Puffy Heart Sensory Art using Shaving Cream

Puffy Heart Sensory Art using Shaving Cream is one of the easiest process art for valentines day! This sensory art using having cream can get a bit messy but its’s super fun. Create the cutest puffy hearts for Valentine’s Day with this sensory process art activity!  The result will be a happily puffy heart design! Check out these cool 30+ Valentine’s day Crafts for kids

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Puffy Heart Sensory Art for Valentines Day

In general, shaving cream activities provide a sensory experience that improves the small hands and fingers of our toddlers. Additionally, you can mix it with other materials to create various textures. Puffy Heart Sensory Art using Shaving Cream is one of my favorites for the season of love!

Supplied Needed:

So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!Shaving creamconstruction paper
paintschool glueclothespinpom pom 

How to make Puffy Heart Sensory Art 

All you need is shaving cream, paint, school glue, a clothespin, and a pom-pom to start creating. To start, mix a small amount of school glue with shaving cream and paint, then mix. Take your clothespin pinching a pom-pom and create a heart-like design. If your heart shape isn’t quite “puffy” enough, continue to add shaving cream and paint.

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