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That was the first snow I got, I mixed it with white glue and a bit of water, to give it whipped cream texture, then applied - after it hardened, I then did some very thin glazes of a blue-turquoise in the deepest creases, to give it some depth, and hi lighting a few tip areas with white. But didn't paint it all over.

I found the texture kind of plain....like white sand. So I went and got a fluffier snow, which I now dust on top before the the glue sets to give a fresh snow look. Then even got some glass shards that I sprinkle very sparingly to give a icy look to some areas.

But that is when I'm doing a piece only for display.

If I was playing with it, I think just the first technique would be hardier?

My two cents...

These are my snow products for now....

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