Instructables: exploring - outside - snow - sculpture - featured Sun, 2 Aug 2015 03:28:53 PDT BLOX v1.01 Easy ice sculpture - for kids of all ages
Easy ice sculpture - for kids of all ages - More DIY How To Projects]]> boomfiziks This is an easy and fun activity for the whole family, especially when the temperatures get's really cold.  You may find your children will be spending more time outside arranging, rearranging, and adding on to their ice sculpture. Caution:  Please keep an eye on young children and limit their time...
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Mon, 5 Mar 2012 20:53:22 PST
Snow Sculpture
Snow Sculpture - More DIY How To Projects]]> Geni-us Everyone has seen this iconic landmark:  It's bold, fun, and catches attention.   So after a whole lot of snow was dumped in my hometown, I decided to make my own statement!  Snowmen are too mainstream, igloos blend into the landscape too mu...
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Sun, 4 Mar 2012 14:29:25 PST
Build a 6'8" Lighted Statue of Liberty Made of Snow
Build a 6'8" Lighted Statue of Liberty Made of Snow - More DIY How To Projects]]> mcmuffin95 Ever wanted to make a snow sculpture, but thought it would be too hard? Well with this instructable; I will show you how to turn some snow, a strand of Christmas lights, and about three hours of work into a great looking Statue of Liberty. As I said, this took me about three hours to make alone. It...
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Sat, 3 Mar 2012 17:09:04 PST
Mini Cooper "Snow" keano_O I aimed big, a full size mini cooper. This being a floor area of roughly 10ft x 5ft (owning a real one makes this easier to check ^_^ ). However, I soon realised this was a bit too far, so I compromised on a roughly 3/4 sized mini. With only about 10cm of snowfall I needed to transport snow from el...
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Fri, 17 Feb 2012 12:55:01 PST
Sculpt a "Snofa"
Sculpt a "Snofa" - More DIY How To Projects]]> Z.Backas I started this project after I saw the instructable about a Snow Hand from PenfoldPlant, but didn't think the snow I had would support such a tall structure. A friend of mine had mentioned that she wanted to build snow furniture when we learned about the impending snow blizzard in the midwest, and t...
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Thu, 10 Feb 2011 18:50:54 PST
Polar Cola Bear! mekoolu clean snow right off the plant is a perfect blank medium. but muddy dirty snow?! what do you do!  why, make a bottle icy coke of course this polar bear sits right across the snow elephant
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Mon, 7 Feb 2011 13:49:04 PST
STAR WARS IN THE SNOW mcanderson76 I LOVE building with snow! It is one of the most forgiving media I know and when it's just right you can build almost anything. On the other hand it can also be very tricky, If it's too cold nothing packs (as with the Dewback/Stormtrooper combo we were forced to create packable snow by adding the pu...
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Sun, 9 Jan 2011 21:42:29 PST
Snow Hand
Snow Hand - More DIY How To Projects]]> PenfoldPlant Built in London during a rare bout of heavy snow, this snow sculpture was a one-man effort that took roughly six hours to complete. It was built entirely out of snow, without any internal supports. No tools were used except for a small chair a passerby lent me so that I could reach the fingernails ...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 13:26:17 PST
SpongeBob SquarePants Snow Sculpture in Color one-lightbulb Sorry but I have no Pics of the building process itself.  The colors I used, are watercolors. I disolved the colors in water and put it into a spray bottle. That makes it very easy to paint. The reason I used watercolor is simple, if the snow melt all the colors will be gone. You can use spray cans...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 08:06:16 PST
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> iminthebathroom This is my first carving with the snow saw, it can be found here on instructables.  It took about an hour to cart away the excess snow that I had to dig away with the shovel, then out came the saw.  An hour later and the basic shape was complete.  Then on new years day I added the wheels and some de...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 00:22:08 PST