Here's another week of the Winter Bazaar, where you learn all my secret ideas for surviving an Alaskan winter. You're welcome to join in by leaving the link to your own idea below and linking back to Scribbit to spread the word.
You may have already seen these before--but they were new to me a year ago so I'm taking a gamble that there are still a few of you who may not have been enlightened on how to make the world's best snowballs.
This Flexible Snowball Maker, available in many places but this one's from Amazon, comes in fun bright colors (good for finding in a snow storm) and is an absolute necessity when trying to win a snowball fight. The scooping action makes snowballs a breeze and makes creating snowy ammunition fast enough to guarantee a victory. My kids have used it and will add their own testimonials to the Power of the Scoop.
Now if you don't have snow around I'm not so sure you'd need one--sand balls just don't seem as exciting as snowballs now do they? Maybe to make a pile of mash potato balls? Potato salad balls? Jello balls? Hmmmm . . . . WWMD? (What Would Martha Do?)
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