“Making Snow with Just 2 Ingredients ❄️”

Imagine fluffy snowballs, frosty windowpanes, and the blissful chill of winter, all without stepping outside! It’s possible with this magical activity: creating snow with only baking soda and conditioner!

That’s right, using these two common household items, you can whip up a batch of soft, cool, moldable snow that’s perfect for sensory play, winter decorations, or even a playful snowball fight. ⛄️

Ready to bring the magic of winter indoors?


  • 2 cups baking soda
  • 1/2 cup white hair conditioner
  • Bowl or Tray (find it in the Happy Box 😊)


Gather your ingredients: Pour the baking soda into the large bowl. Imagine it’s a fresh blanket of snow waiting to be transformed!

Add the conditioner: Slowly drizzle the conditioner over the baking soda, a little at a time. Start with 1/2 cup and mix well with a fork or whisk.

Mix it up: Keep adding conditioner and mixing until the mixture reaches a cool, moldable consistency. It should hold its shape when squeezed but crumble slightly when touched. Think fresh, packable snow!

Get creative:

Time for the fun part! Mold the snow into snowmen, snowballs, or any wintry shape your heart desires. Sprinkle in some glitter, sequins, or mini pom-poms for extra sparkle and texture.

Play and enjoy: Build a mini snowscape, decorate your room with snowy hills and drifts, or have an epic indoor snowball fight (remember to be gentle!). Let your imagination run wild!


  • Use white conditioner for the most realistic snow effect.
  • If the snow feels too wet, add a little more baking soda. If it’s too dry, add a touch more conditioner.
  • Store your leftover snow in an airtight container in the refrigerator. It will last for a few days, but the texture might change slightly.

This snow is safe for sensory play, but always supervise young children as they explore.

With this simple recipe, you can bring the magic of winter indoors anytime! So grab your baking soda and conditioner, and get ready to create a wonderland of your own. ❄️

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I hope these ideas inspire you to create your own snow at home! 😊

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