why not make it eco-friendly with a spray bottle with food colouring.

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    This is exactly what I was thinking when I saw this. He should use organic dyes and not using oil based paint that can be harmful to ocean and ground life.

    Also you might accidentally vandalize someone's car spray painting the snow on it.