A full moon loses its intensity during an evening snow fall. Peaceful, tranquil, and possibly even chilly, are all words that could be used to describe this winter scene. I used oil pastels and white chalk on black construction paper for this project. Of course I had to use a little glitter too—-but it looks great. This project, “Moonlit Snow Flurries,” is listed in the Christmas Projects Gallery in the sidebar. Try this, it really is pretty and easy.
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